The Leftscape Podcast: ‘Light at the End of the Election (Episode 23)’

The Leftscape Podcast is still reeling from the results of the midterm elections, but take time to talk to Andy Burns regarding his book about ‘The Stand.’

The Outsider

Tense, Timely and Thought-Provoking, ‘The Outsider’ is Prime Stephen King

Every time a new Stephen King novel hits shelves, I get excited. I just can’t help it. I’m a fan. And while I don’t think everything King writes is a classic, I can tell you that, for me, The Outsider is one of his most gripping page-turners. 

blumhouse

The Week In Horror: Horror on TV, Aja and Raimi + More

Swamp Thing series, Blumhouse on TV, Aja meets Raimi + more, all on this installment of The Week in Horror.

The Week In Horror: BPAL, ‘Robot Ninja’ Returns, ‘(S)He Never Died’ + More

Hello, freaks and fiends! This week in horror we get you smelling good in preparation for a couple of big releases. Plus, there’s some Henry Rollins related news! The essence … Continue reading The Week In Horror: BPAL, ‘Robot Ninja’ Returns, ‘(S)He Never Died’ + More

The Week In Horror: ‘True Detective,’ ‘C.H.U.D.,’ ‘The Rain,’ + More

This week, we’ve got ‘True Detective’ updates, casting news that isn’t casting news, something brewing in the sewers, flesh-munching at Netflix, and more Stephen King.

31 Days of Horror: Stephen King and Owen King live in Toronto recap

Thursday night, in front of 1,100 excited and devoted fans gathered in Toronto’s Koerner Hall, Stephen King and his son Owen King read from their new collaboration, Sleeping Beauties. Published … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Stephen King and Owen King live in Toronto recap

Untold Horror’s Dave Alexander on ‘It’, ‘Stranger Things’ and the Endless ’80s

Without It, we wouldn’t have Stranger Things, but without Stranger Things we wouldn’t have It – at least not quite the version of the film that hits theatres today. The Duffer Brothers, creators of Stranger Things, have … Continue reading Untold Horror’s Dave Alexander on ‘It’, ‘Stranger Things’ and the Endless ’80s