Richard Chizmar has written a magical sequel to Gwendy’s Button Box, his collaboration with Stephen King set in Castle Rock.
‘Kids of the Black Hole,’ the new punksploitation horror anthology from St. Rooster Press, is an obscene finger gesture in a world of pageant waves.
This week we’re drifting back into the comics-adjacent territory that I’m so very fond of and taking a look at a book…about comics!
With the entire anthology series being relaunched by Riverdale Avenue Press, this is a great time to read ‘Borderlands Volume One.’
‘Teen Movie Hell’ is an encyclopedic look at the sub-genre of teen sex comedies from the 60s to its apex in the 80s and 90s.
Film fests crank up, Eibon Press pushes Fulci canon, one of Jason’s best outings turns 35, and a BBP regular releases a new book in ‘The Week in Horror.’
Author Andrea Towers discusses her new book, Geek Girls Don’t Cry: Real-Life Lessons From Fictional Female Characters, and her journey to publication.
In today’s 31 Days of Horror installment, we look at the enduring legacy of the vampire bunny Bunnicula, who’s been drinking the juices of vegetables for decades.
Would you like to win a Blu-ray of Disney’s A Wrinkle in Time. Sure you would! Here are the details to enter our A Wrinkle in Time giveaway.
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.
It’s a hard life when you have to look at a book highlighting a great Canadian artist, edited by one of your good friends, and written by another. Oh, woe is me, however will I manage to get through Ghoulish: The Art of Gary Pullin, written by April Snellings?
Pretty well, I can happily tell you.
We say hello to a new Halloween poster and goodbye to Ash vs. Evil Dead on this week’s installment of The Week in Horror.