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
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.
Full Bleed: The Comics & Culture Quarterly Volume 1 was announced and crowd-funded last year via Kickstarter – and it’s been an eagerly anticipated release ever since.
Castle Rock, the upcoming Hulu series based on the semi-fictional world from Stephen King’s fiction, has a new teaser trailer.
Last year’s adaptation of Stephen King’s classic 1986 massive horror novel IT proved to be a huge draw for horror fans. The film grossed $700 million worldwide, the biggest horror … Continue reading Pennywise comes home: ‘IT’ on Blu-ray reviewed
Nic Cage, Stephen King, and Josh Boone are all on the list for The Week In Horror.
Andy Burns’ ‘Faves of 2017’ includes TV, movies, and comics.
Stephen King talks ‘The Dark Tower,’ news on an ‘IT’ Director’s Cut, and more, as we look at some of the biggest stories from the week in horror.
2017 will go down as a massive year for the king of horror, Stephen King. A bestselling novel (Sleeping Beauties), multiples television shows (The Mist, Mr. Mercedes), film adaptations on … Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Enter the Stephen King Universe with Creepshow and The Dark Tower: The Art of the Film
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
To celebrate Stephen King’s 70th birthday, the writers of Biff Bam Pop! have banded together to share our favourite books from King’s catalogue, and say thank you to the man for all the nightmares.
It’s so nice to be wrong sometimes. This weekend was absolutely massive at the box office, as one new release over-performed in the biggest of ways. Here’s what went down: