Clive Barker's The Scarlet Gospels

Book Review – Clive Barker’s The Scarlet Gospels

The wait is finally over for fans who have been wanting to read Clive Barker's long-awaited pairing of two of the most popular characters from his works. The Scarlet Gospels...

Five Horror Novelizations worth a Closer Look

A now dying art for fans of the horror genre, the novelization once enhanced the experience for the carnage obsessed bookworm. Arguably a way for the filmmakers to further cash...
Book cover for The Killing Lessons by Saul Black

Book Review – The Killing Lessons by Saul Black

The Halloween season is just around the corner, and most horror fans will probably be revisiting their favorite films to celebrate. But why not change things up this year...
Satanic Panic

Book Review: Satanic Panic: Pop Culture Paranoia in the 1980s

Satanic Panic is a newly released reference book from FAB Press on one of the most interesting crazes in American history. This is an amazing resource on the cultural...
Going to Pieces

Seven Horror Reference Books Every Fan Should Read

There’s a great point during the process of becoming a horror movie fan where you begin to get this urge to see everything. Whatever you hear about, you want...
The Fury reissue book cover larger

Book Review – The Fury by John Farris

Horror fans will most likely know the story of The Fury through Brian DePalma's 1978 film adaptation. Released just two years after his other classic movie about teens with...
Graphic from book trailer for Stephen King's Revival

Book Review – Stephen King’s Revival

Through the years, the work of Stephen King has spotlighted its share of religious characters. King's newest novel Revival, released November 2014, manages to take a much more mature...

Review: The Art of Prey HC Is A Must-have For Fans Of The Game...

The first-person narrative video game Prey was released last month as a re-envisioning of 2006's Prey. This 2017 version revolves around Morgan Yu, who explores a space station named...
Author Stephen King

Exploring the Top Five Unsung Stephen King Novels

In a recent article related to the upcoming release of Stephen King's new novel, Revival, a poll asked viewers to rank the top ten best King novels. I was not...
Powers of Darkness

Book Review: Powers of Darkness: The Lost Version of Dracula

Sometimes, as a Dracula nerd, you come across an amazing discovery. And the deeper you go into the lore and the history of the novel, it becomes harder and...
MEG - Oceanic Horror

Book Review – MEG: Nightstalkers by Steve Alten

Author Steve Alten's thrilling saga of ancient underwater beasts that began almost twenty years ago with MEG: A Novel of Deep Terror continues with this equally exciting fifth installment...
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Ten Indispensable Reference Books For the Horror Fan

Any self-respecting horror movie fan has a small library that they rely on to gather information about specific films or go to for recommendations—everything from back issues of Fangoria...
Sherlock Holmes and the Servants of Hell

Book Review: Sherlock Holmes and the Servants of Hell

Sherlock Holmes and the Servants of Hell has a concept so bizarre you wouldn’t think it could possibly work. What if Holmes, world’s greatest detective, faced off against Clive...
Book cover for A God in the Shed by J-F. Dubeau

Book Review – A God in the Shed by J-F. Dubeau

If you're looking for some summer reading that is both unsettlingly gory and a fascinating supernatural mystery, then you need to pick up A God in the Shed. It is...
An Unattractive Vampire

Book Review – An Unattractive Vampire is Witty and Engaging

An Unattractive Vampire is the tale of a centuries-old vampire named Yulric Bile, who is awakened after being trapped underground (in a house) for three-hundred years. He finds that...