- 1980s New Wave Songs Reimagined As Stephen King Book Covers
- The Joy Of Jason: Why Friday The 13th The Game Is So Much Fun
- Interview With Leo Hunt
- Writer’s Commentary: Ash Vs Army Of Darkness
- Video Tribute To Freddy Krueger Actors
Media artist Butcher Billy (who is worthy of inclusion on this list by his name alone) has reimagined several 1980s new wave songs as covers of books by Stephen King. You’ll never listen to these songs in the same way again.
Wicked Horror’s Nat Brehmer enthuses as to why the new Friday The 13th video game is the best thing to happen to the franchise for ages.
The Ginger Buts Of Horror’s Tony Jones talks to YA horror author Leo Hunt about his 13 Days Of Midnight trilogy.
Writers Chad Bowers and Chris Sims discuss creating Issue #0 of the recent Ash vs The Army Of Darkness comic book.
Did you know that apart from Jackie Earle Haley’s 2010 portrayal there have been no less than ten actors other than Robert Englund who have played Freddy? Now you do.
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