- Let The Right One In Showrunner Discuss The Pilot
- The Secret Of Long Lasting Horror Fiction
- Daren Shan Discusses Rebranding Himself
- Fede Alavrez And Sam Raimi Talk Don’t Breathe Sequel
- Gremlins Soundtrack Album Packaging reacts To Water
Showrunner’s Jeff Davis discusses the upcoming pilot for the Let The Right One In television series.
Ryan Sales at Dead End Follies discusses the secret of long lasting horror fiction.
Ginger Nuts of Horror’s Tony Jones talks to bestselling author Daren Shan about rebranding himself as Darren Dash.
After the surprise success of Don’t Breathe, director Fede Alavrez and producer Sam Raimi talk about their idea for the sequel.
Not a must read as such to wrap up this week, but something that This Is Horror readers will no doubt enjoy – the upcoming Mondo release of Jerry Goldsmith’s score for the Gremlins films proves that Mogwais are not the only things that react with water.
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