Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week …
Recently touted as one of the new voices to watch out for in genre fiction, Matt Hayward’s debut novel, What do Monsters Fear? will be released through Post-Mortem Press this coming July. Featuring a voice over by horror writer Robert Ford, the trailer for the novel is available now. To stay up to date with the details, look at Matt’s website, here.
J. S. Breukelaar´s Aletheia available now from Crystal Lake Publishing
This week saw the much anticipated release of Aletheia from Crystal Lake Publishing. Written by J. S. Breukelaar (American Monster), Aletheia tells the story of a remote town where disappearances are connected to something which lives in the lake. The book has received praise from such leading lights as Paul Tremblay (Disappearance at Devilºs Rock) so should be one to look out for. We will of course bring you a review of the book on This is Horror in due course. You can find out more about it here.
The Autopsy of Jane Doe to receive one-night-only UK cinematic release tonight
Fright Fest UK will tonight bring André Øvredal´s The Autopsy of Jane Doe to more than sixty Picturehouse cinemas across the UK. In a one-night-only presentation, the film will be shown, along with a fifteen-minute Q & A with the director. The film has received a huge amount of good press, so if you are stuck for something to do this Friday evening, this could be just the ticket. You can find the full listings on the Picturehouses website, here.
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