Ink on Ink: Jan Moat

We continue our Ink on Ink interview series with Jan Moat of Identity Tattoo Studio. Jan Moat Interview

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Ink on Ink: Simon Marshall-Jones

Let’s be honest, it was only a matter of time until our heavily tattooed columnist Simon Marshall-Jones made an appearance in our tattoo-centric Ink on Ink section. Simon Marshall-Jones Ink on Ink Interview

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Real life horror: Annette Bright and Charles Koschalk

This month BC Furtney’s Horror of Babylon is hard-hitting and very real. If you prefer your horror to remain in fiction, do not read any further… Horror of Babylon: February 2012

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Review: 11:22:63 by Stephen King

The plot of 11:22:63, the latest hernia-inducing tome from master storyteller Stephen King, is like a wire coat hanger – simple but effective. Upon this hangs a story that is like a magnificent velvet coat of many colours. As in the best of King’s novels the story can be summed up as a simple ‘What …

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Grimm Up North turns Japanese

Shogun Assassin

The organisers of the Grimm Up North film festival have announced the latest in their series of twice-monthly horror double bills. The next event entitled Samurai Splatter Double Bill will be held on 17 February 2012 and will feature Shogun Assassin and Baby Cart to Hades. Shogun Assassin has been banned, condemned and censored in …

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Snow forecast for the UK this spring!

Snowtown

March 2012 sees the release of gritty Australian horror film Snowtown. Available from Revolver Entertainment, the film has been described as harrowing and brutal by critics both here and in Australia. Based on a true event, Snowtown tells the compelling story of Australian serial killer John Bunting. Set in Adelaide in the 1990s, John Bunting …

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Review: The Mill by Mark West

Find out what we think to Mark West’s The Mill available now for less than £1/$1 on the Kindle. The Mill by Mark West reviewed  

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Greg Lamberson Interview: Part I

Jim Mcleod grills Greg Lamberson in the first part of our interview with the man who unleashed Slime City on the world. Interview: Greg Lamberson

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Meet The Writer: Weston Ochse

If you haven’t read Weston’s work you’re in for a treat. But first, why not read out Meet The Writer interview with him? Weston Ochse Interview

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Stephen Volk Interview – Part III

The third part in our Stephen Volk interview has landed. Stephen Volk Interview

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S.L. Grey Interviewed

Women in Horror Recognition month continues with S.L. Grey. Interview: S.L. Grey

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Last chance to win great prizes

Meet The Writer

Last year we told you that if you simply liked us on Facebook you could win horror prizes. We announced a preliminary list of prizes and promised we would announce the full line-up at a later date. Well friends, with January 31 now past the competition has closed and the final prizes are listed below. …

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Interview: Alison Littlewood

To celebrate Women in Horror Recognition Month, our very own Alan Kelly is interviewing two women within genre each week. First up this week is Alison Littlewood who has recently her debut A Cold Season. You may recall our review of A Cold Season a week ago. Alison Littlewood Interview

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The great e-book revolution (and why you should judge a book by its cover)

This month, Simon Marshall-Jones examines social media and the influx of e-books. Why you should judge a book by its cover

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Flash Fear: The End of February by Paul Meloy, Illustrated by Nick Gucker

The End of February by Paul Meloy Illustrated by Nick Gucker

It’s that time again! And what a fabulous flash fiction we have for you. Paul Meloy recently announced his collection Islington Crocodiles would be re-released by Bad Moon Books later this year, but for now we bring you The End of February, a brand new flash fear illustrated by Nick Gucker. The End of February …

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