Look Out For… Devil’s Breath by Greg F. Gifune and Sisters Of The Revolution

Devils Breath

Look Out For… Devil’s Breath by Greg F. Gifune “Combines a fast-paced, high-stakes plot with a graceful and even darkly poetic style.” In a dying coastal town near Cape Cod, Stanley Falk lives a quiet and unassuming life as a dishwasher. A shell of what and who he once was, Stanley is a man with …

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Meet the Artist Interview: Richard Guy


Richard guy is a tattoo artist, specialising in black and grey work. You can find him on Instagram and Twitter as Richard Artist Guy. Talk us through your first tattoo and what inspired it? For my first tattoo, I had my initials across my stomach with stars between. The font was big, old English font …

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Book Review: Disintegration by Richard Thomas


“If this first installment is any indication about the quality of the series, then we feel it’s safe to say Thomas has a winner here.” Disintegration, by Richard Thomas (Transubstantiate, Staring Into The Abyss), asks us how far are we willing to go once we’ve lost everything that’s ever mattered in life. Those familiar with …

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TIH 048: Shaun Hutson on Monolith, Slugs, Defining Horror and 80s Horror

In this podcast we speak with Shaun Hutson about his latest novel, Monolith, the 80s horror scene, the definition of horror and more. About Shaun Hutson Born and brought up in Hertfordshire, Shaun Hutson now lives and writes in Buckinghamshire where he has lived since 1986. After being expelled from school, he worked at many jobs, including …

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5 Must Read Horror Articles 22 June 2015


Welcome to Must Read Horror. The internet has been scoured once again for the week’s best horror articles, and the results are in: The Horror World Remembers Christopher Lee In Defence of Horror: 5 Reasons to Scare Your Kids The Wicker Man: The Greatest British Horror Film How An X-Files Script Started a Successful Horror …

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Film Review: Stonehearst Asylum (2014)


“A somewhat disappointing misfire of poorly judged screenplay, badly timed twists, and missed opportunities.” When freshly graduated doctor, Edward Newgate arrives at the remote, snow bound Stonehearst Asylum on Christmas Eve of 1889 to take up a position working under Dr Salt, he finds that all is not as he expected – Dr Salt has …

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News Round-up Week Ending 19 June

American Gods

Get ready to meet Meg Reports are circulating that Eli Roth has signed on to direct Meg, the big screen adaptation of Steve Altern’s New York Times bestselling novel Meg: A Novel of Deep Terror. After many false starts it looks like this crazy, massive shark project may finally be sticking its considerable fin above …

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The Cutting Room: Turbo Kid


In a post-apocalyptic parallel future of 1997, an orphaned teenager called The Kid scavenges the Wasteland searching for relics from a better time (the 80s). During one of his expeditions he meets Apple, a mysterious girl with a rather large secret. As their relationship deepens, they accidentally run afoul of Zeus, the self-proclaimed leader of …

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Obituary – Sir Christopher Lee

Sir Christopher Lee: May 27 1922–June 7 2015. How do you even start to do justice to Christopher Lee? His life, his career, and the scale of his personal and professional achievements are truly humbling. At six feet five inches, he was virtually a giant in physical terms; as an artist he was a literal …

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Injured Eyeballs: I Was Satan’s Slave to the Music


Horror fiction and heavy metal go together like a fist fuck and five star lube. Many horror fans have a weakness for doom laden power chords and a dark driving beat, and who can blame them given the things they read and watch. Everyone knows that the Dark Lord’s had all the heaviest tunes since …

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Look Out For… Little Girls by Ronald Malfi and The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror 2015


Look Out For… Little Girls by Ronald Malfi “Accelerates towards a relentless and twist-filled climax.” From Bram Stoker Award nominee Ronald Malfi comes a brilliantly chilling novel of childhood revisited, memories resurrected, and fears reborn… When Laurie was a little girl, she was forbidden to enter the room at the top of the stairs. It …

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Film Review: Tom Holland’s Twisted Tales (2015)


“There’s certainly potential here.” First things first: this isn’t a movie. Oh, it looks like one and it’s packaged to appear as a new anthology film, but it’s not except in the sense that someone’s pasted all the episodes of the web series Twisted Tales into one longer piece of film. True anthology films have …

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