Investigation of Paranormal Activity

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The Australian Paranormal Society (APS) is a not-for-profit paranormal research and investigation group based in Melbourne, Australia. Their main Internet presence is via their Facebook page, and they have a large following that is growing every day. The lead investigators are Bill and Amanda Tabone, and there are eight other investigators and a resident medium. …

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Look Out For… Written With My Left Hand by Nugent Barker and Dead Water

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Look Out For… Written With My Left Hand by Nugent Barker “Ghost stories equal to Walter de la Mare” Perhaps best known for two much admired tales, the evocative ghost story ‘Whessoe’ and the grimly humorous horror tour de force ‘Curious Adventure of Mr Bond’, Nugent Barker (1888-1955) remains something of an enigma. Although rated …

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5 Must Read Horror Articles 7 July 2014

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Welcome to Must Read Horror, the place to find the best horror articles of the week. Once again we’ve searched the internet for interesting and notable articles for your reading pleasure. This week: “Take Me to Your Bleeder”: The Monstrous Side of Aliens on Film The Top 10 Twilight Zone Episodes Survival Horror Is Alive …

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News Round-up Week Ending 04 July

No One Gets Out Alive

FrightFest line-up announced The full line-up for FrightFest 2014 has been announced. Big hitting films this year include Green Inferno by Eli Roth and Sin City: A Dame To Kill For from Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller. The line-up also includes The Guest, The Signal and Dead Snow 2: Red Vs. Dead. There is also …

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Power and influence (warner Hannibal spoilers inside)

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He puts his head back and closes his eyes, the final image of a fugitive Hannibal closes the second season of the namesake show, and what a powerful image to go out on. It demonstrates many major themes played out during the 13 episode arc that picked up with Will Graham wrongfully imprisoned and framed …

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Coming soon: The Visible Filth by Nathan Ballingrud

The Visible Filth by Nathan Ballingrud

We’re delighted to announce that later this year we’ll be publishing Nathan Ballingrud’s novella, The Visible Filth. This will be the final book in this year’s chapbook series. To secure a copy of The Visible Filth please take out an annual subscription to the This Is Horror chapbook series. The This Is Horror chapbook series officially ends with The …

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This Is Horror Podcast Episode 019: Looking back at Hannibal Season Two with Booked

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Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedIn this podcast we sit down with Robb Olson and Livius Nedin from the Booked Podcast and discuss Hannibal Season Two. If you head over to the This Is Horror website you’ll also see a slideshow of Mads Mikkelsen’s suits in Hannibal. Topics [02:10] Impressions of Season …

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Look Out For… Black Mountain by Simon Bestwick and Ceremony Of Flies by Kate Jonez

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Look Out For… Black Mountain by Simon Bestwick “ A mixture of old school episodic storytelling and modern techniques reminiscent of found-footage films.” “There’s a place, out in North Wales, where things have happened. Bad things, strange things. Dark things. At the heart of it there’s a mountain, and they call it Mynydd Du: Black …

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5 Must Read Horror Articles 30 June 2014

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Welcome to Must Read Horror. The internet has been scoured once again for the week’s best horror articles, and the results are in: A Brief History of Canadian Horror on Film The Art-Horror Film: Genius or Pretentious? 8-Bit Terror: Nintendo’s Horror Games That Inspired a Thriving Subgenre Love Horror’s Six Greatest Givers of Gore What …

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News Round-up Week Ending 27 June

Strange Gateways

FrightFest tickets available soon FrightFest tickets go on sale on Saturday 28 June. The tickets will be available in person from 10am at the Vue West End Cinema in Leicester Square, London. Tickets will also be available online and over the phone from noon onward for those that can’t make it in person. For full details …

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Less is More: ‘La Belle Dame sans Merci’ by John Keats

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This month, in the interest of doing something a bit different, I thought I’d look at a narrative poem instead of a short story. ‘La Belle Dame sans Merci’ was written by John Keats in 1819 and focuses on my favourite gothic staple, the femme fatale. You can read it here. It’s only twelve stanzas …

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Behind The Sound Interview: Kevin Riepl

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Composer Kevin Riepl will be best known to film fans as the man behind the excellent music to movies such as The Aggression Scale and Silent Night (both directed by Stephen C Miller) and Cabin Fever 3: Patient Zero (due out next month). He’s also an extremely successful composer of video game scores, and can …

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