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- Entertainment Weekly feature an excerpt from Jordan Peele’s interview with Ari Aster in Fangoria Volume Four
- Gizmodo pick out thirteen female antagonists to scare you to death
- Polygon trace the story of Godzilla back to its radioactive origins and draw parallels with HBO’s outstanding Chernobyl
- Book Riot features eight of this year’s scariest horror fiction releases
- Kendall Reviews talk to weird fiction author Micah Castle
Entertainment Weekly feature an excerpt from Jordan Peele’s interview with Ari Aster in Fangoria Volume Four
Entertainment Weekly features a preview of the interview Jordan Peele conducted with Ari Aster for Fangoria Volume four. Judging by the exchanges between the two directors both the new issue of Fangoria and Midsommar are things we should all be excited about.
Cheryll Eddy of Gizmodo is tired of stereotypical male antagonists, so she has delved into the horror archives to choose thirteen of the most terrifying female villains.
Polygon trace the story of Godzilla back to its radioactive origins and draw parallels with HBO’s outstanding Chernobyl
Polygon’s James Grebey writes a thoughtful piece looking at the post-war evolution of Godzilla as personification (monsterification?) of radiation until its more casual, thrill-seeking guise of today and compare it with the very real danger of radiation confronted by HBO’s Chernobyl.
Sivana Reyes Lopez at Book Riot picks out eight of 2019’s scariest new horror fiction releases to ensure that you have sleepless nights.
Gavin Kendall talks to Micah Castle about his writing, his collections, including 2018’s The Abyss Beyond the Reflection and much more.
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