- How To Revive The Slasher Genre
- Pieces Of A Horror Writer
- Interview With Author Rena Mason
- Why Pet Sematary Still Doesn’t Get The Respect It Deserves
- Top Ten Horror Movie Schizophrenics
With the latest Friday 13th reboot cancelled, is the slasher film dead? Bloody Disgusting’s Zachary Paul offers his thoughts on how to revive the genre.
Every wonder why some writers choose to go down the dark and disturbing path? Author Lucas Penderson tells us about his journey to becoming a horror writer.
Continuing their Women In Horror Month interviews, the Horror Writers Association sits down with Bram Stoker Award winner Rena Mason.
Wicked Horror’s Nat Brehmer makes the case for Stephen King’s overlooked Pet Sematary to be given the recognition he believes it deserves.
With Split riding high at the box office, Arrow In The head’s Jake Dee offers up ten of the best horror film schizophrenics.
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