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- Bloody Disgusting look back at Hitchcock’s The Birds sixty years on
- Editors Kenneth W. Cain and Tim Meyer select companion films for their new anthology, Never Wake, at Horror DNA
- LitReactor pays tribute to author Agatha Christie as the inventor of the slasher on her birthday
- Dread Central take a close look at a new religious horror series from Brazil
- The Horror Tree interview writer Scott Leeds about new novel Schrader’s Chord and much more
Bloody Disgusting’s Brian Keiper revisits Hitchcock’s The Birds on its sixtieth anniversary and discovers its power remains undiminished.
Editors Kenneth W. Cain and Tim Meyer select companion films for their new anthology, Never Wake, at Horror DNA
With their new anthology, Never Wake, newly released through Crystal Lake Publishing, editors Kenneth W. Cain and Tim Meyer select ten companion films for Horror DNA readers to get a flavour of the stories.
Christopher Shultz, writing for LitReactor, celebrates the birthday of author Agatha Christie and celebrating her as the inventor of the slasher genre.
Dread Central’s Livia Reim takes a deep dive into Netflix series Invisible City and finds Brazil’s answer to religious horror.
Melody E. McIntyre sits down with Scott Leeds, author of Schrader’s Chord, to discuss the book and much more.
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