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- Robert Englund, A Nightmare on Elm Street‘s original Freddy Kreuger, to present True Terror, on Travel Channel
- Zach D’amico of Rough Cut Cinema writes a guest post for the Washington Post arguing for horror to be given more chances in the academy awards
- The Ladies of Horror Fiction have a fascinating feature article on the female ghosts of J-Horror
- Christoph Paul of Clash Books writes a guest post for LitReactor on the magic he witnessed in Brian Keene’s bedroom
- Alyson Faye talks to Alison Littlewood for Kendall Reviews about her new novel, Mistletoe, and more
Robert Englund, A Nightmare on Elm Street‘s original Freddy Kreuger, to present True Terror, on Travel Channel
First announced during 2019, Travel Channel’s new six-part documentary series True Terror, presented by the original Freddy Kreuger, Robert Englund, has been fleshed out with more details. It looks to be a compelling series focussing on the most horrific of true crime cases.
Zach D’amico of Rough Cut Cinema writes a guest post for the Washington Post arguing for horror to be given more chances in the academy awards
After another list of award season nominations in which horrors big hitters have been overlooked, Zach D’Amico of Rough Cut Cinema writes a guest post for the Washington Post on just why this taboo is so important to overcome, particularly for female actors.
In this feature article on the female ghosts of J-Horror, The Ladies of Horror Fiction delve into Japanese horror movies. Yet the stories and themes contained within are also incredibly relevant to Japanese horror storytelling in literature.
Christoph Paul of Clash Books writes a guest post for LitReactor on the magic he witnessed in Brian Keene’s bedroom
Not the horror royalty erotica you might have been hoping for, but Cristoph Paul retells an anecdote from Brian Keene’s bedroom and explains how it gave him the shove he needed when his writing life was at a low ebb.
Alyson Faye caught up with fellow writer Alison Littlewood at the UK Ghost Story festival at the end of 2019. Here, Kendall Reviews shares the interview which takes in Mistletoe, Littlewood’s new novel and much more.
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