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- Bloody Disgusting feature a piece in homage to the outstanding TV adaptation of Dan Simmons’ The Terror
- Kotaku ask why film adaptations of horror video games are almost always so terrible
- Gizmodo covers the accidental showing of upcoming horror movie Hereditary at a screening of Peter Rabbit
- At Most Fear have a brief history of Sci-fi horror this week
- Horror Tree feature an interview with Gehenna and Hinnom’s Charles P. Dunphey
Bloody Disgusting feature a piece in homage to the outstanding TV adaptation of Dan Simmons’ The Terror
Rafael Motamayor of Bloody Disgusting writes an excellent piece in praise of AMC’s TV adaptation of Dan Simmons’ The Terror. The article does contain a small number of historical spoilers for those who don’t yet no how the expedition panned out.
Kotaku’s Stacie Ponder traces the path of horror video games which have been adapted for the big screen and asks why they are almost always so badly put together.
Gizmodo covers the accidental showing of upcoming horror movie Hereditary at a screening of Peter Rabbit
Imagine being at a matinée performance of Peter Rabbit with your toddler and seeing the graphic trailer for what is billed as one of the scariest horror films in years. Gizmodo’s Matt Novak has the low down on exactly that happening at a cinema in Australia.
David A. Kirby of At Most Fear Entertainment has written a piece entitled ‘A Brief History of Horror Science Fiction Films.’ In it he talks about the origins of the ideas behind sci-fi horror and lists some classic films to check out.
Horror Tree’s Stuart Conover talks to Gehenna and Hinnom Publishing’s Charles P. Dunphey about the growth of the press and their weird and cosmic horror magazine Hinnom. The interview includes some exclusive announcements.
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