- 9 Awesome Horror Anthologies
- On Stephen King Adaptations
- Genre Nostalgia
- Batman Speaks
- Inside The Exorcist TV Series
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Anthologies have always been a staple of the horror genre. Coming Soon’s Chris Alexander takes a look at nine of the best.
There have been a fair few King adaptations over the years, with a variety of critical responses. With more coming soon—namely Cell, The Dark Tower and It—Bloody Disgusting’s Luiz H C discusses King’s work on the big and small screen.
Arrow In The Head’s Jimmy O discusses why nostalgia is a good thing when it comes to the horror genre.
With the release of Batman: The Killing Joke, Starbursts Joel Harley talks to the man who has voiced Batman for the last quarter of a century, Kevin Conroy.
The Exorcist is hitting our television imminently. Empire’s Ed Gross takes a look behind the scenes at the latest film to television series adaptation.
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