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- Lithub explain the similarities between writing and turning yourself into a werewolf
- Crime Reads look back at the second season of True Detective and ask if it was as bad as contemporary reviews suggested
- LitReactor consider the merits of book and film versions of Bones and All (Spoilers)
- Bloody Disgusting wonder why The Mummy endures, some ninety years after its initial release
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror sit down for a chat with author John Paul Fitch about Diabolique
Author Douglas Kearney explains the similarities between turning yourself into a werewolf and writing in this craft article for LitHub.
Crime Reads look back at the second season of True Detective and ask if it was as bad as contemporary reviews suggested
Writer Nick Kolakowski looks back at the ill-received second season of True Detective and considers whether it was as bad as contemporary views suggested, in this article for Crime Reads.
Writer Christopher Shultz, writing for LitReactor, takes a side-by-side look at the book and film of Bones and All.
Bloody Disgusting’s Brian Keiper looks back ninety years at the original release of The Mummy, and wonders what about it helps it to endure almost a century later.
The Ginger Nuts of Horror sit down with author John Paul Fitch to discuss his book Diabolique and much more.
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