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- Dread Central kick off pride month with a look at the growing influence of queer horror
- Bloody Disgusting look back at the Boogeyman trilogy of films from 2005 – 2008 ahead of the new adaptation
- Kendall Reviews end their Asian Heritage Month coverage with must read books from Asian writers
- Book Riot pick out twenty-four must-read non-fiction books for every horror fan
- The Ginger Nuts of Horror sit down with author Nathan Ballingrud to talk about his new novel The Strange and much more
Dread Central’s Mary Beth McAndrews considers the growing influence of queer horror in both film and fiction in this editorial to kick off Pride month.
Bloody Disgusting look back at the Boogeyman trilogy of films from 2005 – 2008 ahead of the new adaptation
With the new adaptation of the Stephen King story, ‘The Boogeyman,’ in cinemas now, Mike Holtz looks back at the 2005 – 2008 Boogeyman film trilogy in this article for Bloody Disgusting.
Kendall Reviews conclude their Asian Heritage Month coverage with a list of nine horror titles they consider must reads from Asian writers.
Writer K. W. Colyard shares this comprehensive list of twenty-four non-fiction books every horror fan should read, in this listicle for Book Riot.
The Ginger Nuts of Horror sit down with author Nathan Ballingrud to talk about his new novel The Strange and much more
Fresh from the release of his new novel, The Strange, author Nathan Ballingrud sits down with fellow writer Michael Botur in an interview for The Ginger Nuts of Horror.
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