Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week …
John F. D. Taff’s entire full-length back catalogue relaunched by Grey Matter Press
Ahead of the launch in 2018 of the third short story collection, Little Black Spots, from ‘The King of Pain,’ John F. D. Taff, Grey Matter Press have relaunched his two existing collections and novels, meaning that theirs is now the only place to find his work. Anyone looking to become better acquainted with the Bram Stoker Award nominated author need look no further than the Grey Matter Press website, here.
Found footage film Descent into Darkness available on digital download today
The French-made, English language film, Descent into Darkness, receives its digital download and VOD launch today. The tale of an Eastern European journalist travelling through Europe, seeking to make a film about ‘the European dream’ goes horribly wrong owing to bad decisions and worse luck. The result sends him on a spiral into madness. You can watch the film at the Roku found footage movie channel, here and the trailer is below.
The Women in Horror Film Festival prepares for 2018
After the roaring success that was the Women in Horror film festival 2017, the organising team is already preparing for next year’s event, coming in October. You can find full details of the program, including tickets, information about the venue and new awards to be added to this year’s roster here. The real reason for today’s mention though is that aspiring film makers can already start to submit their entries for next year’s festival. If you are an aspiring horror film director, click here.