Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week …
Mark Lumby’s charity horror anthology, Dark Places Evil Faces confirmed to have raised more than £700 for Macmillan Cancer Care
A bit of good news this week from PS Publishing, advising us that, after production costs, the horror anthology, Dark Places Evil Faces, compiled by Mark Lumby has breached the £700 mark in charitable donations. What’s more, you can still get your copy right now. As we’ve com to expect from PS Publishing, the anthology is beautifully presented in a hard cover edition and is available on their website for £25, here.
A tale of a boy looking to escape a violent past, whose only form of assistance comes from a lone goatherd, Out in the Open is a tragic, human tale of a dystopian word that doesn’t seem to care. Barcelona-based Javi Rey has been signed up for illustration duties and the early preview cells look beautiful. The original novel was extremely well received, winning the European Union Prize for literature in 2016. This looks like one that fans of dystopian fiction and graphic novels should not miss, and you can pre-order your copy here.
BBC Supernatural drama, Requiem, heading to DVD 19 March
The acclaimed Requiem, from the team behind The Missing, will be arriving on DVD next week. Viewers who missed the show when it was first aired, or those who simply loved it and would like to watch it again, can pre-order their copy from all good stockists.
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