News Round-up Week Ending 2 June 2017

Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week …

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Lovecraftian fairy tale anthology out now from Crystal Lake

Twice Upon an Apocalypse is a Lovecraftian fairy tale collection, hot off the press from Crystal Lake Publishing. Edited by Rachel Kenley and Scott T Goudsward, the anthology features such classic fairy tales as ‘Jack the Giant Slayer’, ‘The Little Mermaid’ and more, all brought into the crushingly brutal reality of the Lovecraftian universe. Reviews for the collection so far have been overwhelmingly positive. You can find out more about it at Crystal Lake’s Facebook page, here. Or, if you need a copy right away, you can pick one up from Amazon, here.

pennywiseNew documentary on Stephen King’s IT running funding campaign

With the new film adaptation of Stephen King’s epic novel, IT, just around the corner, New England Media and Memory Coalition have put together a feature-length documentary, analysing the original mini-series in unprecedented levels of depth. The documentary features interviews with cast members, including the original Pennywise, Tim Curry, and many more, along with a variety of special features, never-before-seen photos and footage, etc. For the Stephen King completist, this looks like something of a must-have. Details on the fundraising campaign, including your chance to buy in and obtain a variety of perks, can be found here.

A night of Horror108 Media Corp want you to prepare for A Night of Horror

After premiering at the Night of Horror film festival in Sydney, 108 Media Corp have released the first previews of their upcoming horror short anthology, itself titled A Night of Horror. All genre tastes will seemingly be catered for within the ten tales, including vampires, zombies and more besides. The collection will be released on VOD this summer and the first trailer is waiting, below.


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