Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week …
Corpse Cold, new short story collection by John Brhel and Joe Sullivan, out now
After a successful kickstarter which generated 968% of the original target, Cemetery Gates Media has just released a book of campfire-style spooky stories, Corpse Cold: New American Folklore. Inspired by the traditional spooky folk tales of Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark and Fear Street, the book contains thirty stories, co-written by John Brhel and Joe Sulllivan, lovingly illustrated by Chad Wehrle. You can pick up your own copy here.
New poetry collection, Sheet Music to my Acoustic Nightmare, by Bram Stoker Award-winning poet and author Stephanie Wytovich, out now
Released last week through Raw Dog Screaming Press, Bram Stoker Award-winner Stephanie Wytovich’s new poetry collection, Sheet Music to my Acoustic Nightmare is out now. According to the poet herself, the collection was inspired by road trips, sleeping in abandoned buildings, suicides and falling in love. With such inspiration, the collection features diverse themes and is available now, in time for the holidays. Get your copy here.
Original Michael Myers, Nick Castle, confirmed for the new 2018 Halloween release
Fans of the original Halloween films have already been making their excitement clear after hearing that Jamie Lee Curtis will be reprising her original role in 2018’s new Halloween release, not to mention the fact that John Carpenter is on board as executive producer, overseeing things. Imagine the excitement, then, as iHorror revealed this week that the original Michael Myers, Nick Castle, will be back in the mask for the new movie. You can read all the details, here.