Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week …
From Chris Kelso (The Dregs Trilogy), comes I Dream of Mirrors, a new transgressive sci-fi horror novel. Released by The Sinister Horror Company, the story starts with a man who is nameless, stateless and lacking in any definable personality or allegiance. And only the dead city of mirrors can provide any answers. With strong reviews already surfacing from a number of outlets, and with his work described by John Langan as akin to “broken glass and razor blades, barbed wire and gasoline,” this is a novel that no-one will want to miss. You can pre-order direct from The Sinister Horror company shop, where they will be sending out pre-orders early, to ensure they arrive on UK doorsteps in time for the 2 February launch. Delivery also available worldwide.
Horror/comedy podcast Return Home returns for a fourth season
Horror/comedy, Return Home, returns for its fourth season, reuniting ‘The Spooky Gang’ of Jonathan, Buddy and Ami, this time presenting them with their toughest foe to date, tears in the fabric of reality and a creature called the Never-Was, called into existence from the space between worlds. You can listen to Return Home, wherever you normally get your podcasts.
Following on from Amazon’s reinterpretation of Dario Argento’s seminal film, Suspiria, another of his most highly-regarded works, Opera is to receive the deluxe DVD and Blu-ray treatment. Released through Cult Films, this special edition will contain the film in a stunning, restored version, along with special features, including a candid interview with the visionary director himself, along with a featurette explaining the restoration process of the film. Opera was released on 21 January and you can get hold of your copy right now, here.