News Round-up Week Ending 9 December 2016

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


Award winning zombie movie Hell is Full now available on Amazon

Written and directed by Steve Hodgkins, Hell is Full was included in Maxim’s ‘top 66 zombie movies you’ve never heard of’ and also won a Tabloid Witch Award for best screen play, is now available on Amazon in the UK, Germany and Japan. Shot on a micro-budget, the film is credited as one of the most creative zombie films out there and has acquired something of a cult following. Take a look at the trailer.

Beneath the Lake videocast to feature Where the Dead Go to Die authors


Crystal Lake Publishing have announced that their latest installment of the Beneath the Lake videocast will feature an interview with Mark Allan Gunnells and Aaron dries, authors of new release Where the dead Go to Die. As featured in last week’s This is Horror news, this is a title we are looking forward to. You can watch the videocast live at Crystal Lake’s Patreon or after it’s been recorded on the Beneath the Lake youtube channel.

Compilation of Garry Kilworth’s best short stories released

Garry-kilworthGarry Kilworth, whose myriad works of the short form fall into the many and various genres of horror, Sci-fi and fantasy has had a collection of his best short stories released. Entitled simply the Best Short Stories of Garry Kilworth, the collection features texts taken from over forty years of writing. Many of the stories in the book have been awarded or short listed and anyone interested in the bizarre would do well to take a look at it.










Universal Pictures release The Mummy reboot trailer

Universal pictures have released the first trailer of their latest reboot of The Mummy. Starring Tom Cruise (Mission Impossible) the film looks to have a darker veneer than the successful 90s franchise which featured Brendan Frasier and The Rock. Take a look at the trailer, below.





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