Crystal Lake Publishing have announced the release of a new book Stuck On You and Other Prime Cuts, by none other than This Is Horror’s own Jasper Bark. Although there is no release date yet, some of the fantastic artwork from Rob Moran should whet your appetite for Bark’s most filthy and depraved offering yet.
Check into the Bates Motel
Bates Motel will be released on Blu-Ray and DVD on 3 February in the UK. The series, which has already been renewed for a second season, shows the twisted family life of teenager Norman Bates in this origins story to the film Psycho.
Some Things Never Die…
The TV series based on Bram Stoker’s classic novel Dracula will be released on 10 February on DVD and Blu-Ray in the UK. The series, is currently being show on Sky Atlantic.
The Iron skies of February
Iron Sky: Dictator’s Cut will be shown in a special one off screening hosted by FrightFest on Saturday 1 February at the Prince Charles Cinema in Leicester Square. The film will be released as a special edition Steelbook version on 10 February. Tickets can be bought from the Prince Charles Cinema website.
Nunkie on tour
Fresh from his BBC television appearance over Christmas, Robert Lloyd Parry is still embarking on his UK tour performing M.R. James tales such as Oh, Whistle… and The Ash Tree. For full tour details head over to the Nunkie Theatre website.
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