Actor Ron Perlman dished about Guillermo Del Toro’s unrealized Hellboy finale at Ottawa ComicCon on Saturday.
Jordan Peele’s follow-up to Get Out is a far weirder horror opus.
Raising the dead rarely ends well. That’s the message I got from Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer’s grisly take on Pet Sematary.
Marianas Trench tell a dancefloor-friendly ghost story on their latest record.
2018 saw a lot of impressive debuts on the small screen, including HBO’s black comedy Barry and several excellent horror offerings from Netflix. Several of my old faves, from cartoons to prestige dramas to zombie comedies, also returned with very strong seasons.
A lot of cool movies hit screens large and small this year, including the best Marvel movie yet, several inventive sci-fi flicks, and some truly freaky horror gems. Not to mention, a handful of excellent satirical period pieces by Armando Iannucci and the Coen Brothers.
Greetings, friends, and happy holidays!
Happy Halloween, fellow creatures of the night!
If you believe the hype, horror is getting harder and harder to nail down.
Appears in: Zombie Punks F*** Off
Publisher: Weirdpunk Books
Summary: Teen delinquents get sent for rehabilitation at a strange facility run by a brainwashed former punk. Things don’t go well.
Available for pre-order from Freak Tension
Monsters are the quintessential outsiders.
Appears in: Women in Horror Annual 2
Release Date: October 2017
Summary: An ambitious groupie ensnares her favourite rock star…and gets more than she bargained for.
Available from Amazon.