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The Scarlet Gospels by Clive Barker

Book Review – Clive Barker’s The Scarlet Gospels

The wait is finally over for fans who have been wanting to read Clive Barker‘s long-awaited pairing of two of the most popular characters from his works. The Scarlet Gospels is here, and th...

Horror reference books

Literary Monsters: Books Written by Your Favorite Horror Actors

It’s become commonplace for an actor to write a tell-all autobiography once they become famous enough and decide they have enough interesting stories in their life to warrant one. Horror stars are a l...

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Ten Indispensable Reference Books For the Horror Fan

Any self-respecting horror movie fan has a small library that they rely on to gather information about specific films or go to for recommendations—everything from back issues of Fangoria and Rue Morgu...

Tortured Souls by Clive Barker

Book Review: Clive Barker’s Tortured Souls

Tortured Souls is finally available in print. That might mean something to the hardcore Clive Barker devotees, but not much to anyone else. It’s had a hell of a time getting here. The project was uniq...

Clive Barker's The Thief of Always

Four Young Adult Horror Novels That Would Make Great Movies

Young adult horror has seen a massive surge in popularity in recent years. In general, most major films based on books that have been coming out recently have been adaptations of young adult/teen mate...

Clive Barker's The Scarlet Gospels

What to Read to Prepare for Clive Barker’s The Scarlet Gospels

With The Scarlet Gospels almost here, it’s time to start getting ready. Clive Barker is not known for interconnected worlds in the way that fellow author Stephen King is, but Scarlet Gospels may chang...

Dark Summer

Review–Dark Summer Is by the Book but That’s OK

Dark Summer follows Daniel, a young man on house arrest for stalking and hacking into the social media accounts of a young outsider he suddenly becomes taken with. The conditions of his house arrest d...

Eli and Oskar in Let the Right One In

Book Review – John Lindqvist’s Let the Right One In

For a chilly winter’s night, there is perhaps no better book for a horror fan to pick up than John Lindqvist’s chilling Let the Right One In. The 2008 Swedish film adaptation of the same n...

Graphic from book trailer for Stephen King's Revival

Book Review – Stephen King’s Revival

Through the years, the work of Stephen King has spotlighted its share of religious characters. King’s newest novel Revival, released November 2014, manages to take a much more mature and honest ...