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#AmericanCarnage by Pochassic

#AmericanCarnage: Sci Fi Short Stories by Pochassic is a new short book by the author of Flesh Without Soul which I reviewed when it came out a few years ago. I was curious to see what this book offered after enjoying the other. Book Description: Sci-fi short stories from the edge of sanity, Endless Horizon, a family having a […]

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AMC Adapting Joe Hill’s ‘NOS4R2’ For A TV Series

  Stephen King adaptions are everywhere these days (not that we’re complaining). King’s son, Joe Hill, has inherited his father’s talent. AMC has noticed and has put into development a TV series based on Hill’s third novel, NOS4A2 (Nosferatu).     The New York Times bestseller, a supernatural thriller, centers on Victoria McQueen, a woman with […]

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DAYS OF THE DEAD Is Nearly Upon Us

June is here, and Days of the Dead is nearly upon us. IS nearly upon us? Yes my Little Monsters, I know it sounds grammatically incorrect, but it’s not…trust me.  The reason why it is, in fact, correct is because I happen to be referring to a singular event, the annual horror convention that will […]

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Stephen And Owen King’s SLEEPING BEAUTIES Being Adapted For Television

  Adaptations of Stephen King’s works are everywhere these days, including IT , The Dark Tower,, Gerald’s Game, 1922, Revival, Mr. Mercedes, The Mist, and The Stand. Deadline is now reporting that Sleeping Beauties, King’s most recent novel which is a collaboration with his son Owen, has been picked up by Anonymous Content with the intention of adapting the book for a […]

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Spectacular Optical Announces Book Dedicated To The Career Of Filmmaker Jean Rollin

Publisher Spectacular Optical has announced Lost Girls: The  Phantasmagorical Cinema of Jean Rollin, a book about the filmmaking career of Jean Rollin in the genres of fantasy and horror. The book, a collection of essays, was written completely by women and features critics, scholars, and historians. It will discuss Rollins’ major themes that carry throughout […]

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