“Ever been to a big college town on a football Saturday night?” is the tagline for Bill Braddock’s debut "Brew." And what a debut it is.
Jason Jack Miller continues his fascinating exploration of ancient Appalachian magic, the power of music, and the war for a man’s soul with The Revelations of Preston Black, the third book in his “Murder Ballads and Whiskey” series.
“These Things We Have Always Known” is a creepy, methodical Southern Gothic tale.
Campbell has been penning quiet, devastating horror stories since the mid-1960s, and this new collection proves he still knows how to unsettle readers on a primal level.
It’s easy to forget sometimes that horror fiction can be fun. It’s understandable, of course; after all, horror is the genre char
Elizabeth Massie has expanded her zombie story “When Granny Comes Marchin’ Home Again” into a full-fledged novel.
The late Rick Hautala is one of the most prominent and celebrated figures in modern horror fiction. We review his striking posthumous autobiography.
This art book offers new insight into what ended up on the screen with the (mostly) final shooting script, production art, design sketches, and storyboards. Read on for the full review!
The Rock Bottom Remainders are a rock band comprised of famous writers like Stephen King, Dave Barry, and Amy Tan. Their memoirs continue in this sequel to the eBook "Mid-Life Confidential."
If you think the premise of Nate Southard’s novel "Lights Out" is little more than an excuse to stage a giant, bloody brawl, it’s a forgivable assumption. Fortunately, Southard had a little more on his mind.