Before they became celebrated for their written contributions to the genre, these three authors plied their horror trade on the silver screen.
Some marriages are built to last. “The Ring,” unfortunately, isn’t. Stephen King’s short nonfiction is a fleeting thing.
When your press materials lead with a quote from Stephen King calling your book "old school horror at its best," you’d better be confident that the book in question does not fall short. "The Troop" does not fall short.
For some fans, the covers for R.L. Stine's beloved children's horror books are the best part, so we've collected ten of the most ridiculously awesome examples of cover art from the original "Goosebumps" series.
UK small press house PS Publishing celebrates the quietly enduring legacy of one of Stephen King’s most underrated novels with a lavish Limited Edition.
“A Study in Emerald” is an interesting alternate universe story in which the world of Sherlock Holmes and the HP Lovecraft Cthulhu Mythos combine.
For out-and-out unflinching horror with a strong western feel, you can’t go wrong with this action-packed epic.
Since 1995 and their release of the Dean Koontz limited edition of Strange Highways, Cemetery Dance Publications has evolved into one of the premiere publishers of genre limited editio
Throughout the history of horror, numerous women have published works that have won fans and a place in the literary world, and Mary Shelley is probably one of the most famous female authors of the genre.
Cutting Block Press was very intentional in naming their anthology series "Horror Library," and editors R.J. Cavender and Boyd E. Harris continue in this, the series' fifth edition, to take an all-inclusive approach in collecting its contents.