The acclaimed author of "Jumper" crafted this apocalyptic tale of family survival against metal-munching bugs.
As we get closer to the swan song of Summer 2013, there are a lot of reasons to look ahead to the coming fall season, including these upcoming book releases...
Ellen Datlow is an Editor Extraordinaire who needs little introduction. She has edited numerous anthologies, and co-edited many with other editors such as Terri Windling.
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.
In part three of our interview with writer C. Robert Cargill and writer/director Scott Derrickson, we pick up our discussion concerning screenplay writing.
It’s easy to forget sometimes that horror fiction can be fun. It’s understandable, of course; after all, horror is the genre char
In part two of our interview with writer C. Robert Cargill and "Sinister" writer/director Scott Derrickson, we pick up with the publication of Cargill's recent novel "Dreams & Shadows."
Guillermo del Toro's robots-vs-monsters epic is nearly upon us, and so is a massive lineup of tie-in merch, including comics, action figures, games and collectibles.
A coloring book mistakenly aimed at five-to-eight-year-olds caused quite an uproar with its images from very adult-oriented horror films.
Richard Matheson was as much of a master of short fiction as he was with longer tales. In this story, he details a man's surreal experiences as he tries to stay vigilant against real or imagined hungry blazes.