We present a second review of this landmark horror anthology compiled by the editor of Cemetery Dance Magazine to mark its 25th anniversary.
Last month, Dark Sky Films and XYZ Films announced the production of an historic film: Xx, the first horror anthology written and directed entirely by women. Filmmaker Jovanka Vuckovic is one of the directors on this trail-blazing film - and she's in good company.
A collection of new powerhouse tales from legendary names like Stephen King and Clive Barker, Chizmar's anthology celebrates the 25th anniversary of his esteemed horror literary magazine, Cemetery Dance.
The late Rick Hautala's friend and fellow writer Christopher Golden assembled this second anthology as a tribute to the celebrated horror author, featuring tales by Clive Barker, Jack Ketchum and many more.
Clive Barker just took to his Facebook page to announce that he is going to start writing his own Hellraiser reboot script and that he intends to bring Doug Bradley back as Pinhead.
In honor of Scream Factory's month long 31 Days Of Screams promotion, the gang from Scream Factory, head of acquisitions Cliff MacMillan and director of marketing Jeff Nelson appeared on GeekNation's Killer POV podcast this week along with hosts Rob Galluzzo (FEARnet), Rebekah McKendry (Fangoria) and Elric Kane (Inside Horror).
Clive Barker's original vision for his 1990 monster epic will finally see the light of HD next year. Find out more!
A ton of new Scream Factory releases were announced at San Diego Comic-Con today including Clive Barker's Nightbreed The Cabal Cut, John Carpenter's Assault on Precinct 13, Cat People and more.
If you're curious as to what exactly 'Paymon' is, all you need know is it's the latest film project from filmmaker Anthony DiBlasi, which means it's one to look out for. His 2nd feature 'Cassadaga' is due out later this year, as is 'Missionary,' but that hasn't stopped him from tackling his fourth full length feature 'Paymon,' a Charles Manson-inspired horror flick which is currently shooting.
Outside of the stories Eclipse Comics adapted from Clive Barker’s seminal short story collection Books of Blood, there weren’t a lot of straight adaptations of the author’s prose work being attempted in comics. That changed in 2005 when publisher IDW released an adaptation of The Thief of Always.