FEARnet is proud to reprint this rare interview, originally printed in the 2013 World Horror Convention Souvenir Program Book.
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.
Stephen King introduces one of his most enduring villains in this early poem, now published in a limited edition by Cemetery Dance.
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At first, Kelly's take on "Joyland" seems unsure. Then, something astounding happens: he hits dialogue, and everything ramps up. Voices, it seems, help Michael Kelly find his voice.
Like the six volumes before it, this is an anthology of rare quality, a collection of contemporary fiction that provides an excellent snapshot of where the genre stands today, and a roadmap to where it’s going.
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We sat down with the horror director to get the skinny on his strange new project, starring Daniel Radcliffe as Joe Hill's demonic anti-hero.