When I was younger, I used to hurry home from school to catch the Syfy (what was then Sci-Fi) Channel's afternoon block of programming: Alfred Hitchcock Presents; Ray Bradbury Theater; and Tales From the Darkside. I loved that weird anthology show that was never super-scary, but gross and twisted and fun.
Word has just come down that the acclaimed horror comic by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez has been optioned for a feature film. Read on for details!
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.
All of these winks to his father’s career could have derailed N0S4A2 if it wasn’t Joe Hill’s strongest, scariest novel yet.
NOS4A2 is the kind of novel I think people have been waiting for Joe Hill to write.
So, what's this new story all about? As Hill explains, “Our hero is Victoria McQueen, a seventeen-year-old kid who has come looking for trouble and is about to find some. Vic believes she has found the hideout of a man who has a car that runs on human souls instead of gasoline.
I was fortunate to read a small mountain of amazing fiction in 2012, but 2013 has the potential to top it with ease.
Fans are still mourning the loss of a Locke & Key television series, based on Joe Hill's graphic novels about a fantastic mansion loaded with transforming doors, including some with hideous creatures behind it.
The cover of the new Esquire magazine – bright yellow, and featuring Jeremy Renner – heralds the conclusion of the Stephen King/Joe Hill story, “In the Tall Grass,&rdqu