People of the Ethereal Realm, published by Post Mortem Press, starts off with a blind man seeing a dead woman. A pretty good start to what seems to be a fascinating novel.
Hutchings has a lot of new ideas about vampires, and it’s always refreshing to see someone take an old genre staple and push it in new directions.
If you’re expecting a tale that celebrates plastic pumpkins, drugstore costumes and candy corn, this is not your Halloween story. But if you’re in the mood to peek into the darkness behind the revelry, then step right up.
“Ever been to a big college town on a football Saturday night?” is the tagline for Bill Braddock’s debut "Brew." And what a debut it is.
Taff's book is based on a well-known haunting that took place in Tennessee in the early 1800s, which also inspired films like "The Blair Witch Project" and "An American Haunting."
Check out our review of Garth Nix's prequel to his novel "Shade's Children."
In part three of our interview with writer C. Robert Cargill and writer/director Scott Derrickson, we pick up our discussion concerning screenplay writing.
Elizabeth Massie has expanded her zombie story “When Granny Comes Marchin’ Home Again” into a full-fledged novel.
The creators of "Sinister" sat down with Del Howison of Dark Delicacies to talk about their collaboration on last year's horror hit.
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.