From the thrilling sequel to Bird Box to a reinvention of the Bigfoot legend, these horrifying reads will make your patrons want to sleep with one eye open. Click for a Collection of Horrifying Reads. And check out the Penguin Horror series! Penguin Horror is a collection of novels, stories, and poems by masters of the genre, […]
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In junior high, one of my favorite activities was going to my small public library and discussing Stephen King’s cannon of horror with my friends. Once I read The Shining and Pet Semetery, I was hooked. I think fans of the master storyteller and legendary author Stephen King often ask, is there anything the “Master […]
I just read over on The Movie Blog that a script based on “Details,” a short story by China Mieville, author of Un Lun Dun and the upcoming The City & The City, will be made into a horror film. The film’s story, about everyday household objects that become demonically posessed (YESSS!), is based on […]
If you haven’t checked your calendar lately, today is Halloween. What better to blog about than a couple of the newest blood-curdling, bone-chilling, hair-raising anthologies out from Random House? Poe’s Children, The New Horror: An Anthology (Doubleday) is a collection of twenty-five scary tales representing the most talented that the literary horror genre has to offer. […]