Via Broke Horror Fan-Paul Tremblay-Over the course of his last three novels

Over the course of his last three novels (A Head Full of Ghosts, Disappearance at Devil’s Rock, The Cabin at the End of the World), Paul Tremblay became one of my favorite horror authors. Stephen King is also among his fans, tweeting that Tremblay “scared the living hell out of me, and I’m pretty hard…

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Via The Geekly Blog-Review ‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ — The Geekly Blog

Review by J.T. Johnson DIRECTOR: David Yates CINEMATOGRAPHY: Philippe Rousselot WRITER: J.K. Rowling MUSIC: James Newton Howard I’m a little late getting to this review, so I had already seen the Rotten Tomatoes score for “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” before I finally got the chance to see the film. I was surprised how […]

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Via Grady P Brown – Author WEREWOLF TRANSFORMATION

 

One of the most iconic aspects of werewolves is when they transform from human to beast. When I was a little kid, I was obsessed with this part of being a werewolf and even tried it myself, which did not sit well with my mother. I like it when a werewolf’s muscle fibers, bones, sinews, […]

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Via Too Much Horror Fiction-Coming in 2019: Paperbacks from Hell Reprint Line from Valancourt Books!

Great news: at first it was just a secret dream among a few die-hard paperback horror fanatics, now it’s a reality! In August, specialty publisher Valancourt Books announced that they would be launching a series of reprint vintage horror paperback titles, all of which have been featured in the Stoker Award-winning Paperbacks from Hell (Quirk…

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Via We Minored in Film-What Stanley Kubrick Thought of Stephen King’s The Shining

Stephen King famously hates Stanley Kubrick’s film version of The Shining. But, how did Kubrick feel about King’s original novel? “That’s what’s wrong with [Stanley Kubrick’s] The Shining, basically…the movie has no heart; there’s no center to the picture. I wrote the book as a tragedy, and if it was a tragedy, it was because […]

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