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Nothing Happens in GWENDY’S BUTTON BOX

Reviewed by Max Booth III Back in February, Entertainment Weekly blew everybody’s minds by announcing a brand new novella from Stephen King. The fact that he’d written something new obviously came to no surprise. The dude is one of the most prolific writers in history. What did astonish us all, […]

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Beautiful Beasts: Talos

Written by George Lea Monsters are a part of my existence, and have been since before I can recall. My earliest memories are of fascination with the beasts of mythology and fantasy; of cartoons, comics and toy-lines. Anyone who knew me as a child, and knew me well, would never […]

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Thom Yorke Onboard to Score SUSPIRIA Remake

I became aware of two things today. One—Suspiria is being remade. This was not surprising. Was it disappointing? I don’t know. I feel like it’s a waste of time to get upset at news of remakes. There is no stopping them. It’s like complaining you’re wet while drowning in the ocean. Suspiria’s new […]

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Castle Rock Radio #05: “I Am the Doorway” (feat. Andrew Hilbert)

Could Dorito dust mutate your fingers into tiny eyeballs? Possibly! Let’s find out in the latest episode of Castle Rock Radio. We’re talking about King’s “I Am the Doorway” from 1978’s Night Shift with special guest Andrew Hilbert (author of Invasion of the Weirdos). Featured topics include leprosy and how to eat sloppy […]

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Brian Evenson and Stephen Graham Jones Praise GODS ON THE LAM

Fans of horror fiction are no strangers to the works of Brian Evenson and Stephen Graham Jones. Evenson’s Last Days is practically more holy than the Bible at this point, and Jones’s latest novel, Mongrels, might very well be the best werewolf book ever written. So you can imagine how excited we are at […]

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I Don’t Know What’s in There, But It’s Weird and Pissed Off Whatever It Is: A Review of ENTROPY IN BLOOM

Review by Tony McMillen I am a notorious late adopter. If I get into a band you can bet that they just broke up or the original bass player just o.d.’ed, if I get into a director it’s only after they made their return to form movie 15 years after […]

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CYCLOPS ROAD is a Hilarious Road-Trip Delight

The horror-comedy combo genre is not an easy feat to accomplish in literature. David Wong nailed it pretty damn well in John Dies at the End and its sequel, This Book is Full of Spiders; Seriously, Dude, Don’t Touch It, and Christopher Moore’s basically the world champion at this point, […]

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