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New Release! QUIZZLEBOON: A Redneck Fairy Tale

Now available and ready for your eyeball(s): John Oliver Hodges’s new novel, Quizzleboon: a redneck fairy tale about Leon Hicks, a one-eyed outlaw who joins an anarchist collective in the hills of North Carolina. Guided by an imaginary man from the moon named Mr. Quizzleboon, Leon searches within these dirt people for […]

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New Podcast About the IT Film Adaptation

Prepare to float with us as we discuss the brand new film adaptation of Stephen King’s IT with Betty Rocksteady (author of Like Jagged Teeth). What does Pennywise do when he’s not spooking kids? Has the Internet turned him into a bonafide sex symbol? All of that and more in today’s episode. […]

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Kick Back and Listen to These Two New Joe Lansdale Podcasts

I don’t know if you’re aware of this, but we’ve truly been blessed as a species this week. The greatest writer of (probably) all time, Joe R. Lansdale, was recently interviewed on not one but two podcasts: both the much beloved This is Horror podcast and newcomer (to me, at least) Adventures […]

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Open Call for Short Stories: LOST FILMS

Attention, writers of horror fiction. We’re currently seeking short stories for an upcoming anthology titled Lost Films. In 2016 we released Lost Signals, which has done very well for us. Think of Lost Films as its sequel. We are looking for horror stories involving films, Hollywood, projectors & projectionists, home movies, webcams, television, documentaries, and other themes involving […]

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They’re All Gonna Laugh At You, So We Might As Well Talk About CARRIE

The book that started it all. The manuscript Tabitha King discovered while snooping through her husband’s trash. The novel that changed Stephen King’s life forever. We’re talking about 1974’s Carrie with John Oliver Hodges (author of Quizzleboon), who apparently once kidnapped a dog. We also discuss current Stephen King news, such as: Castle […]

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The Grim Reader Digs into the New DMD

Adrian Shotbolt (AKA Beavis the Bookhead AKA The Grim Reader AKA The World’s Most Knowledgable Cricket Enthusiasts) has once again covered our latest issue of Dark Moon Digest over on his wonderful review blog. We here love Adrian, especially when he has the good sense to say nice things about us. We’re […]

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Killer Kids Are Awesome: Let’s Talk About CHILDREN OF THE CORN

Have many times have you watched the scene in Children of the Corn when Burt runs over the kid with the slit throat? If your answer isn’t “at least fifty” then you’ve either never seen the movie or you’re a liar, because that scene is gosh darn hilarious. I tried searching for […]

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Cover Reveal and Pre-Orders Announced for Joe McKinney’s SPECULATIONS!

If you’re a fan of horror, there’s a real good chance you’re a fan of Joe McKinney, two-time winner of the Bram Stoker Award and all-around swell fella. He’s probably most well known for his zombie novels, such as Dead City and all the sequels. But zombie fiction isn’t all he writes. […]

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Let’s Talk About That DARK TOWER Movie…

The Dark Tower was released last Friday. It, uh, hasn’t exactly received the best reviews. We caught it on Opening Day. Did we like it? Well, not really, but we also didn’t despise it as much as we anticipated. Is this actually a remake of Last Action Hero? Is McConaughey playing the […]

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Let’s Get Spooky With the New DARK MOON DIGEST

Who said Halloween wasn’t in July? Oh, every calendar in existence? Well, forget about them. They’re worthless. Nobody ever got anywhere in life by owning a calendar. It’s July (for another day or so) and it’s time to get hella spooky, folks. The new issue of Dark Moon Digest is finally available […]

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