Column by Max Booth III August 15, 2016
Here's why your dumb story keeps getting rejected.
Column by Max Booth III August 9, 2016
Not only is "Stranger Things" great television, it's also a required lesson in quality characterization.
Review by JS Breukelaar
A collection of twisted and heartbreaking horror tales from Crystal Lake Publishing that explores what lies beneath this skin we’re in.
Column by Max Booth III August 3, 2016
Why radios are scary and how they inspired the latest horror anthology from Perpetual Motion Machine Publishing.
Column by Richard Thomas July 25, 2016
A guide to turning your kids on to horror.
Column by Michael David Wilson July 14, 2016
A detailed summation of how the This Is Horror Podcast Patreon increased from $195 to $638 in under 30 days.
Review by Max Booth III
A look at Paul Tremblay's new creepy contribution to the horror genre.
Column by Christopher Shultz
It's an enjoyable, fairly straightforward adventure plot with a solid Act III...or is it so much more than that?
Interview by Paul Michael Anderson May 27, 2016
Bestselling author Joe Hill concludes the sprawling discussion of his new book 'The Fireman', touching on his start as a writer, writing advice, and reading habits.
Column by Christopher Shultz May 25, 2016
Between Bloch's novel and Hitchcock's film, which version of 'Psycho' is the Mother?
Interview by Paul Michael Anderson May 20, 2016
Part one of our in-depth discussion with the author of 'Locke & Key', 'Horns' and 'The Fireman'.
Column by Joshua Chaplinsky May 19, 2016
The Anne Rice oeuvre gets the Twitter treatment for the uninitiated.
Review by Christopher Shultz
The latest novel from Joe Hill, and it's a scorcher (sorry).
Column by Max Booth III May 13, 2016
Call us when you have a real challenge.
Review by Max Booth III May 10, 2016
We dig our claws deep into SGJ's 'Mongrels', AKA 'French Fry Bandits of the Game Show Revolution'.
"Some folks sure got a strange idea of entertainment...": The Unlucky History of Friday the 13th BooksColumn by Bart Bishop
A look back at the fits and starts of 'Friday the 13th's' Jason Voorhees in novel form.
Review by Christopher Shultz
A woman, uprooted from her home in Melbourne and transplanted to Sydney, begins to see a strange woman standing in a garden during her long walks around the city...
Column by Max Booth III April 7, 2016
Now that you've written something, it's time to find a place to submit it.
Column by Christopher Shultz March 30, 2016
Sometimes, a book adaptation's success hinges upon the casting. Did the filmmakers behind 'Horns' choose their actors wisely?
News by Raine Winters
A great deal for a price you pick.
Column by George Cotronis March 11, 2016
Stories of witchcraft, old gods and old religions, the blurred lines between the natural and the supernatural; this is folk horror.
Column by Christopher Shultz March 4, 2016
Audiences are up in arms about whether or not 'The Witch' is scary, and in doing so, ignoring how good it is.
Column by Karina Wilson February 22, 2016
The Preacher is a fixture in American film and fiction. Lurid takes a look at why he's such an inherently sinister - or totally badass - figure in our cultural landscape.