Writing Horror Without the Blood

Column by Max Booth III October 15, 2014
Horror is meant to get your heart beating. Forget coffee and cocaine. There is no stronger upper in the world than fear.

Book vs. Film vs. Mini-series: 'Rosemary's Baby'

Column by Christopher Shultz July 9, 2014
Rosemary got pregnant. Again. This time, on TV! How does this new incarnation fare against its big screen predecessor, and the novel that started it all?
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Rosemary's Baby Television Adaptation Coming To NBC

News by Nathan Scalia December 12, 2013
NBC seeks to adapt the classic horror story Rosemary's Baby for the television audience.

A 'Bot Bestiary: The Robotic Tradition In Science Fiction

Column by Jon Korn July 13, 2012
Science Fiction abounds with robots, androids, cyborgs, and mechs of every stripe. Jon Korn breaks down some of his favorites.

LURID: It's Alive! The Top 10 Mad Scientists of Literature!

Column by Karina Wilson May 18, 2012
From Prometheus (Aeschylus) to Prometheus (Scott): Top ten pick of the most enduringly mad scientists in horror fiction, both before and after the reality of Dr. Josef Mengele.