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Grimm keeps on getting better and better. Careful with that axe, Eugene!
Valerie And Her Week Of Wonders, Morgiana, and Psycho with a live orchestra, this week in London!
Buy someone something horrible for the holidays!
Use these suggestions to have a "horrible" holiday
Portland is putting its horror on
Video Nasty is a hard-boiled, gritty suspense-thriller of a comic book.
Tomei, Volume I is a collection of the first six Tomie stories by Junji Ito. Ito is a master of the horror manga genre, author of three aclaimed series, Uzumake, Gyu, and Tomie, which spawned a series of movies, running nine strong
Utopia Season 2 Premiere: Utopia is a cruel show. It's made up of cruel people. It's a cruel world.
Tenants Of A Structural Corpse is an experimental comic by Adam S. Lichi, somewhere between a single issue and a graphic novel
Grimm's third season ends with fireworks
Almost everybody in this series is the absolute worst
As I sat on a park bench outside of the Art Deco exterior of the Hollywood Theater, on the nicest day of the year so far in Portland, not only did it seem like a victory and a vindication of the weird words and worlds of Howard Phillips Lovecraft, but for the whole of SF fandom.
A Pre-Con report for the 19th Annual H. P. Lovecraft Film Festival & CthulhuCon from J. Simpson
A review of NIck Mamatas' Move Underground: it's about time we gave Nick a bit of attention!
Listen. Horror by radio.
True Detective is gaining a lot of attention: Mr. Simpson walks us through the scene of the crime.
The Asylum trope seems to be gaining in popularity, in recent years, the most famous version being the second season of American Horror Story. We are forced to see, and consider, where the insane are coming from, forced to relate, to interact with non-sense and un-reason.
Horror Movies for Valentine's Day...are you really sure you want to open that box of chocolates?
A review of a collection of short stories that brings us to that penultimate form of 20th century dread, Cosmic Horror
There's all kinds of new comic horrors hitting the stands these days. Here's an introduction to just a few.
A review of the video tape industry documentary, Rewind This!
a review of the horror tales collection by Kelly Samarah Beneath the Blood Moon
Mr. Simpson shares 25 horrors with us, a journey through a horrifying year.
J. Simpson has a different view of how we all ought to celebrate Christmas....
J. Simpson enlightens us regarding an old and odd British Christmas tradition - the telling of ghost stories,
Horror for the Holidays! Unsung flicks that may (not) be suitable for yuletide watching!
If you're one of the legion of horror fans slavishly devoted to Ryan Murphy's dark vision, chances are you were experiencing a mixture of...
Review of Witchfinder general soundtrack.
Among The Stacks highlights the written word, in all its forms. This week it looks at an online, subscription-based periodical called Wyrd Daze.
This coming Saturday, some of the UK's finest purveyors of the dark sonic arts will gather to celebrate wyrd British cinema, with six musical performances and rare screening of two cinematic gems, the folk horror classic Blood On Satan's Claw, and the hauntological standard, Nigel Kneale's The Stone Tape.
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