Steve reviews one of the better Halloween movies he’s seen, even though it’s an oldie. Korea is becoming a terrific place for genre movies, it seems.
In probably his longest column ever, Steve talks about the movies (and a TV show or two) that he watched every night this month in preparation for a spooky, isolated Halloween!
DUST for Halloween “treats”
Steve’s second Halloween column this month, in which he tries to do teeny-tiny reviews of 27 movies. Let us know if he succeeds or falls flat on his face.
Steve’s thinking about Halloween, which often brings up thoughts about Stephen King. How do you feel about that? Seen both versions of The Shining, have you?
In this first of three Halloween-y columns examining several media adaptations of Stephen King works, Steve talks about the new movie, and what’s wrong with IT.
Eye to the Telescope is the online journal of the Science Fiction Poetry Association. A different person edits each issue (being published quarterly) and I myself have edited one – No. 16. The current issue, No. 22, “Ghosts”, is edited by Shannon Connor Winward, author of the Elgin Award winning poetry chapbook Undoing Winter (which I […]
Helly Happoween! This week Steve dissects two horrible Halloween-ish movies, then gives several thumbs-up to a real Halloween classic!
Looking for science fiction romance with a touch of the macabre to help celebrate Halloween? If so, here are some books for you to consider…
One week before Halloween, Terence Jackson shares shares images of costumes old and new.
The Eternal Frankenstein is coming
Steve once again covers the ubiquitous Stephen King, who’s got a new collection of short stories out. A new collection of King is usually something to crow about, and this one’s no exception.
For Halloween, Steve looks at one of the oldest, and perhaps the best-known “monster movie” of them all, James Whale’s “Frankenstein,” starring Boris Karloff.
Just remember to look both ways before you cross the street and don’t eat all your candy all on one night.
This week Steve drops back ten years to review an underapreciated movie, “Constantine,” with Keanu Reeves and Rachel Weisz, telling us why he thinks the movie deserves another look.
Sean gets his head shaved, and a whole lot more.
John Atkinson Grimshaw was a Victorian artists whose moonlight landscapes depict a forgotten Victorian age when the night had a palpable sense of terror.
Samantha offers a scary movie lineup for Halloween
The days are growing shorter. The air has a crisp bite to it. It’s time to settle back with something good to read. It’s time to relax. Don’t worry about that scraping sound at the window. It’s just a branch that needs trimming. Probably.
Portland is putting its horror on
Ever since Count Dracula arrived in London aboard the Demeter, London has been a spooky place.
Sean begins his gig as ‘Clyde’ at the House of Screams
Sean is working a haunted house this Halloween season. A specific one, for specific reasons.
In Japan, Halloween is pumpkins and ghosts, just as Christmas is Santas and reindeer.
The Man Who Haunted Himself is, as the title suggests, both a ghost and a doppelgänger story
Keith West reviews your Halloween reading assignment
The final installment of this year’s Ooky Spooky Animanga series focuses on the best scary animanga character costumes, and how to put them together.
That’s right, FAMOUS MONSTERS, Forrest. J. Ackerman’s beloved magazine that sported covers featuring wonderful portraits of famous monsters, most of which were painted by artist Basil Gogos.
Warm up your cauldrons, grab your grimoires, and ready the goats for sacrificing; it’s that time of the year, again. And to put you in the spirit for All Hallows Eve, I’ve compiled this list of some of my favorite scary / Halloween themed things.
Last year Cemetery Dance published a series of short story ebooks with the theme of Halloween. I bought all of them, but I wasn’t able to read them all. I could have, but I decided to save a few for this year. So for the fourth week of Six Weeks of Scares, I’m looking at The Halloween Phantoms.