Mr. Simpson shares 25 horrors with us, a journey through a horrifying year.
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.
If you’re anything like me, you have long since exhausted the established canon of weird, speculative, and mainstream horror fiction. You’ve read every Stephen King novel in triplicate, and are starting to wish that H. P. Lovecraft at least attempted to describe the indescribable horrors appearing on his pages. Philip K. Dick’s paranoid schizophrenic […]