This week, Steve looks at the comics-inspired Riverdale TV series as well as the January-February issue of F&SF, and finds them Good, if not necessarily Great. Good is fine! Better than the alternative, Steve says!
Read your age! Ummm NOPE! Matt points out we’d miss something like this if we followed that dictum
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!
A review of the anthology, Strange Trails, edited by James Palmer and stories of a weird wild west, complete with robots, ghosts and Lovecraftian horror.
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.
Masters of Terror Volume 1 William Hope Hodgson Corgi Books 1977 Contents: 7 • Introduction: William Hope Hodgson: His Life and Work (Masters of Terror 1) • (1977) • essay by Peter Tremayne 15 • The Voice in the Night • (1907) • shortstory by William Hope Hodgson 30 • A Tropical Horror • (1905) […]
I mentioned Cthulhu Haiku and Other Mythos Madness, edited by Lester Smith (popcorn press) in a previous post, promising to review in full here in the future. The future has arrived. First let me give you a little history. Cthulhu Haiku was a Kickstarter project, the first that I backed as a matter of […]
Last Saturday, I spent my morning on the couch with a debilitating migraine, wondering what karmic injustice I’d committed in order to deserve being so miserable on my weekend off. But like the glass-half-full seeker of silver linings that I am, I whipped out the Prometheus 4-Disc Collector’s Edition Blu-ray I’d gotten as a gift […]