I knew the name of this author, because of the August Derleth Award for Best Horror Novel that she won this year for “Mexican Gothic”. I announce the prize in my monthly news. Ok, it is in English but nevertheless she is Mexican by birth. I thought I was going to read “Mexican Gothic”, but […]
In this week’s viewing: Most of the good shows are in hiding, but a surprise contender has emerged…
It’s that time again, and there’s something for fans of every stripe to look forward to.
In this week’s viewing: Megalo Box sets the standard as the spring premieres continue.
Did the past season seem lackluster? Well, get ready to be snowed under by more sf options than ever!
Give new meaning to the expression “Eat Local, Think Global”: This week, Steve takes a bite out of “Eat Locals,” a British 2017 vampire movie. Is it good, or does it suck? Probably a bit (a bite?) of both. Read it and see.
In this week’s viewing: Inuyashiki and Kino’s Journey get bored and decide to let smoeone else be the hero, and more!
This week Steve reviews three newer books: one is outstanding and the other two are worth reading. What’re the odds on that?
In this week’s viewing: Fall premieres go all out with myth, magic, aliens, and a surprising number of motorcycles.
The leaves will soon be falling, and so will a new batch of shows!
News of speculative fiction book launches, magazine publications and writing contests and other events of interest to Spanish readers.
Those seeking bloodfests will be disappointed, but a great many others who still like vampire fiction will enjoy Darkly Dreaming.
In this week’s viewing: It’s time for the first helping of 2017 premieres! Um, you may want to brace yourself.
Pedro Artieda Santacruz’ rich The Last Red Wall is a psychological science fiction novel that reads like a thriller.
Draw Blood – A Horror Anthology is the graphic novel’s answer to flash fiction, a unique collection of six very short comic book storylines, all packed in one chilling issue.
A mediocre-looking season can deliver some great surprises: Izetta, Magical Girl Raising Project and more.
A look at what’s coming your way from the anime world in October.
Terence Jackson shares his impressions of the ComicCon held in Manchester, UK, as well as Donald Manning’s photos of cosplayers who attended.
Now that summer is winding down a bit, it’s time to start stocking up for winter reading – or – you’re TBR pile is just not tall enough!
The age of the light novel adaptation has passed and the age of the video game adaptation is upon us. Plus a few other shows coming our way very soon…
Fascinating collectible miniature monster paintings with amazing detail and bone-chilling appeal! Cameo Creeps are painstakingly detailed miniature monster portraits inspired by Elizabethan paintings of the past. What makes these unique and fascinating is their size. Each Cameo Creep reproduction is a unique miniature piece of art for you to collect. Created by Chris Seaman who […]
This week, Steve reviews the 2015 Horror-humour film “Freaks of Nature” and finds it rather flat, then alerts the media (us!) about a new semi-pro Canadian SF/F e-magazine!
an interview with composer and game director AkiraYamaoka
Steve travels back to 1922 to look at the first vampire movie, Nosferatu, and its influence on modern vampire movies.
A dual-language interview with Finnish cartoonist and comic artist Petri Hiltunen
Just remember to look both ways before you cross the street and don’t eat all your candy all on one night.
Where do Sailor Moon, Wonder Woman, Cat Woman, Batman, Boba Fett, the Borg, and Captain Jack Sparrow hang out?
If there’s one trend that really has me smiling this season, it’s the unusually high number of anime-original shows.
Do we need an excuse to look at images of Vampirella?
In this week’s viewing: A varied buffet of premieres as summer season kicks off!