HARLAN ELLISON’S WATCHING was initially broadcast as part of the Sci-Fi Channel’s SCI-FI BUZZ series during the years 1993 to ‘96
An excellent book about an individual who really should need no introduction
Why should you care about HIGH SCHOOL FROM HELL, a semi-autobiographical novel by an ex-high school English teacher?
I’ve been called a snob about translated novels, but in fact my preference for such books is quite basic and, I believe, well-reasoned
It’s no stretch to call this one of the strangest programs ever broadcast on American television
As one of the (very) few viewers who looked forward to STASH prior to its release, I can attest that it had potential
In which literary darling Bret Easton Ellis, who previously roiled the horror community with AMERICAN PSYCHO, takes another swipe at the scary stuff.
By now it seems there’s not a whole lot left to say about Stephen King, the world’s bestselling horror writer
Back in 1983 the late Lawrence Durrell predicted that the French horror writer Claude Seignolle “will draw a large audience in the United States and that his place in literature eventually will be as assured as Ambrose Bierce’s is today.” Obviously that forecast has yet to bear fruit, but Durrell’s estimation of Seignolle’s importance is, I believe, entirely correct.