Now here’s a subject I know a bit about: paperback horror novels of the so-called “horror boom” of the 1970s and 80s
That George A. Romero, who died on July 16, 2017, was one of the most important horror moviemakers of his generation, and indeed of all time, goes without saying
A most welcome reprinting of what until 2017 was one of Stephen King’s scarcest books
Welcome to the first installment of my “Year in Bedlam” end-of-the-year movie rankings.
Over-the-top gore is what this comic mini promises and delivers. If you’re looking for something beyond that you should probably pick something else.
The RING inspired narrative could admittedly be a bit stronger–and scarier–overall, but the novel is never less than readable and inviting, driven by Hooper’s hard-bitten, quintessentially Texan worldview.
I may be sick of zombies, but I do enjoy twisted holiday stories, and anyway that title was just too outrageous to pass up!
I’ve made no secret of the fact that I’m sick to death of zombie novels but this is an original take on the subject.
IN THE MIDST OF LIFE/AU COEUR DE LA VIE is a French made adaptation of three macabre stories by Ambrose Bierce