The Horror Club talks to Jill Girardi, Editor-in-Chief of Kandisha Press, about the press itself, its titles, including the recently released volume 3 of its ‘Women of Horror’ series, her work and the horror community, among other things.
It came as a surprise when it was announced that short films based on Alien were to be released in order to celebrate its 40th Anniversary. What was in store for fans of the franchise, given that the short films were actually commissioned, and not fan made ones uploaded to YouTube? The first one released,... Continue Reading →
When experimenting within the zombie genre, using the short film format is perhaps the best way to allow your creativity to flow. American Virus, which is directed and co-written by Shane Ryan of Mad Sin Cinema, is a perfect example of this. Why do you ask? Well, the short film is bizarre. It tells the... Continue Reading →
98 minutes | Horror/Mystery | 2018 __________________________________________________________________ An anthology of sorts, from the off, Ghost Stories wants you to believe that what you see in front of you is not what's really happening. It follows a professor, Phillip Goodman, (played by Andy Nyman, one half of the writer-director team) as he attempts to debunk three... Continue Reading →
THE winners of the 2017 Bram Stokers Awards, presented by the Horror Writers Association, have been announced, with a ceremony taking place at this year's StokerCon. You can check out the winners and runners-up below: Superior Achievement in a Novel: Winner: Golden, Christopher – Ararat (St. Martin’s Press) King, Stephen and King, Owen – Sleeping... Continue Reading →