Interview with Cynthia Pelayo

The Horror Club chats with Bram Stoker Award nominated poet and author, Cynthia Pelayo, about horror, the Latin influence in her work, writing poetry, journalism and its connection to her work and much more. Hi Cynthia, thanks for having a chat! Can you tell me a bit about yourself? My name is Cynthia “Cina” Pelayo.... Continue Reading →

Interview with Sarah Tantlinger

The Horror Club chats with Bram Stoker Award winning poet and author, Sara Tantlinger, about horror, why we like to be scared, writing poetry, her work, including her recently Stoker nominated collection, Cradleland of Parasites, what it's like to co-author a book and edit an anthology and much more. BIO: Sara Tantlinger is the author... Continue Reading →

REVIEW: Goodnight

In a review I recently wrote for a short film, I stated that when dealing with a subject matter that's sensitive, filmmakers have to change their approach in how they convey the film's message. Goodnight is a film that deals with a very sensitive subject, and it's a film that very much does so in an excellent... Continue Reading →

Review: Oni-Gokko (Tag)

8 Mins | 2012 Director, Writer & Editor: Shane Ryan  _____________________________________ When it comes to Japanese films, there is a sense that they have more freedom than those from West, mainly the US and UK. Common examples would be Ringu and Ju-on, with the American versions being toned down to a certain degree. Shane Ryan's... Continue Reading →

Interview with Christa Carmen

The Horror Club speaks to Christa Carmen about her debut fiction collection, Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked, which will be released on August 21, by Unnerving. Carmen is a writer of dark fiction, and her short stories have appeared in places like Fireside Fiction Company, Unnerving Magazine, Year's Best Hardcore Horror, Outpost 28, DarkFuse Magazine, and Tales to... Continue Reading →

A 3 Minute Horror Film: Watch Tap Tap

"Alone in the bath...or so she thinks." Everyone has at least once enjoyed a peaceful time in the bath. It's a place to relax, gather your thoughts, etc. There's something surreal about the tapping of the water. However, it's also a place where you can be most vulnerable; and that's what Tap Tap explores. The film stars... Continue Reading →

Interview with Tommie Vegas

The Horror Club is pleased to speak to actress, Tommie Vegas, who has worked on wide range of projects within the horror genre such as Manscaping, Nite Nite,  The Interrogation of Cheryl Cooper (photo above), for which she picked up the Pollygrind Best Actress Award (2014). Upcoming projects include The Bread of Wickedness, The Virus... Continue Reading →

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