Read then Watch: A Review of Crypt TV’s Cheshire

Blending horror with fantasy elements can be a wonderful thing. Sometimes, the two just go hand-in-hand. However, in some cases, it doesn't work, and it comes off as dull and flat. Cheshire is clearly inspired by Alice Through the Looking Glass; it hits all the right notes, taking the fantastical elements and spinning it on its... Continue Reading →

Explore The Twisted With Kay Oliver’s ‘Sicko’

If tales of the twisted and deranged are your fancy, then this new collection of short stories might be of interest to you. Sicko, by Kay Oliver, contains six stories and the titular novella, each exploring the journey of an unstable and sadictic individual, and will be released via Kindle this Friday, March 23. The... Continue Reading →

Interview with Catherine Bell

The Horror Club talks to writer, Catherine Bell, about her work, The Children of Manson, which is available via ebook. She also dicusses her influences, the genre and more. Tell us about yourself? I have a huge passion for writing; specifically horror. I absolutely love what you can do with that genre in terms of... Continue Reading →

Interview with Lori R. Lopez

The Horror Club talks to Lori R. Lopez, who, while mainly a writer, works across a number of different mediums including film and music. To date, she has sixteen titles in print, forty+ e-books available, while her poems and short stories have been published in a number of magazines and anthologies. Tell us about yourself?... Continue Reading →

Interview with D.J. Doyle

The Horror Club speaks to Irish writer, D.J. Doyle, whose work includes the novels The Celtic Curse: Banshee (paranormal horror), The Celtic Curse: Newgrange (occult horror), the novelettes Red: An Extreme Horror (extreme horror), Hades' Gate (mild horror) and the short story Christ on a Bike! (comedy horror). She has also appeared two anthologies - Good... Continue Reading →

Interview with Mandi Jourdan

We spoke to writer Mandi Jourdan, who has just recently released her collection of short stories, Shadows of the Mind, via the good guys over at Aphotic Realm. Tell us a little about yourself?  I'm twenty-two and graduated last year from Southern Illinois University at Carbondale with my BA in English/Creative Writing. I'm currently working... Continue Reading →

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