Gateways to Abomination became a cult hit with horror fans over the last two years and I'm here to confirm it is a glitchy, fragmented and nasty good time!
Clash at the Cabinet of Dr. Pretorius 1918 is very much a first movie with its ups and downs but it has a handful of terrifying moments and it's available FOR FREE on YouTube. What's not to like?
Nick Mamatas' I am Providence is challenging and iconoclast satire that will dare you to look at Lovecraft's legacy with a more critical eye. Fantastic novel.
Greener Pastures transcends its collected stories format only occasionally, but it is foreshadowing the inevitable rise of Michael Wehunt as one of the best new voices in weird fiction.
Radha is crafty and fun and really short. So try it if you're jonesing for new cosmic horror!
Michael Griffin's debut short story collection The Lure of Devouring Light doesn't always shine equally, but it offers several subtle, nuanced and thoroughly unique thrills to its readers, which is a rare thing. Great mood reading!
There is no such thing as mindless entertainment. It's a comforting thought because it absolves you of any responsibility as an audience, but it's a lie. Take ownership of what you're watching!
Phlip Fracassi's novelette Altar is more of a portrait than a complete narrative, but it doesn't make its vision of nightmare less effective.
I've avoided Hellraiser for shallow reasons for too long! So, I've decided to give it a shot for #horroctober and man. Best decision of 2016!
It has become cliché for bloggers to dedicate the month of October to horror. I totally assume that, except my horror is scarier than your horror. Horroctober will be dedicated to cosmic horror, weird fiction and whatever makes you and everything you ever loved and hated feel insignificant. Join the conversation on social media using #horroctober!