The "King of Horror," Stephen King (pun intended). Without a question. The Master of Screams has written over 60 novels, including Cujo, It, Misery, and Pet Semetary, since releasing his debut book Carrie in 1974. He has established himself as one of the greatest writers in history. What more could a horror fan want than... Continue Reading →
Here are eight suburbia horror books for you to read, whether you're from the suburbs and want a little reminder of the horrors you may discover lurking next door or you get a little satisfaction from stories that illustrate the suburbs aren't so wonderful.
There are affiliate links in this article. I could receive a commission if you make a purchase after clicking one of these links. The phrase “possession” frequently brings up ideas of an exorcism, whether or not you’re a horror lover. Think of Regan from The Exorcist being possessed by Pazuzu right in front of her... Continue Reading →
I love this time of year. The leaves are changes. The temperature is dropping. Mosquitoes return to Hell where they belong. It's fantastic. It also means a new crop of horror books ripe for the harvest. So, sit back. Grab your pumpkin spice latte. And check out my list of the new, upcoming horror books... Continue Reading →
Well, kids. It is time. It is officially October. Also known as Spooktober, Booktober, Blogtober, Vlogtober, Inktober, Drawloween, and my birthday month. It's a lot. Last year, I did an insane challenge of reading 31 horror books in 31 days. I succeeded in finishing 24. I had a few DNFs but for the most part... Continue Reading →
There are affiliate links in this article. I could receive a commission if you make a purchase after clicking one of these links. The boundaries between the thriller and horror genres are frequently breached. You may find something frightening that I don't, and vice versa for fascinating or suspenseful. Horror and thriller books frequently have... Continue Reading →
There are affiliate links in this article. I could receive a commission if you make a purchase after clicking one of these links. The text that is bloody and gory is not what I find to be the most terrifying. It's not even the kind that makes me wonder whether a killer is hiding in... Continue Reading →
Reading a well-written work of creepy fiction in the fall will get you in the mood for Halloween by making you feel uneasy and afraid. In the spirit of Halloween, I have compiled a list of eight novels
Since the resurgence of zombie pop culture, a number of books have been adapted for film. Here are twenty more titles that deserve the big-screen treatment.