Female-Driven Black Rose Anthology Series in the Works at The CW

With female-driven horror projects helmed by the likes of the Soska sisters, Jennifer Kent, and Karyn Kusama finally coming into their own, The CW is jumping on the bandwagon with “Black Rose Anthology,” a one-hour horror anthology series written and directed… Continue Reading


First Artwork and More Casting News for Conundrum: Secrets Among Friends

A few days ago we brought you the early word on the upcoming psychological thriller Conundrum: Secrets Among Friends; and today we’re back with a bit more casting news and – even better – the first official artwork for the film!… Continue Reading


Literary Anthology Supernatural Horror Short Stories Brings Old and New Authors Together

Flame Tree Publishing released a new anthology this week titled Supernatural Horror Short Stories, and if your tastes run toward the Gothic fantasy side of the fence, there should be plenty here for you to dig into. The book features… Continue Reading


New Distribution Partnership Releasing Another WolfCop in Canada

WolfCop was a fun treat, and if you’re one of our Canadian readers who’s wondering when you might be able to see the sequel, Another WolfCop, well, today’s your lucky day! A new distribution partnership has been formed, and they’ll… Continue Reading


IFC Comes Clean with a Trailer and Release Date for Psycho Documentary 78/52

We’ve been anxiously awaiting more details about IFC’s plans for the Alexandre O. Philippe-directed documentary 78/52, which deconstructs the infamous shower scene from Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho; and today we have the official release date and a new trailer to share thanks… Continue Reading


Guest Post: Lesbian Vampire Carmilla Remains Eternal in B-Movies by Gary Scott Beatty

Gothic novella Carmilla by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu was first published in 1871, predating Dracula by several years. It tells the story of a young woman’s susceptibility to the attentions of a female vampire named Carmilla, and author Gary Scott… Continue Reading


Inkshares 2017 Horror Contest Update; Hear from Author J-F. Dubeau and Editor Matt Harry

As you should be aware if you’ve been following the site lately, we’re currently co-sponsoring a horror contest with Inkshares aimed at discovering the next great horror novelists. There are currently almost 60 submissions, and we’re hoping to break 100… Continue Reading