Monthly Archives: May 2012

Warm Bodies Book Review

Having Twilight author, Stephanie Meyer, applaud your work on the cover of your debut novel–which happens to be about romance and zombies–isn’t exactly an awesome selling point for horror fans. When I initially saw the cover of Warm Bodies and read the premise, I brushed the book off as awful paranormal romance trash that would ruin my favorite horror subgenre. …

Zombie Outbreak in Miami

The zombie apocalypse has finally begun, folks. We all knew it was inevitable–at least, I did–we just didn’t think that it would start so soon. I guess that’s how these disasters and outbreaks usually happen though, right? The chaos broke out Saturday, May 26, in Miami when a naked man was shot after eating the face of another person. Welp, …

Stephen King and Son Joe Hill Collaborating

Back when Stephen King was trying to make it big in the publishing world, he was submitting his short stories to magazines and making whatever he could off of them to support his family. Now, genre and writing mags aside, the days of fiction stories in magazines are almost extinct. Thanks to Esquire magazine and their upcoming Fiction for Men …

Woodhaven Productions Greenlights ‘Self Storage’

Although Rhode Island may be having some issues with Curt Schilling and his game company (at least he won the Sox’s the World Series, right?!), they are doing very well in the horror department all thanks to Chad A. Verdi’s Woodhaven Productions. The film company has just green-lit it’s third horror film, Self-Storage, which will star Jonathan Silverman. Woodhaven Productions …

Lin Shaye Joins Hell Hunters

Lin Shaye is my hero. The actress has proved that she can be hilarious (and disgusting) in comedies like There’s Something About Mary and Kingpin and she’s also showed horror fans her serious side in films like Insidious. The versatile actress has just added another horror project to her resume and has signed on to star in the upcoming television series, …

Zombie Outlaw Review

I don’t know who decided that Zombies were cool–but whoever it was, I’d like to have their babies. There can never be enough of zombies and there are so many different takes on the subgenre, it can be overwhelming. On the comic front, The Walking Dead is clearly one of the most popular zombie-horror comics, mostly due to its real-life drama mixed …