Via charles french words reading and writing-Death, Disease & Pandemic: How Horror Writers of the Past Translated Illness (Part 1- Bram Stoker & the Rise of the Vampire)

Originally posted on Zombie Salmon (the Horror Continues): It should seem obvious: death is that “thing” behind the “fear” that Lovecraft used to define our genre. Yet for the most part, Horror writers seem to prefer the more visceral kinds of death – the vainglorious, the heroic, the tragic – death that glorifies the person…

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Via Scary Reviews Hunter Shea-Ghost Mine

Genre: Horror Length: 288 Pages Publisher: Flame Tree Press Release date: May 9, 2019 Synopsis: Deep in a Wyoming mine, hell awaits. Nat Blackburn is given an offer he can’t refuse by President Teddy Roosevelt. Tales of gold in the abandoned mining town of Hecla abound. The only problem – those who go seeking their […]

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Via Movie Reviews 101-Pet Sematary (2019)

Director: Kevin Kolsch, Dennis Widmyer Writer: Matt Greenberg, Jeff Buhler (Screenplay) Stephen King (Novel) Starring: Jason Clarke, John Lithgow, Amy Seimetz, Jete Laurence, Naomi Frenette, Alyssa Brooke Levine, Maria Herrera Plot: Dr. Louis Creed and his wife, Rachel, relocate from Boston to rural Maine with their two young children. The couple soon discover a […]

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