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Review: 'Prisoner 489' by Joe R. Lansdale

Joe R. Lansdale spins another tall tale in Prisoner 489, a straight-up horror story about an island graveyard and an executed prisoner who ain’t quite dead. 554 more words

Fiction

Review: I Tell You It's Love by Joe R. Lansdale & Daniele Serra

I TELL YOU IT’S LOVE

Joe R. Lansdale
Adapted and illustrated by Daniele Serra
Short Scary Tales Publications

Dark moments seem like sweetness and light to lovers who dance to the beat of a dying heart. 340 more words

Writing

Cold in July

Like David Fincher’s recent Gone Girl, and in fact any movie so reliant on explosively agile plotting, Cold in July is a complete nightmare to write about. 739 more words

Film

Joe R. Lansdale's Hap Collins and Leonard Pine headed to TV

Just heard some great news in a tweet from one of my fave authors, hardboiled Texas mystery/suspense ace Joe R. Lansdale. He’s the guy who wrote the story that became one of my fave all-time horror flicks,  288 more words

Fearmongers

COLD IN JULY (DIR. JIM MICKLE, USA, 2014) - DVD REVIEW

Traditionally a horror film maker, Jim Mickle takes on Joe R. Lansdale’s Texas set crime noir Cold In July in a sweaty, gore-soaked, testosterone-fuelled thriller. Mickle assembles a vintage cast including Sam Shepard ( 447 more words

USA

Cold in July (2014)

Director: Jim Mickle

Writer: Nick Damici, Jim Mickle (Screenplay) Joe R. Lansdale (Novel)

Starring: Michael C Hall, Vinessa Shaw, Wyatt Russell, Don Johnson, Sam Shepard, Bill Sage, Nick Damici, Brianda Agramonte… 593 more words

Thriller

Wittliff Collections: 'East Texas In Story And Song'

By Jordan Gass-Poore’
Web Content Manager

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Award-winning author Joe R. Lansdale (“Bubba Ho-tep”) discussed his relationship with his native East Texas and how this oftentimes misunderstood region has affected his life and work (of nearly 50 novels and counting) during an event earlier this month at Texas State’s Wittliff Collections, which houses his archive. 120 more words

Texas State University