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What Went Right With... Cold In July?

Based on the novel of the same name, ‘Cold In July’ tells the story of an average man named Richard Dane who one night accidentally shoots and kills an intruder in his home. 1,089 more words

Review

The Home Invasion - Part One: Novels

by Alex Smith

I wrote HIVE in conversation with the home invasion narrative. Not necessarily a big fan that sought out such examples of the trope, I’d nonetheless read, watched, and gamed in worlds where something or someone was trying to… 986 more words

Essay

Lovecraft's Monsters, edited by Ellen Datlow / ****

Any serious fan of horror probably has some connection to the works of H.P. Lovecraft. Maybe more than any horror writer other than Edgar Allan Poe, Lovecraft has influenced just about every major horror author alive. 661 more words

Book Reviews

IDW's Newest ‘It’s Alive!’ Imprint Pushes Forward with Reprints and More

Following two successful Kickstarter campaigns, and the release of several limited edition art prints, signed by Sam Glanzman, It’s Alive! has hit the ground running with plenty more on the horizon. 231 more words

Comics

IDW's Newest ‘It’s Alive!’ Imprint Pushes Forward with Reprints and More

Following two successful Kickstarter campaigns, and the release of several limited edition art prints, signed by Sam Glanzman, It’s Alive! has hit the ground running with plenty more on the horizon. 161 more words

Comics

Book Review- Savage Season by Joe R. Lansdale

Hey Blogland,

I’m writing through a migraine, albeit a mild one, but bear with me.

I first met Hap and Leonard, Lansdale’s protagonists, in the novella… 664 more words

Fiction

Savage Season

By Joe R. Lansdale

A few weeks ago, everyone on my twitter feed was mocking Jonathan Franzen for saying he wouldn’t dare write a book about race because he doesn’t have very many black friends. 618 more words

Mystery