SCREAMBOX has revealed the new films that are joining the horror streaming service in November, including Onyx the Fortuitous and the Talisman of Souls, Trick or Treat, Linnea Quigley’s Horror Workout, and more.
Haunted House, based on the classic 1982 Atari 2600 release, makes its way to the Xbox with a fresh twist. This revamped version introduces roguelike progression mechanics while staying true to its stealth-adventure roots. In this eerie game, you’re on a mission to explore a haunted mansion, complete with shifting walls and unpredictable enemy encounters, all with the goal of ending the haunting and rescuing your lost uncle and friends. What makes Haunted House truly captivating is that even succumbing to the fiendish ghouls isn’t the end of your journey—it’s a chance to come back stronger and more prepared!
SCREAMBOX has revealed the new films that are joining the horror streaming service in October, including Shaky Shivers, More Brains! A Return to the Living Dead, HeBGB TV, Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer, and more.
Step into the murky atmosphere of Halloween night in 1947 Venice, where retired master detective Hercule Poirot, portrayed by Kenneth Branagh, finds himself entangled in a web of intrigue. Prompted by his friend, novelist Ariadne Oliver (Tina Fey), Poirot reluctantly attends a séance orchestrated by a grieving mother, Rowena Drake (Kelly Reilly), and overseen by medium Mrs. Reynolds (Michelle Yeoh). Little do they know that this eerie gathering will take a sinister turn when one of the guests is murdered. In A Haunting in Venice, Poirot takes up the challenge of identifying the killer amidst the shadows of an unsettling palazzo.
Mick Garris is a producer, director, screenwriter, and novelist specializing in the horror genre I have wanted to interview for three years. I’m delighted to say it’s finally happened. We discussed Hocus Pocus, Psycho, Stephen King, Clive Barker, Halloween, Jamie Lee Curtis, Michael Jackson, Wes Craven, Freddy’s Nightmares, Critters, and more. Watch the full interview below. Enjoy!
Dark Ink, the publisher that released Kane Hodder and Tom Savini’s biographies along with dozens of other film and horror titles, is thrilled to announce that they partnered with CreatorVC to release a coffee table companion book of their amazing documentary film series, In Search of Darkness.
Profusely illustrated with more than 800 rare and unique images from around the world — including book and magazine covers, interior illustrations, movie posters, comic books, promotional items, tie-ins, and previously unpublished artwork commissioned especially for this book — The Art of Pulp Horror charts the history of escapist horror and the individuals who created it. Watch my video review below for an inside look at this book.
The Audible “Monster Sale” is happening right now, with a selection of over 1,000 audiobooks available for up to more than 80% off. Below is more information, including a selection of audiobooks on sale that I think are worth buying. This sale ends on Halloween, so buy these audiobook deals before they are gone. Happy listening!
Steven James is a national bestselling novelist whose award-winning, pulse-pounding thrillers continue to gain wide critical acclaim and a growing fan base. His latest book is The Art of the Tale: Engage Your Audience, Elevate Your Organization, and Share Your Message Through Storytelling. I had the pleasure of interviewing Steven, and we spoke about a wide array of topics, including storytelling, the future of his famous protagonist Patrick Bowers, what it’s like writing young adult fiction compared to thrillers, why the Halloween Ends movie failed to deliver on its promise to fans yet the James Bond film No Time to Die did, and much more. It was a great discussion with one of the most creative and compelling authors I’ve ever met or read. Buy a copy of his excellent book, The Art of the Tale, on Amazon, and watch our full video interview below. Enjoy!