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and magazine covers, interior illustrations, movie posters, comic books, promotional items, tie-ins, and previously unpublished artwork commissioned especially for this book — The Art of Pulp Horror charts the history of escapist horror and the individuals who created it.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.
Stephen Jones is a Hugo Award nominee, the winner of four World Fantasy Awards, three International Horror Guild Awards, five Bram Stoker Awards, twenty-one British Fantasy Awards, and a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Horror Writers Association. I had the pleasure of speaking with Stephen about his career as a horror writer, and his time as a publicist for the first three Hellraiser movies, Nightbreed, and more. We discussed Clive Barker, Stephen King, and his Art of Horror books. You can watch the full interview below.
Just in time for Halloween, Encyclopocalypse Publications brings us All Our Hearts Are Ghosts and Other Stories by Peter Atkins. If that name sounds familiar, it is because I interviewed Peter Atkins about his incredible career. During that interview he mentioned this glorious book, which is now upon us. Below is my interview with Peter, as well as more information about his new book, which you can buy on Amazon. I did, and I recommend you do so too. Enjoy!
Clive Barker, a master of horror across numerous mediums, recently celebrated his 70th birthday with the release of a new book: Clive Barker’s Dark Worlds. Watch my video review below to see what’s inside this impressive 350-page book about all things Clive Barker.
Today, Clive Barker’s Dark Worlds is available: a new book celebrating the life and career of Clive Barker, an incomparable artist who recently turned 70. A similar book was released 20 years ago, Clive Barker: The Dark Fantastic by Douglas E. Winter. In addition to his authorized biography of Clive Barker, this author is famous for the biography of Stephen King that he wrote at the height of King’s career entitled Stephen King: The Art of Darkness. Yesterday, I had the distinct pleasure of speaking with Douglas E. Winter at length about Clive Barker, Stephen King, horror, video games, and more. Watch my full video interview with Douglas E. Winter below. Enjoy!
This revised edition of The Art of Horror Movies includes more films, rare images, and in-depth explorations to bring this award-winning book completely up to date, cementing its position as the definitive and essential guide to horror movies. Watch my video review of this book below.
Amazingly, there has never been a book quite like The Art of Horror – a celebration of frightful images, compiled and presented by some of the genre’s most respected names. While acknowledging the beginnings of horror-related art in legends and folk tales, the focus of the book is on how the genre has presented itself to the world since the creations of Bram Stoker and Mary Shelley first became part of the public consciousness in the 19th century. It’s all here: from early engravings – via dust jackets, book illustrations, pulp magazines, movie posters, comic books, and paintings – to today’s artists working entirely in the digital realm. Watch my video review below of this impressive book.
The Friday the 13th Collection (Blu-ray) is 50% off on Amazon until October 7. This is the deepest discount I’ve ever seen on this highly rated box set, so make sure to buy yours before it disappears. Below are more details.
For a limited time, Amazon has The Scarlet Gospels by Clive Barker on sale for 75% less than the regular price. If you’re interested in this Kindle deal, buy this book before it disappears. With the new Hellraiser Hulu movie coming out this week, now is the perfect time to read Clive Barker’s The Scarlet Gospels because it is the sequel to the book that served as the source material for Hellraiser: The Hellbound Heart.