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Starfish – Review

Starfish – Review

Starfish Cosmic Horror Directed by: A.T. White Starring: Virginia Gardner Synopsis: Gardner stars as Aubrey, a young woman suffering from the death of a close friend. When a mysterious signal from an unknown dimension summons the end of days, its appears as if only Aubrey is left on earth. Trapped in the apartment of her recently deceased best friend, the only clue she has is a single cassette left behind after her friends death, labeled: “THIS MIXTAPE WILL SAVE THE WORLD.”…

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STARFISH Unveils New Dreamlike Illustrated Theatrical Poster

STARFISH Unveils New Dreamlike Illustrated Theatrical Poster

  From press release: With reality rapidly fraying at the edges, Aubrey finds herself following a string of clues left after the death of her best friend. Clues leading to a mysterious signal that could save the world. In Starfish Virginia Gardner (Halloween 2018, Marvel’s The Runaways) stars as Aubrey, a young woman suffering from the death of a close friend. When a mysterious signal from an unknown dimension summons the end of days, it appears as if only Aubrey…

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Starfish – Release dates, details and trailer

Starfish – Release dates, details and trailer

From press release: Yellow Veil Pictures and 1091 Media’s The Orchard have released the first trailer for upcoming cosmic horror *Starfish*, featuring a dazzling lead performance from Virginia Gardner (Halloween 2018, Marvel’s The Runaways). The film begins it’s theatrical roadshow tour starting in NYC on March 13 with a rollout in other cities through late April, followed by the Digital/VOD release May 28. Full list of theatrical dates can be found below. Gardner stars as Aubrey, a young woman suffering…

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The Eynes Anthology Book One – Horror/Supernatural Comic!

The Eynes Anthology Book One – Horror/Supernatural Comic!

The Eynes Anthology collects 10 stories from 22 Creators and will be published in the Winter of 2019.  It’s currently up on Kickstarter and can use your help. It has beautiful artwork and comes to us from a diverse set of creators from all over the world.  You can find the kickstarter here Keep up to date on information and preview the artwork by going to their website here      

White Pines: a novel and audiobook from author Gemma Amor

White Pines: a novel and audiobook from author Gemma Amor

If you’re a sucker for a good Supernatural Mystery have we got a treat for you.  Gemma Amor (NoSleep Podcast, Shadows At The Door, Grey Rooms, Whispers In The Night) is crowdfunding her new novel. It’s about a journalist investigating a town that disappears. If you like stories about ghost towns (Centralia, PA) this might be something for you. Please consider supporting Gemma on Kickstarter here If you want to check out her first novel, Cruel Works of Nature: 11…

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Separating Creativity and Depression – Zack Long

Separating Creativity and Depression – Zack Long

I am a writer who has attempted suicide but we’ll get back to that later. There is an attitude within the public sphere that creativity and depression and intertwined. Look no further than the “27 Club” or the archetype of the alcoholic writer. Believe this to be true, it makes sense in a sick kinda way if you think about: Only a soul that had seen true darkness could create such light – there’s a duality to the troubled creative…

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Dreams of Desolation

Dreams of Desolation

In December of 2017 we put out an anthology of short stories featuring our favourite writers. As a way of saying thank you for sticking with us we’d like to offer it to you for free. Just click here to download. Thank you for everything and here’s to 6 more years of horror.

Interview – Manen Lyset, Lord of the Gourds

Interview – Manen Lyset, Lord of the Gourds

How long have you been writing for? I just celebrated my 4th Writingversary (as I like to call it) back in October. That said, I’ve been doing text-based role playing for over 20 years, so I’ve always written in some form or another. And now the jig is up. You know my terrible secret, I’m a nerd. I know, I hid it SO WELL. What is it about horror that made you think ‘This is the genre for me’? I’ve…

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Strangers: Prey at Night Review

Strangers: Prey at Night Review

(Caution: Minor spoilers ahead.)   I have not seen The Strangers. I went into this “sequel” with no prior knowledge of the first film and I think Strangers: Prey at Night stands well on its own. You don’t need to see the first one to follow it. From what I’ve read they aren’t really related. So, it’s not a sequel in the sense that it’s a continuation of a story, but it does share the same villains. Those villains though……

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Interview – Erin Al-Mehairi

Interview – Erin Al-Mehairi

You cohost a podcast called The Mando Method. What exactly is The Mando Method? The Mando Method is a podcast on the conglomerate podcast system called Project Entertainment Network. It’s one of about 25 podcast shows. This one is co-hosted by the head of P.E.N., author Armand Rosamilia and his author friend, Chuck Buda. Armand does writing sprints during his days and since his nickname is Mando, it’s called The Mando Method, as an ode to his writing methods. Their…

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Guest Article – Why I Love Horror by Rebekah Ross

Guest Article – Why I Love Horror by Rebekah Ross

I’m walking in the woods. There’s no one around, and it’s 2005 so I don’t have a cellphone. Out of the corner of my eye, I spot him – Edgar Allan Poe. To his left a raven flaps its wings and quoths its lore of some sad sorrow nevermore. To his right, the ghost of Annabel Lee floats eerily far from her graveside by the sea. This horror drew me in with a sort of inevitable curiosity to look at…

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Interview – Christa (Wojo) Wojciechowski

Interview – Christa (Wojo) Wojciechowski

How long have you been writing for? I started writing and illustrating short stories when I was a little kid. I also kept journals documenting everything in my life, which was not very interesting but that didn’t stop me from thinking every moment of life is important. I think writers have an innate compulsion to process what they see in the world through writing. Humans learn through stories and writers are the record keepers of the evolution of the human…

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Interview – Torie Hague

Interview – Torie Hague

How did you get involved in FX Makeup and body paint? I had just moved to Fort Bragg, NC and I went from having three jobs to having no job at all, which was extremely difficult for me as a workaholic. My depression didn’t help much either. I had been watching Mykie, aka Glam&Gore, on YouTube and wanted to give FX a try to help pull me out of my depressive rut and I ended up falling in love with…

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International Women's Day – Silvia Brown

International Women's Day – Silvia Brown

Before I was aware of International Women’s Day and the women’s rights movement, the 8th of March meant only one thing to me. My gran’s birthday. Grandma Montse was the matriarch of our family and the reason I became a horror writer. She never learnt to read nor write but was a gifted storyteller that spooked young and old with creepy stories passed down through generations. Given the opportunity, I believe she’d have been a reader and a writer. Grandma…

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Interview – Jennifer Allanson

Interview – Jennifer Allanson

So, what about horror specifically made you think ‘This is the genre I want to make films in’? When I was a little kid (about 4 or 5) I used to stealthily watch scary movies from behind the couch, which is pretty creepy on its own. My older brother and cousins would watch scary movies and I wanted in – so this way I got to see saw Child’s Play and The Nightmare on Elm Street without anyone being the…

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