THE SCIENCE OF STEPHEN KING: Review by The Horror Hypothesis
After checking out the other "Science of..." offerings by Hafdahl and Florence, I was extremely excited to get to their take on Stephen King novels and this book did not disappoint. This is a fantastic bedside reader and companion piece for any constant reader.
Side by Side Book Review: THE EASTON FALLS MASSACRE: Bigfoot's Revenge by Holly Rae Garcia & Ryan Prentice Garcia
Review by The Horror Hypothesis
“They all want to live ‘in harmony with nature’ before some of them realize, too late, that nature is anything but harmonious” -Max Brooks
I've been mired in a prolonged reading slump over the past few months. Besides ARC’s and the occasional short story, most of my pleasure reads have fallen completely flat. I know I'm far from alone in this slump - this year has kicked most of us into some form...
10 Tips for Starting a Vintage Horror Collection, By The Horror Hypothesis
I’ll admit it, I have a problem.
My name is Donnie and I am a vintage horror bibliomaniac.
The outrageous covers, provocative titles, and wide range of cheesy, but often thought provoking stories. A few years back I found myself drawn into this dark world. Quickly, I spiraled into making routine trips to bookstores all over the country just to satisfy my urge to find the next horribly awesome title for my...
In “Casting Call”, I play the role of a casting agent for hypothetical adaptations of Horror novels.
With the recent debut of HBO’s awesome new mini-series, THE OUTSIDER, I figured I would
start by trying my hand at casting a potential adaptation of King’s most recent novel, THE INSTITUTE. If you haven’t read the novel yet but want to get a quick background on the story, you can check out the side-by-side review of this novel that I did with Sadie right here.
So, here’s how I would cast this:
Note: Every single character isn’t featured in this article. I attempted...