Tribesmen by Adam Cesare
Tribesmen was in my May Night Worms box, which featured books with the “final girls” theme. Tribesmen’s cover promises supernatural cannibal horror and boy does it deliver! I don’t want to give anything away that the back of the book doesn’t, so this will be brief.
I used to love staying up with my dad and watching those weird horror movies they only show late at night with lots of gore, guts and half-naked ladies gasping for breath. When I got...
01. The Black Cat (Edgar G. Ulmer, 1934)
02. Prince of Darkness (John Carpenter, 1987)
03. The Unknown (Tod Browning, 1927)
04. The Texas Chain Saw Massacre (Tobe Hooper, 1974)
05. The Mummy (Karl Freund, 1932)
06. Halloween / Halloween II (Rob Zombie, 2007 / 2009)
07. Torso (Sergio Martino, 1973)
08. Frankenstein / The Bride of Frankenstein (James Whale, 1931 / 1935)
09. Loft (Kiyoshi Kurosawa, 2005)
10. A Bay of Blood (Mario Bava, 1971)
11. The Wolf Man (George Waggner, 1941)
12. Corridors of Blood (Robert Day, 1958)
13. The Curse of the Werewolf (Terence Fisher, 1961)
14. Faust (F. W. Murnau, 1926)
15. Opera (Dario Argento, 1987)
16. Revenge of the Creature (Jack Arnold, 1955)
17. L'Inferno (Francesco Bertolini, Adolfo Padovan and Giuseppe de Liguoro, 1911)
18. The Addiction (Abel Ferrara, 1995)
19. The Ghost of...
I have been a fan of literature that challenges me from a young age. It was sometime during my sophomore year in high school that I decided to dip my toes in the obscure waters of philosophy and social sciences. I convinced myself that it was fun and made me look far more evolved than my fellow student body to be reading Nietzsche and Machiavelli rather than actually enjoying some Harry Potter. It wasn’t until my Humanities instructor pulled me aside and attempted to strike up a conversation about an annotated passage from...
May 29, 2019
Thoughts on my first childhood horror (suggestion from author Alan Baxter)
One Halloween, my dad took me and my sisters out trick-or-treating around town. There was one house that always decorated for Halloween and they went all out. My sisters were too scared to go up the small walkway to the porch. We all stood at the entrance and really scoped the place out to see if the candy would be worth the trouble of being scared.
The walkway was surrounded by a makeshift...
2019 Summer Horror Reading Recs
By Ashley S.
You know what I love most about summer? EVERYTHING. I'm just a summer lovin type of gal. But to be a tad more specific, I love reading books that match the season. How else can you get the full experience? If the book describes sweltering conditions, I feel it's only fair that I too am experiencing sweltering conditions!
I've compiled a list of ten books that I think will frighten up your summer. I know, I know, I didn't include...