Every great story needs an origin story and what Clark has done here with Dead Woman Scorned (the follow-up book to his quite brilliant The Patience of a Dead Man) is something down right masterful. Not only has Clark been able to develop and add to his existing story of Tim and Holly – he’s
Tag: Ghost Stories
There are some books that come across your path as a writer that you’ll keep returning to time-and-time again, these books are your inspiration, your teaching texts, books that you feel are written in such a way that to emulate how they are written to learn from them in some way will aid your own
‘If you see one, stay down, and stay quiet.’ Nothing is as it seems in L.G. Vey’s ‘Holt House’. A novella of the uncanny – horror and the weird, Vey weaves of tale that is more than surface level eeriness. The origin of ‘Holt House’ is as intriguing as its content. The novella was originally
Melmoth by Sarah Perry is a beast of a novel – a great hulking monster lurking in a bleak but beautifully constructed Gothic landscape. The horrors concealed in the pages of this book are waiting to lay their cold hands around the readers throat, once they get you they will pull you into the gloom
Guilt is a tricky thing that can undo a person entirely. From Poe’s Tell Tale Heart, to Christian Bale’s staggeringly thin Machinist, the idea of guilt and the things that it can do to a person, has been central to horror. The power of guilt drives the plots of so many horror films, from Don’t
STORGY will be rounding up some hot off the press trailers for you all to get your viddies on – a nice splash of comedy, horror and sports this week! Tally Ho! Synopsis: The film will be a prequel that will focus on the events that lead up to the very first Purge event.