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As a Web & Graphics Designer I have a fascination with all thing arts. Especially the dirtier, grittier side of horror related artwork. I scour the web for the best collections of fan-art, movie posters, and horror genre artists to bring them to you.

Discrimination At The Windsor Ontario Border

Discrimination At The Windsor Ontario Border

Tweet As many of you know for the last six months I have worked extra hard in anticipation of attending FanExpo in Toronto Canada for the first time. Now let me inform all of you why I am not currently there but instead sitting here writing this article after giving myself a couple days to […]




The Hive – Thomas LeBeau

The Hive – Thomas LeBeau

Tweet   Hello Blood Sprayer readers! I have been gone from the site for a long time, due to a number of factors. I have gotten engaged, bought a house, and written a novel in the time since I was last active on here. It is actually the last item on the list that brings […]




Bleedfest’s Women of Horror June 5th Event Lineup Announced!

Bleedfest’s Women of Horror June 5th Event Lineup Announced!

Tweet Bleedfest is a monthly genre film festival that takes place in Los Angeles the festival spotlights female filmmakers. Coming up on June 5th the festival will be hosting the west coast premier of I AM NANCY, produced and starring Heather Langenkamp (Nightmare On Elm Street) and directed by Ariene Marechal. The documentary features footage […]




Win Three Blu-Rays Courtesy Of Magnet And The Blood Sprayer

Win Three Blu-Rays Courtesy Of Magnet And The Blood Sprayer

Tweet In honor of the upcoming theatrical release of Trollhunter on June 10th, Magnet Releasing and The Blood Sprayer have teamed up to give you a chance to win a prize package containing three Magnet Releases on Blu-ray. The prize package includes Blu-ray copies of Monster, Let The Right One In, and The Host. Trollhunter […]




Don’t Bother Locking Your Doors… The Super (2010)

Don’t Bother Locking Your Doors… The Super (2010)

Tweet George Rossi, is an immigrant who served in the Vietnam War, he now spends his days as a Superintendent of a Queens New York apartment building. He soon finds himself falling into the deepest depths of depravity after he is saved by an unexpected tenant and his life of dark secrets start to unravel […]




Scream 4: A Return To Woodsboro (2011)

Scream 4: A Return To Woodsboro (2011)

Tweet December 20th 1996, I was only fourteen years old and I was about to witness the new franchise from master of horror Wes Craven entitled Scream. Little did I know as a young horror fan that I was about to be apart of horror history and was going to be viewing a film that […]




Stephen King and the Silver Screen

Stephen King and the Silver Screen

Tweet Hollywood Reporter just announced that one of the greatest novels of all time (in my humble opinion) is going to be hitting theaters. Warner Bros. and CBS Films are working together to adapt The Stand into a feature film. Nothing is really set when it comes to director, writer, actors, etc. but all the people […]




Sherlock Holmes and the Flying Zombie Death Monkeys

Sherlock Holmes and the Flying Zombie Death Monkeys

Tweet Yes, you read that right. Flying. Zombie. Death. Monkeys. Now, combining Sherlock Holmes with horror/supernatural elements isn’t anything new (if you recall I reviewed a crossover involving Dracula a while back) but I honestly have to say this book is something I never would have expected to exist. Luckily for all of us, Chris […]




(Local) Independent Comic Publisher + Horror = Awesomeness

(Local) Independent Comic Publisher + Horror = Awesomeness

Tweet I have yet another press release from good ol’ MonsterMatt. This dude is probably one of the busiest guys in the genre. Every time I turn around he’s got some new project in the works, and this one looks like it’ll be pretty damn sweet. “Buffalo, NY-based independent comic publisher Zombie Ink Comics is […]




Monstermatt – Bad Monster Jokes Update!

Monstermatt – Bad Monster Jokes Update!

Tweet I recently received an email from good old Monstermatt. It seems as though his ridiculous book of bad jokes, puns and parodies will be relaunched by a new publisher! Congratulations to him, and here’s some info from the press release: “Book publisher Pill Hill Press, has acquired “Monstermatt’s Bad Monster Jokes Vol.1″, written by […]




Knuckle Supper – Drew Stepek

Knuckle Supper – Drew Stepek

Tweet To be quite honest, I didn’t have very high hopes for Knuckle Supper. I’ve never been a fan of the exploitation genre, and in my experience splatterpunk novels tend to trade off talent and plot for unnecessary blood and gore. The synopsis of the story reads: “Los Angeles’ drugs are run by the undead. […]




Full Dark, No Stars – Stephen King

Full Dark, No Stars – Stephen King

Tweet If you didn’t know by now, I am a huge Stephen King fan, so naturally I was stoked when Full Dark, No Stars came out. Yeah, I’m a little late in writing the review (about three weeks late) but this has been a crazy month for me. The book is spectacular; a real return […]




The Variant Effect: Painkiller – G. Wells Taylor

The Variant Effect: Painkiller – G. Wells Taylor

Tweet “So Borland’s plan was to drink the Listerine, get ready to experience the full pain and panic of having his belly muscles cut open, then do something violent and reckless that would likely get him shot. Perfect. His fellow veteran, Captain Hyde, would recognize the little Borland touches.” Now if that doesn’t grab your […]




Update: Jason Dark, Ghost Hunter

Update: Jason Dark, Ghost Hunter

Tweet I recently posted an article about Guido Henkel’s Jason Dark: Ghost Hunter gothic horror series, and I just received an update about it. In order to combat the weak economy, Thunder Peak Publishing has decided to drop the price of the digital multi format of the first volume, Demon’s Night, down to only 99 cents. […]




Overwinter – David Wellington

Overwinter – David Wellington

Tweet Sorry for not posting anything in a while, I’ve been crazy busy. Started a new job recently and that was eating up my time. Anyways, I wanted to give a shout-out to David Wellington’s newest novel, Overwinter. Now, you may remember that I mentioned this a while back in my review of Frostbite, and […]




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