Tweet Happy Thursday! For a minute there I almost typed “Wednesday,” but fortunately, this week, it’s actually a day ahead of what I think it is, not a day behind. Anyway, here’s the news of the day: First, She Kills is finally finished, and you can get a limited-release version to take home this weekend! (If you […]
When the weather outside is frightful…these films may prove more or less delightful.
The new Stephen King collection from Fright Rags is almost here, and nine out of ten clowns who hang around in sewers love them!
Tweet I just wanted to post a quick blurb about the upcoming Stephen King book: Full Dark, No Stars. I figured that it would be a cool idea to post info about future releases, much the way upcoming movie trailers get attention on the site. I will be posting any horror fiction news or upcoming […]
Tweet 5. At the Mountains of Madness – H.P. Lovecraft Lovecraft was a struggling author back in his day, but now, more than 70 years after his death, he is almost a god in the horror world. The man invented Cthulhu, the Old Ones, and countless other nameless horrors, and he has spawned hundreds of […]
Tweet Stephen King and vampires have gotten along famously ever since ‘Salem’s Lot hit shelves 35 years ago, and his newest project will further cement that relationship. American Vampire is a DC/Vertigo release with a lofty goal: to reinvent Vampire mythology for America. Any fan of classic horror literature can picture the original vampire: […]
In Brittney-Jade’s first post on The Blood Sprayer, she touched on the sad-but-true topic that horror and TV do not mix. In my years of TV watching, I have begun to realize that when horror does work on network TV, it is not on “horror” shows. Case in point- ‘The X-Files.’
Tweet Let me start this review with two clarifications. The first is that Blockade Billy by Stephen King isn’t technically a novel. It is a novella, but seeing as how it is new Stephen King, and a limited edition press run, I feel that it is more than adequate to be reviewed on the site. […]
Tweet Joe Hill is a very talented writer, something that obviously runs in the family. You may have heard of his father; a man by the name of Stephen King. When you read Hill’s work you can easily pick out some resemblances between the two, but Hill has a voice all his own. Horns is […]