The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970) is, without doubt, my favourite Roger Moore movie. In fact, not only is it my all time favourite Roger Moore movie, but I would even go as far as to say that it is … Read More
I was very saddened to hear of the death of Sir Roger Moore yesterday, at the age of 89. Coming right after the despicable, disgusting terrorist attack in Manchester – to all whose people my thoughts and deep condolences … Read More
The Horror Writers Association (HWA) is the premier organisation for writers and publishers of horror and dark fantasy throughout the world.
A non-profit body, one of the Horror Writers Association’s primary goals is to encourage public interest in, and generate … Read More
The Manitou is Graham Masterton’s debut novel and was written in 1976. Many fans regard this horror classic – which was later made into a film starring Tony Curtis – as their all time favourite Masterton book.
The Manitou tells … Read More
Having always been a BIG fan of the Universal monster movies (in fact, they were my first real introduction to horror, as I watched these avidly as a kid), I am really pleased to see that they have finally released … Read More
Being a BIG Stephen King fan, I was really excited to hear that he has collaborated on a new book with his son Owen. The book is called Sleeping Beauties and, according to Amazon, will be released on 26 September … Read More
Rebecca, published in 1938, is probably Daphne Du Maurier’s most loved and most famous novel. I read it a few years ago and, along with the many thousands of other Du Maurier fans, enjoyed it immensely.
Rebecca is still … Read More
If you are as big an 80s horror movie fan as I am (and I don’t just mean the slashers that were so rife in that decade), then here is a list of 5 classic 80s horror films you should … Read More
I have just watched what must be the worst – and I mean the WORST – Jack The Ripper movie I have ever seen.
The movie is called Ripper and it’s basically about a young writer, Ruth Walker, who is … Read More