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Stereolab's Morgane Lhote Talks Video Games, Daft Punk and New Project Hologram Teen

Rachel Mason | Posted 06.13.2016 | Arts
Rachel Mason

Morgane Lhote, long-term Stereolab keyboardist during the band's pivotal years, releases solo material under the moniker Hologram Teen. Her new single...

Case of the Hatewatch 1: Penny Dreadful

Mawuena Akyea | Posted 06.02.2016 | Arts
Mawuena Akyea

The Hatewatch is a unique phonemoenon. It usually starts midway into a series, when it suddenly hits you: the show that you thought was so good and so...

This SFX Artist Is Taking 'Choose Your Own Adventure' To A New Level

Marisa Bruch | Posted 05.26.2016 | HuffPost Live 321
Marisa Bruch

Ever wish you could go back to the days of 'choose your own adventure'? Those books were the BEST, except when you took a wrong turn and the book was over after 3 choices...

The Seduction of Lesbian Vampires or How I Learned to Stop Stressing And Love the Red Carpet

Joanna Perry-Folino | Posted 05.25.2016 | Entertainment
Joanna Perry-Folino

Call me crazy but I really hate walking the red carpet at the Emmy's or even worse, the Academy Awards. I walked it once and swore I'd never do it aga...

Guinevere Turner Joins "Capitol Hill"

Wes Hurley | Posted 05.19.2016 | Queer Voices
Wes Hurley

Lesbian film luminary, Guinevere Turner guest stars in the brand new episode of Capitol Hill. Waxie Moon returns as Roses Smell in need of much therapy.

Pearry Teo on "Curse of Sleeping Beauty" film, TV series

Marc N. Kleinhenz | Posted 05.16.2016 | Arts
Marc N. Kleinhenz

Pearry Teo has made a name for himself not only as the first Singaporean director to break through in Hollywood, but also for his particular variation...

Friday the 13th: 13 Highest-Grossing Horror Films

GOBankingRates | Posted 05.13.2016 | Entertainment
GOBankingRates

By Andrew DePietro, Staff Writer Friday the 13th is here and that means fear and superstition is on people's minds. The holiday is so well known and ...

Slasher Movies, Catholic Guilt And Friday The 13th

Tom Cramer | Posted 05.13.2016 | Fifty
Tom Cramer

On May 9, 1980, the movie 'Friday the 13th' was released. I was 15-years-old, and you had to be 17 to get into an R-rated film.

Thimblerigger

Mandy Jackson-Beverly | Posted 05.11.2016 | Books
Mandy Jackson-Beverly

Flipping through emails, I noticed one from author John Hudspith with an invitation to read his latest literary horror fictional novel, Thimblerigger. Sleep had not been my friend for weeks, so I opened the attachment and began to read figuring I couldn't feel much darker.

9 Simple Lessons for Writing Effective Horror Screenplays

ScreenCraft | Posted 05.05.2016 | Entertainment
ScreenCraft

This Post originally appeared on the blog ScreenCraft. ScreenCraft is dedicated to helping screenwriters and filmmakers succeed through educational ev...

Here's An Exclusive Clip Of Adrián García Bogliano's Horror-Thriller 'Scherzo Diabolico'

The Huffington Post | Carolina Moreno | Posted 05.04.2016 | Latino Voices

Spanish director Adrián García Bogliano's latest horror film, "Scherzo Diabolico," is all about how far a man will go for the life he wants and how ...

INTERVIEW: Jeremy Saulnier & Anton Yelchin on Green Room

Zaki Hasan | Posted 04.28.2016 | Entertainment
Zaki Hasan

After making a splash with the crowdfunded 2013 thriller Blue Ruin, writer-director Jeremy Saulnier's next project is an even darker dive, the surviva...

Music Medicine

Christina Oxenberg | Posted 02.29.2016 | Comedy
Christina Oxenberg

Just as with life itself sometimes town doesn't deliver what you're looking for. Sometimes it delivers what you need. A bat to the gut, something hard...

Midnight Meat Training

Kelly Hughes | Posted 02.24.2016 | Entertainment
Kelly Hughes

When you're making a movie, fake blood is fun. But real blood isn't. Back in the 80s, I worked for a butcher. One night only. My job? Cleaning blood...

'Interior Darkness,' A Conversation with Peter Straub

Mark Rubinstein | Posted 02.16.2016 | Books
Mark Rubinstein

Peter Straub needs no lengthy introduction. As a novelist and poet, he has received many literary honors including the Bram Stoker Award, the World Fantasy Award, and the International Horror Guild Award.

'Jeruzalem' of Gold This Is Not

Nancy Cohen-koan | Posted 02.01.2016 | Entertainment
Nancy Cohen-koan

If you've never been to Israel, the apocalyptic film Jeruzalem may not be the best introduction to the Middle East, but it sure is a great travelogue for the ancient city.

WiSHCon Enters the Convention Industry, Looks to Break Down Barriers for Women

Alex Lyman | Posted 01.20.2016 | Entertainment
Alex Lyman

The entertainment industry has become increasingly interactive between creators, actors, and fans. Between social media and the various conventions an...

Horror Novels: Women Write Them Too

Kristen Houghton | Posted 01.18.2016 | Books
Kristen Houghton

There has always been a misconception about how authors of certain genres should look. Romance? Sweet, pretty, and passionate about falling in love. Erotica? Sexy, eyes filled with hot sexual passion, and slightly devilish. Horror? Grim, dangerous, attractive but scary.

CES 2016 and Kids: Five Trends to Keep an Eye On

David Kleeman | Posted 01.14.2016 | Media
David Kleeman

There's been fear that virtual reality is unsuited to developing children, but as that myth fades, Dubit researched young people's comfort, safety, engagement and interests around VR. Not surprisingly, they loved it.

Why Stephen King is My Favorite Undead Author

Kara Post-Kennedy | Posted 01.04.2016 | Books
Kara Post-Kennedy

Last night, as I crawled into bed with a cup of tea and The Bazaar of Bad Dreams, the latest tome from my #onetruelove Stephen King, I had not only a wonderful sense of anticipation, but also of serenity.

How Trump Vs. Cruz Is Like Freddy Vs. Jason

Matthew Filipowicz | Posted 12.03.2015 | Comedy
Matthew Filipowicz

In a TMFS sketch, we discuss how choosing between Donald Trump, Ted Cruz or any of the Republican candidates is like choosing between Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees.

Review: Lost After Dark

Philip David Morton | Posted 10.29.2015 | Entertainment
Philip David Morton

A fun throw back to the horror movies of the 1980s, Lost After Dark is the first feature by Ian Kessner, a horror film aficionado whose movie delivers on the promise of a squad of high school kids getting what they deserve.

Ghosts in the House

K. Ford K. | Posted 10.29.2015 | Impact
K. Ford K.

Our family home was for sale. The proud Victorian house with its gingerbread and fancy, eye-shaped windows was built high up on the mountainside and looked down over the mining town in the valley below. As I drove up the gravel road, I knew that this was to be my last visit.

The Tell-Tale Tooth

Lisa Smith Molinari | Posted 10.28.2015 | Comedy
Lisa Smith Molinari

I was nervous, dreadfully nervous. True, the tooth had haunted me both day and night, but my senses were only sharpened, not destroyed. I was certainly not mad! In fact, my awareness was so acute as to render me excruciatingly sane.

9 Page-Turners Sure to Give You a Fright This Halloween

Kirkus | Posted 10.27.2015 | Books
Kirkus

"Though there's something of an inside joke happening on every page, Mitchell serves up a story that wouldn't be out of place alongside The Turn of the Screw. Ingenious, scary, and downright weird." At the end of life, does a writer's every word flash before his or her eyes?