31 years ago who would have thought that we would be getting a feature film for Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark?
It may sound crazy but it's true - in the late 70's, the one and only Raul Julia played Dracula!
The Apollo Theater is an iconic location that has entertained generations of fans of music and entertainment. Ted Fox and James Otis Smith's new graphic novel Showtime at the Apollo: The Epic Tale of Harlem's Legendary Theater gives us a delightful look at the location's vast history.
Get ready to spend an enjoyable hour listening to these select Horror Masters such as Stephen King, Ira Levin, Peter Straub, as well as George A. Romero!
If you were fond of the Magic Eye illusions that were all the rage in the early 90's - you just might want to check out this 25th anniversary book.
William Stout has made quite the name for himself over the years and has worked in all manner of fields related to toys, movies, and comic books to name a few. With Insight Edition's Fantastic Worlds - The Art of William Stout they have produced a worthy tome celebrating his lifetime in art!
Halloween is almost upon us and what better way to get in the mood for the big day than by picking up I.N.J. Culbard's new graphic novel entitled Lovecraft? It is a collection of four of the adaptations Culbard has produced and features the likes of At the Mountains of Madness, The Case of Charles Dexter Ward, The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath and The Shadow Out of Time!
If you are visiting this site then you surely have a passing understanding of how much pop culture was changed thanks to George Lucas, Steven Spielberg and others. Watching Skies delves into that from a personal perspective by way of Author Mark O'Connell!
As I have shared in past articles for this site, I really do enjoy reading about history - it's a bonus though when the book is as entertaining as Nathan Hale's Hazardous: Lafayette!
The Faithful Spy is an absolutely engaging history of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, written as well as illustrated by the talented John Hendrix - if you have a moment, check out my review of his new book!