Cameron Baker and Mike Thorn talk about everything from influences to current works and future plans.
“Thorn just has a way with description that makes the stories hit the reader hard because you feel like you’re part of the experience.”
Mike Thorn appears to discuss the continuing relevance of H.P. Lovecraft’s fiction, its influence on his own work, and more.
Fifteen critics and filmmakers weigh in on the films that changed how they thought about documentary in this creative nonfiction survey.
“Darkest Hours is a fantastic collection of short horror stories with some of the most unique premises I’ve ever read! Body horror, terrifying visions, and monstrous creatures all make an appearance. The clarity and confidence in the writing made these stories come alive.”
“Heavy metal has always shared a close relationship with the horror genre. From metal grandaddy Black Sabbath’s very name (lifted from Mario Bava’s 1963 anthology film) to the occult aesthetics of black metal and the grisly imagery of death metal, this diverse sonic universe overlaps with horror in varying noteworthy ways. Indeed, I found my gateways into heavy music around the same time I discovered horror fiction and cinema, and it all seemed somehow connected.”