Month: October 2022
Vampire Cinema: The First One Hundred Years
A charming visual guide offers the convincing case that the vampire genre tells us more about who we are than we may think.
Thomas Overlook / October 30, 2022
The Deep House
A suffocating rollercoaster that breathes new life into an enervated subgenre, trapping us into a nightmare that refuses to let go.
Jim Reader / October 28, 2022
Throwing subtlety aside, Hounded is a straight-up lampoon of the kind of snooty toffs that believe the world is their birthright.
Jamie Carruthers / October 26, 2022
Stephen King: A Complete Exploration of His Work, Life, and Influences
With sleek production and sheer enthusiasm peppered throughout, this is an excellent companion to King’s own words on his craft.
Jamie Carruthers / October 12, 2022
The Watkins Book of English Folktales
This reissue, one of the most comprehensive on English folklore ever published, is a gift to the whole world, not just England.
Thomas Overlook / October 5, 2022