I would like to think that someone is pulling an early April Fool's stunt on us, but suppose that's too much to hope for. MTV's Teen Wolf - a remake of the Michael J. Fox film - begins on June 5th
A poster has been released for Red Lights, the upcoming film from Buried director Rodrigo Cortés, that should spark some interest. The film stars Robert De Niro as a psychic being investigated by a psychologist (Sigourney Weaver).
Tales of hauntings occupy a unique space in the realm of storytelling. Whether they are being told by close friends around dying autumn campfires, whispered by children under blankets after the lights are extinguished, or shared by relatives at a traditional holiday gathering, accounts of ghosts almost always explicitly acknowledge a lack of belief on the part of the audience.
David R. Castillo’s study announces itself as a ‘gallery of horrors’ curated from Early Modern literature, akin to the Wunderkammern (cabinets of curiosities) assembled by Renaissance collectors...
The European premiere of the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society's production of The Whisperer in Darkness is coming Friday, 1 April 2011 at the Belfast Horror Film Festival...
Join celebrated writers Jeremy Dyson (League of Gentlemen, Ghost Stories) and Ramsey Campbell (The House on Nazareth Hill, Grin of the Dark) at Waterstones in Liverpool ONE as they each read a deliciously dark tale of the macabre between 6-7pm on Wednesday 30 March.
Perhaps like many lovers of the Gothic, the first time I came across the Gothic novel was by reading Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey as a teenager. Against my better judgment, I found myself attracted to the character of the risqué and socially gregarious Isabella Thorpe rather than to the naive Catherine Moorland whom Isabella ‘corrupts’ in Bath by introducing her to the pleasure of reading Gothic fiction and men. I read The Mysteries of Udolpho (1794) by Ann Radcliffe and then The Monk (1796) by Matthew Lewis. But the reading list of novels that Isabella recommends to Catherine, I coul
We're delighted to announce that Sue Zlosnik, Professor of Gothic Studies at Manchester Metropolitan University, will be coming to Stirling to speak on Patrick McGrath this Wednesday, March 23, 2011.