After delving into the dark side of Hollywood Big Time Books return with another amazing anthology of short stories, 18 Wheels of Horror also edited by Eric Miller, this time telling 18 tales revolving around big rig drivers and their ever moving world of truck stops, deliveries and endless empty American freeways.
When I was given the opportunity to review the first episode of a brand new supernatural drama airing on BBC One and Netflix I jumped at the chance and after finishing the first hour of Requiem I can’t wait for the rest to be broadcast.
As I discussed in my review of Gotham: The Complete Third Season, DC hasn’t always had the best track record when it’s come to taking its most popular, famous and kick ass character the one and only Batman (I said it Superman deal with it!) from the comic pages to the screen however there is […]
After closing out the autumn season with our sold-out Yuletide Terror, The Miskatonic Institute of Horror Studies has returned for another semester of classes on horror topics both iconic and arcane and we have been lucky enough to talk to some of the speakers about their favorite horror films.
Film Budgeteers is a new company founded by indie filmmaker and former Roger Corman alumni, Jeff Orgill, who has created an online app which makes the “dark art” of film budgeting, once reserved for the likes of expensive UPM’s and Line Producers, finally accessible to indie filmmakers of all skill levels.