To celebrate International Women’s Day today the hilarious horror comedy short SMEAR has been made available in all its gory glory by the talented filmmaker Kate Herron that lady behind the laughs and screams.
Having loved Eric Miller‘s Hell Comes to Hollywood I was more than happy to hear there was a sequel and hoped it would disprove the usual rule of thumb that all follow ups are failures. Thankfully it was brilliant and contained just as many chilling and cruel tales of cinema as the first, making it […]
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.
**Warning: Contains Spoilers** For nine consecutive years, February has marked, Women in Horror Month, a movement that gives a voice to those underrepresented within the horror film industry. The campaign not only equates to actresses and directors but to a breadth of roles within the genre from cinematographers to writers to media personalities.