The Film School Rejects share their favorite film adaptations of “paperbacks from hell.” “If you’ve ever read a book that has a skeleton on the cover perhaps playing the banjo, riding a tricycle, working as a doctor, dressed for a wedding, or just straight up being a jack-in-the-box, […]
NPR shares a list of excellent horror stories. Readers sent in 7,000 stories and judges Tananarive Due, Grady Hendrix, Ruthanna Emrys and Stephen Graham Jones winnowed them down to a list of 100. “As with our other reader polls, this isn’t meant to be a ranked or comprehensive […]
Patrick Lung Kong and Tsui Hark discuss their work together and Lung’s influential film, The Story Of A Discharged Prisoner (1967), during a retrospective of Lung’s work. ‘Protesters called “and said ‘Burn that film, burn it!’” Lung Kong said. The timing was off, with Hong Kong embroiled in […]
With the US release of Juno Mak’s Rigor Mortis, Grady Hendrix decides it’s time to revisit the hopping vampire movies of yore.
Driven from its village by cruel Ch’ing officials, Kaiju Shakedown has spent years righting wrongs and secretly training in the world of martial arts. Now Kaiju Shakedown returns to us, using an improved No Shadow Fist to write about Asian cinema at Film Comment.
At Tor.com, Grady Hendrix rereads Stephen King’s IT: