Hellraising Halloween Question: why is Lemarchand’s puzzle box like the foot injury plantar fasciitis? Because it’ll tear your sole apart. No joke: I’m writing this… Read More »BOOK VERSUS FILM: Hellraiser Halloween Horror Special!
Teens And Reading If you want the teenagers in your life to test the waters of the reading world, you’ll notice that there are quite… Read More »Top 10 Book Genres To Get Your Teens Reading
Happy Halloween! For this Halloween’s Book Versus Film, we’re visiting one of fiction’s premier haunted houses. It has stood for sixty years, and might stand… Read More »BOOK VERSUS FILM: The Haunting of Hill House
It’s Banned Books Week Books have been seen as dangerous since we first started writing them. And in 2019, governments around the world continue to… Read More »Banned Books: Is Your Favourite On The List?
Book Versus Film If you go down to the woods today, you’re sure to encounter one book, two films, three empty graves and foreshadowing to… Read More »BOOK VS FILM: Pet Sematary: Horrifyingly Bad, or Horror Masterpiece?
So, it’s fair to say Netflix’s Bird Box set Twitter tweeting and Facebook and instagram into meltdown! Immediately everyone started sharing opinions and Bird Box-inspired memes, plus… Read More »BOOK VERSUS FILM: Bird Box – Stunning Sci Fi or Bird-brained Blunder?
It’s Halloween, so for this year’s horror-themed Book Vs Film we’re comparing one of the classics. It’s the book that remained on The New York… Read More »BOOK VERSUS FILM: An Epic Study of The Exorcist
We all imagine the homes of our favourite characters, from ‘real world’ characters like Sherlock Holmes, through to the more horrifying like Dracula, or fantasy… Read More »Literary Homes – Which Is Your Favourite?
There must be something about the initials S and K. Not only do they stand for one of the world’s greatest authors, they also apply… Read More »BOOK VERSUS FILM: The Shining – Which Is Better?
1) So, who are you & what have you written? Stephen Gallagher. I started out in SF and horror (Doctor Who, Chimera) and my move… Read More »CRIMINALLY GOOD: interview with Stephen Gallagher, author and screenwriter