Genre Archive : horror

(Genres are usual for categorising stuff but apart from that they mean very little to me, so you might not agree with what I have listed where)

Oculus
Oculus dir. Mike Flanagan

Tim is about to be released from protective custody. We’re not quite sure what happened him and his sister ten […]

The Book of Apex : Vol 4
The Book of Apex - vol. 4

Part of the Apex Blog Tour hosted by The Little Red Reviewer The problem I always have with reviewing a […]

The man in the picture
The Man in the Picture by Susan Hill

Part of my RIP VIII reading. Oliver is visiting his old Oxford tutor when Theo begins to tell him a […]

Bloodstones
Bloodstones ed. Amanda Pillar

A collection of horror stories, edited by Amanda Pillar. Part of my RIP VIII reading. Table of contents Introduction – […]

The conjuring
The-Conjuring-Poster

Based on the true story. Or so they say. In the 1970s Roger and Carolyn Perron move into a new […]

The Ballad of the Wayfaring Stranger and the Dead Man’s Whore

via Metafilter Inspired by classic American murder ballads and folk songs such as In the pines and Knoxville Girl this […]

Anno Dracula
Anno Dracula by Kim Newman

The last of my RIP reads, and my All Hallows Swap book. What if Van Helsing had lost? What if […]

Always the Same. Till it is Not.
Apex Magazine Issue 41

One of my RIP reads Short story published in Apex Magazine Issue 41 Zombies are everywhere lately. This short story […]

Outcast
Outcast dir. by Colm McCarthy

Part of my RIP Peril Onscreen Fergal and his mother are on the run. They arrive in a rundown block […]

Zoo
Zoo by James Patterson & Michael Ledwidge

One of my RIP reads For years now Jackson Oz has been tracking animal attacks on people. It started out […]

The Little Stranger
The little stranger - Sarah Waters

Read for this year’s RIP event. Part of The Estella Society’s readalong, although a much delayed addition. The story opens […]

The Invisible man
The invisible man - H. G. Wells

Another coursera course book, and another that fits with my reading for this years RIP project & for the 2012 […]