‘Clown in a Cornfield 2: Frendo Lives’ – Cover Art and Synopsis for Adam Cesare’s Slasher Sequel! [Exclusive]

Bram Stoker Award-Winning author Adam Cesare released his original slasher novel Clown in a Cornfield last year, which Bloody Disgusting’s own Meagan Navarro called “a great retro slasher in the guise of Young Adult horror.” Meagan added, “Cesare applies an ’80s style slasher to a modern setting, complete with social relevancy, making the small town […]

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‘The Art of Goosebumps’: New Book Will Spotlight All the Original ‘Goosebumps’ Book Covers!

As important as the R.L. Stine-penned stories themselves, the artwork from Tim Jacobus for that original run of Goosebumps books helped moved the terror tales off shelves like hotcakes, and a brand new book headed our way this year will put the spotlight on that classic art. Dynamite Entertainment will release Beware: The Art of Goosebumps on November 30! “Featuring tons […]

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‘Jurassic Park: The Ultimate Visual History’ Promises the Most Comprehensive Book on the Original Trilogy Ever Made

While we wait for the franchise to return first with “Camp Cretaceous” Season 4 and then with Jurassic World: Dominion, a new book on the original Jurassic Park has just been unleashed. Written by James Mottram, Jurassic Park: The Ultimate Visual History is available now! “Jurassic Park: The Ultimate Visual History will be the last […]

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‘Halloween Kills’ – What Can We Expect from the Extended Cut? The Novelization May Answer That Question

Ahead of the January 11, 2022 release on DVD, Blu-ray and 4K Ultra HD (plus a Best Buy Steelbook!), David Gordon Green’s Halloween Kills will be released Digitally on December 13, 2021, with an “Extended Cut” of the movie being previewed by Amazon. In all likelihood, this new extended version of the sequel to Halloween […]

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The ‘Halloween Kills’ Novelization Drops a Very Unexpected “Cult of Thorn” Connection

At the time of writing this article I am 200 pages into writer Tim Waggoner‘s Halloween Kills, the official novelization of David Gordon Green’s sequel. As Waggoner recently explained in an interview with our own Jason Jenkins, “I was able to write it pretty much from the script,” which is usually how these sorts of […]

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R.L. Stine’s Upcoming “Stinetinglers” Collection Features 10 Brand New Horror Stories!

Much like Stephen King, R.L. Stine never stops writing, and while the Goosebumps franchise continues going strong, a brand new collection of spooky tales is on the way soon. Entertainment Weekly has announced Stinetinglers today, an upcoming book that’s packed with “all new stories by the master of scary tales.” Ten of them, in fact! […]

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Encyclopocalypse Launches ‘Daily Grindhouse’ Literary Imprint With ‘Landis: The Story of a Real Man on 42nd Street’

Bloody Disgusting has learned that Encyclopocalypse Publications, the company founded by Saturn and Rondo Award-winning writer/producer Mark Alan Miller (Nightbreed: The Director’s Cut, BOOM! Studios’ Hellraiser comics), is partnering with genre site DailyGrindhouse.com to launch a new imprint to publish both fiction and nonfiction books related to exploitation cinema, kicking off with a first-of-its kind […]

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‘Halloween Kills’: The Novelization – Writer Tim Waggoner on How the Book Expands Upon and Differs from the Movie [Interview]

With the recent release of David Gordon Green’s Halloween Kills still delighting and frustrating viewers in equal measure, there’s perhaps no better way for horror readers to usher in every genre fan’s favorite holiday than by giving the upcoming Halloween Kills novelization a peek. Penned by Tim Waggoner and boasting a fleshed out version of […]

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Stephen King and Richard Chizmar’s New Book ‘Gwendy’s Final Task’ Connects to ‘The Dark Tower’?

The final book in the Gwendy’s Button Box trilogy, the cover art for Stephen King and Richard Chizmar‘s Gwendy’s Final Task has been revealed, and it sure is getting King fans talking. Yes, that is indeed the Dark Tower pictured on the cover you can see in full down below, and it sounds like the […]

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Xenomorph Hybrids Will Be Unleashed in Next Year’s Novel ‘Aliens vs. Predators: Rift War’

On the way from Titan Books next year is a brand new Aliens/Predator mashup book, this one titled Aliens vs. Predator: Rift War and releasing in the early summer of 2022. The 352-page book is being written by Weston Ochse and Yvonne Navarro. In this new tale… “The planet LV-363 teems with exotic life, including […]

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How the ‘Halloween’ Young Adult Novels from the ’90s Surprisingly Parallel the Current Films

I have a deep love of horror novelizations and tie-ins. I’ve written about them several times. Anything that expands the story beyond the films, even for a franchise as largely simplistic as Halloween or Friday the 13th, I’m there. That love started in a very specific place, when I walked into Mr. Paperback with my dad in 1998 and […]

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‘The Collector’: John Fowles’ Novel Gets a Stunning Limited Edition Release from Suntup Editions

Suntup Editions has announced a brand new signed limited edition of The Collector by John Fowles, featuring a new exclusive introduction by Bradford Morrow, and six illustrations by David Álvarez. The edition is highly limited with a very low print run, and is now available for pre-order here. “Hailed as the first modern psychological thriller, […]

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The Official ‘Halloween Kills’ Movie Novelization Will Be Released on October 26th

Now playing in theaters and now streaming on Peacock, David Gordon Green’s polarizing sequel Halloween Kills is also getting an official novelization, and it’s coming this month. Halloween Kills: The Official Movie Novelization is out October 26, 2021! In this year’s brand new sequel to Halloween 2018… “Minutes after Laurie Strode, her daughter Karen, and granddaughter Allyson […]

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[Review] New Book ‘Puppet Master Complete: A Franchise History’ is an Exhaustive Must Own

In the introduction to his new book Puppet Master Complete: A Franchise History, author Nat Brehmer asks a question that will no doubt be on the minds of many: why Puppet Master? Even fans of the series have to admit that it’s a pretty good question. It is not one of the big franchises, has […]

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