Issue #3 of Black Infinity Magazine is now available for purchase. The theme for this issue is Body Snatchers! Alien Control, Possession and/or Replacement. As always, it’s bursting at the seams with both new and classic weird/science fiction stories, columns, artwork, pictures and a vintage comic book tale. Every issue begins with an excellent article […]Read More BLACK INFINITY #3 BODY SNATCHERS, ALIEN CONTROL AND REPLACEMENT
I’m excited to announce that I will be contributing a recurring column to a new journal called Dark Infinity. The premiere issue of this periodical is due out this October. It’s going to be a special Deadly Planets issue with each story and column using that as its central theme. Future issues will offer a […]Read More MATT COWAN’S THREAT WATCH COMING TO DARK INFINITY
Reading the odds of how some horror and science fiction novels have of being made into feature films or television series got me to thinking of some I’d like to see make the leap from page to screen. 1. NIGHT THIGS by Michael Talbot – Movie – This novel about a mansion in the Adirondack Mountains […]Read More FOUR BOOKS I’D LOVE TO SEE ON SCREEN
And the winner of Horror Delve’s favorite Sword and Sorcery Movie is…. THE ARNOLD SCHWARZENEGGER CONAN FILMS! Up until about a day ago it had been embroiled in a three way tie with THE LORD OF THE RINGS TRILOGY and EXCALIBUR, but I was saved from having to cast a deciding vote when someone came […]Read More THE RESULTS ARE IN!!
Last month we ran a poll to see which horror television show you were most thankful for. For a while it looked like Rod Serling’s Night Gallery would pull out the win, but in the end The Walking Dead emerged victorious over it and a late surge by Tales from The Dark Side.Read More THE RESULTS OF THE FAVORITE HORROR TV SHOW POLL
If you’ve followed this blog for any length of time, my love for anthologies should have become pretty obvious. This primarily manifests itself in the form of book, but I also love a good anthology horror movies as well. Although they seem to have fallen out of favor these days, that doesn’t stop me from […]Read More ANTHOLOGY FILMS: FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE
If I were making a list of my all time favorite horror movies this list would look significantly different, but here I’m choosing ones that really capture the mood of Halloween for me. 1. HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN (Universal 1944, Director: Erie Kenton, Starring: Boris Karloff, Lon Chaney Jr., John Carradine) – Mad Scientists, Frankenstein’s Monster, […]Read More SIX SINISTER FILMS FOR HALLOWEEN