Alfred Hitchcock

Sight VS Sound

Sight VS Sound

Audio books may not make print obsolete, but they are a growing market that independent authors should consider. Read More »

Improbable Interviews – Adam Roberts

Improbable Interviews – Adam Roberts

I have recently edited a new anthology of science fiction and fantasy stories about fantastical flora. The book, Improbable Botany, features authors who between them have won the Arthur C Clarke, British Science Fiction Association, John W. Camp... Read More »

Three Surreal Horror Happenings, This Week In London

Three Surreal Horror Happenings, This Week In London

Valerie And Her Week Of Wonders, Morgiana, and Psycho with a live orchestra, this week in London! Read More »

3D OR NOT 2D?

3D OR NOT 2D?

This week, Steve shares his love of 3D. How do YOU feel about 3D? Read More »

Retrospective: A Minority Verdict Against Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report

Retrospective: A Minority Verdict Against Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report

Upon release in 2002 the film Minority Report, nominally based on a story by Philip K. Dick, received almost universally ecstatic reviews. I was among the minority of dissenting voices, and what follows, my minority retort Read More »

‘The Birds Is Coming’ (Again) and Rebecca Too

‘The Birds Is Coming’ (Again) and Rebecca Too

Considering the forthcoming new film adaptations of Daphne du Maurier's The Birds and Rebecca, and the shadow of Alfred Hitchcock... Read More »

Review – The Man Who Haunted Himself (Blu-Ray/DVD)

Review – The Man Who Haunted Himself (Blu-Ray/DVD)

The Man Who Haunted Himself is, as the title suggests, both a ghost and a doppelgänger story Read More »

“Nine Horrors and a Dream” by Joseph Payne Brennan

“Nine Horrors and a Dream” by Joseph Payne Brennan

What I enjoy so much about these stories is Mr. Brennan’s economy of word, sense of place and strong mood Read More »

Bates Motel on A & E

Bates Motel on A & E

We’re going to take a break from all the philosophizing for a minute – there’s just too much news in the horror universe right now! We’ll get back to the textbooks soon, I promise. Amazing Stories will bring you the most curre... Read More »

Special Effects, then and now

Special Effects, then and now

  When Forbidden Planet came back out way back in 1956, it was on the cutting edge of animation, and lots of people were talking about how it showed things on film which hadn’t been seen before. It’s the story of how explorers find a man shipwre... Read More »

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