The season of yuletide cheer is upon us: hot beverages in front of a fire, gift exchanges with family and friends, songs in the key of winter. For those of you who prefer to raise your voice in less, shall we say, conventional choruses,… Read More ›
The late 19th and early 20th century was an intriguing and dynamic time for horror fiction. In the wake of the Romantic period, new vistas had been opened in dark fiction with topics touching on ghosts, paranormal science, and the occult,… Read More ›
With just two weeks left until Halloween, we’re ratcheting up the creep factor on Friday Night Features with this week’s featured horror short, To My Mother and Father. This 2010 short written and directed by Can Evrenol starts out innocently enough, when young Jimmy,… Read More ›
Illustration by John Coulthart for Lovecraft’s Monsters, 2014 (via Dark Corner Books).
Abigail Larson, Nightmares of the Alchemist’s Wife, 2012.
Kittens, as winter continues to pound the eastern half of the United States, what could be better than curling up under a blanket with a good book and the wind howling at your windows? Here are nine fabulously spooky stories… Read More ›
A 1934 sketch of the Cthulhu idol by H. P. Lovecraft for friend and collaborator Robert Hayward Barlow. Related Posts: – The Necronomicon-Thin Crust Edition – Dead Cthulu Waits Dreaming: HP Lovecraft Audio Archive – “Night-Gaunts” by H. P. Lovecraft