Into the Night: July 2021’s Best Horror Short Fiction and Poetry

Let us guide you through the dark corridors of the best short horror fiction and poetry the internet has to offer in our new monthly series. […]

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August 3, 2021 Books

Down The Road: A Look Back At The Second Season Of HBO’s The Hitchhiker

For our Small Screen Horror series, Shawn M. Garrett takes a close look at the second season of HBO’s 1980s horror anthology series The Hitchhiker. […]

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July 28, 2021 On Screen

Into the Night: April 2021’s Best Horror Short Fiction and Poetry

Let us guide you through the dark corridors of the best short horror fiction and poetry the internet has to offer in this new monthly series. […]

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May 6, 2021 Books

A Single Point of Light: The Lost Mystery of Faces in the Window

Pseudopod editor Shawn M. Garrett continues his ongoing series about the history of horror audio with an investigation into the lost TV show Faces in the Window. […]

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April 14, 2021 Miscellaneous, On Screen

Small Screen Horror: The Ghoulish Delights of Venturing ‘Way Out

For our Small Screen Horror series, let’s revisit the semi-lost classic horror anthology series ‘Way Out, hosted by Roald Dahl. […]

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April 1, 2021 On Screen

Midnight Movies: Riding The Midnight Meat Train

This underappreciated 2008 movie adaptation of the Clive Barker short story still exudes a dark and compelling power. […]

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March 16, 2021 On Screen

Phantom Wavelengths: Three Tales of Invisible Color

Continuing her series on color in horror, Chelsea Davis explores three fictional uses of invisible hues from Bierce, London, and Lovecraft. […]

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February 17, 2021 Books

The Chiming of the Witching Hour: Dreadful John at Midnight

In his first entry in an ongoing series about the history of horror audio, Shawn M. Garrett uncovers the backstory of Dreadful John at Midnight. […]

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February 10, 2021 Miscellaneous

Fear in a Handful of Syllables: The Magnus Archives

Alasdair Stuart, voice of Peter Lukas, dives deep into how the story structure of beloved horror podcast The Magnus Archives is something akin to a magic trick. […]

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February 4, 2021 Miscellaneous

By Ghosts, For Ghosts: Pandemic-Era Virtual Horror Theater

Immersive and interactive horror theater is a form of entertainment uniquely suited to our pandemic existence, and beyond. […]

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January 27, 2021 Miscellaneous

Color in Horror: The Grim Rainbow of American Gothic Fiction

How does a non-visual form of storytelling make a visual phenomenon both vibrant and disturbing? Chelsea Davis explores the use of color in horror fiction in this essay series. […]

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January 26, 2021 Books, On Screen

On The Road: A Look Back At HBO’s The Hitchhiker

For our Small Screen Horror series, Shawn M. Garrett takes a close look at the first season of HBO’s 1980s horror anthology series The Hitchhiker. […]

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January 19, 2021 On Screen