ONE OF US has its heart in the right place, but the kitchen-sink approach to resolution rushes the overall experience into disappointment.
As a screenwriter, David McGillivray was behind some of the most notorious fright films to come out of Britain in the 1970s. Decades later, he got up to even more sordid stuff. Now the truth is finally being told in a new book.
For more than 15 years now, Kirner has been amassing some of the most impressive franchise collectibles in a private non-profit collection and has decided to share them in this new book.
Tomb of the Spine-Tingling Tome #2: Five Post-Halloween Reads to Keep the Jack O’Lanterns of Your Imagination Aglow
With Halloween in our taillights, why not continue to enjoy the unique, mind-possessing heebie-jeebies and sinister flights of fancy only the written word can deliver?
Welcome to Tomb of the Spine-Tingling Tome, a new column exploring the darkest corners of literature. For this inaugural edition, the Tomb is focusing on some seriously spooky, perception-scrambling LGBT-authored and/or -friendly reading material.