Read this exclusive interview with author Larry Watson about "Let Him Go," the movie adaptation of his Western thriller about love and family bonds.
While horror feasts on the unknown, not everything about the genre must remain a mystery. USA Today’s best-selling atmospheric horror author, Darcy Coates, has kindly agreed to share her experience in writing and publishing her mountain of mystifying material. Whether an avid reader of dark tales or a fellow writer, Coate’s insight and advice is sure to spark your passion for the paranormal and stir your fascination for all things dire, deathly and dreary.
Hulu has officially canceled Castle Rock, meaning it will unfortunately not be returning for a third season. The psychological horror series based on Stephen King's fictional Maine town, Castle Rock, is the latest in a long list of series that Hulu pulled the plug on.
From self-publishing her first horror e-book seven years ago to publishing seventeen titles in America during the same year, Darcy Coates is a steadily growing and fan inspiring name for the horror genre.
When writing, The Stand (published in 1978) - a hugely famous dark fantasy novel in King's repertoire about a pandemic powered by a weaponized version of the flu (does this sound relevant?) - King struggled to continue after reaching the 500 page mark.