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[Creator Corner]

Halloween Kids Book Kickstarter – Hello! Fat Crow!

Hello! My name is Jason Flowers and I am a comic/kids book artist! I wanted to tell everyone about my latest project, which is a Halloween kids book called: Hello! Fat Crow!. It tells the tale of a little fat crow that ventures to a forgotten graveyard to wake a skeleton named Mister Larry, so

Help Kickstart a Live Tour for Shriekback

Shriekback is a band of nutters from the ’80s, who make music outside the bounds of any easily-defined genre. Like many fans, I first discovered their diverse, haunting, atmospheric, and ultimately, experimental music, through the soundtrack of my favorite film Manhunter, and by extension, becoming my favorite band. With that in mind and the fact

[Bite-sized Horror]

Kickstarter Campaign for Mobile Horror Bookstore

UPDATE — Unfortunately, the Kickstarter campaign failed and a new one has been launched here. It’s been a while since I posted about a horror-related Kickstarter campaign, which is sad because we love Kickstarter ’round here, but in my case at least, I haven’t been keeping up because I don’t have any disposable income that

Help Bring Legends of Cthulhu Retro Toy Line Up from the Depths!

Cthulhu is one of the oldest of all the iconic horror monsters, which is pretty impressive considering the fact that he’s still to this day one of the most relevant and enduring fictional creatures of them all. Originally birthed onto the pages of a 1928 issue of Weird Tales Magazine, Cthulhu was the creation of

Short Film Spotlight: Child Eater; Help Fund the Feature!

It’s not often that I fall in love with a movie based solely on the title. But there are exceptions to that rule. And when you title your movie Child Eater, you immediately become one of those exceptions. Written and directed by Erlingur Thoroddsen, Child Eater hit the festival circuit last year, where it scooped

[Bite-sized Horror]

Kickstarter Love: Nevermind

We absolutely love Kickstarter projects around Halloween Love, we really do. I want to start trying to do my best to help support the horror community more and those projects that I think have great potential. I’ve personally backed Nevermind, a horror video game that knows when you’re scared and reacts accordingly, getting more difficult