Books

It’s time for another addition of Book Vs Movie—and this time we are taking on the granddaddy of “true” horror fiction, The Amityville Horror. Both the book and the subsequent film marked a new turn in horror and both are remembered fondly for their impact to the haunted house genre.

This month’s Book Vs. Movie plays out a little different for CC and Jayson – the duo decided on the infamous and always controversial The Shining.

Here at Bloody Good Horror we’ve never shied away from controversy or giving you our honest opinions regardless of the outcome.

Often times, the movie that plays in your head while you're reading a good book can be better than any film you've seen before. With that in mind, I have paired some of February 2016's movie releases (theatrical or VOD), and books that are better than or just as good as the films.

Often times, the movie that plays in your head while you're reading a good book can be better than any film you've seen before. With that in mind, I have paired some of January 2016's movie releases (theatrical or VOD), and books that are better than or just as good as the films.

Everyone's been suggesting this or mentioning it, so for December we're checking out Head Full of Ghosts!

Head Full of Ghosts - Paul Tremblay

Alright! The bookclub is back in action...even in our post Halloween stupor. Let's get spooky again with Nick Cutter's, "The Troop."
 

In preparation for the upcoming Halloween season, September’s bookclub reading is Hell House by Richard Matheson:

Alright you manic bibliophiles, the moment you have all been waiting for is here: I'm elated to share with you that my monthly horror literature podcast, Something Red is set to premiere in September!

August’s pick is The Dark Descent Anthology, edited by David G. Hartwell.