by Christopher O’Halloran For years, society decided that apathy was cool. Cynicism was in, and anyone who dared show enthusiasm was a nerd. We lauded figures like Happy Days’s Fonzie, Fight Club’s Tyler Durden, and any character played by James Dean, Steve McQueen, or John Wayne. If you cared about anything or anyone, you had… Continue reading Spotlight from Hell: A Look at Grady Hendrix
by @drthoss, curator of HOWLS book club nominees for July’s “9-5 Horror” category Work has always been seen as a necessary part of life. Even in the Bible, God says to Adam, ‘In the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread, til thou return to the ground.’ A day’s labour was a way of… Continue reading 6 Workplace Horrors (as if the workplace itself wasn’t horrifying enough)
by psyche, curator of HOWLS book club nominees for July’s “Be Still My Heart: The Intersection of Horror and Romance” category Horror romance and romantic horror are small but intriguing subgenres that don’t get a ton of attention, but there’s some really interesting ground to tread in stories where love and fear intersect. As a big… Continue reading 6 Romantic Horrors
by C.B. Jones, curator of HOWLS book club nominees for July’s “The Monsters on Nextdoor” category In the middle of the 20th Century, the suburbs emerged as the pinnacle of family living. Close enough to the city to reap its benefits, but far enough away to have a separate set of perks, the suburbs vowed to… Continue reading 6 Horror Stories from the Suburbs
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