I’ve been reading Post-apocalyptic literature for years, so I thought I’d try and list what I believe are the best post-apocalyptic novels I have read.
In the late 1970s and early 1980s, Stephen King published a handful of novellas and novels under the pseudonym Richard Bachman
Horror films often speak to contemporary anxieties, a reflection of societal fears and concerns. So it’s interesting to observe how the haunted house sub-genre of horror movies is evolving.
I love a lot of authors, but if I had to choose, my favourite author would undoubtedly be Stephen King
The tension is ratcheted up nicely as …oh boy, something’s not quite right here, segues into hands-over-the face, I-can’t-watch-this, bat-shit crazy.
The Delores Claiborne film adaptation is often considered an underrated classic (of King adaptations anyway), much more of a psychological thriller than straight out horror.
Recently I’ve been thinking a fair amount about the best weapons for surviving the zombie apocalypse
A list of great zombie novels, for some reading inspiration. Some of them are pretty well known, like World War Z – while others are a little more obscure
Mind control, zombie parasites, and Zombie sex puppeteers! The animal kingdom certainly has its fair share of zombie horror stories
Scientists—Probably working in an extinct volcano somewhere, have recently been granted ethical permission to reactivate the brains of the dead