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Anya Martin says, “The easy response is to say horror is especially suited to these times—think of the horror boom which mirrored American hardcore punk in the Reagan ’80s. Or that we need more apocalyptic fiction—make it epic like Stephen King’s The Stand—and more zombies.”
Disney CEO Bob Iger revealed that Pandora: The World of Avatar will open May 27 at Disney’s Animal Kingdom in Orlando, Florida. It, of course, it based on the James Cameron series of films. He also revealed the company plans to open both its yet-to-be-named Star Wars-themed lands at Walt Disney World and Disneyland in 2019.
If you’re on the agent hunt, the Knight Agency is looking for writers!
John Hartness, author, publisher and friend – joins the Guardians of the Geekery to talk about his latest projects and upcoming appearances.
Sue Duff thought it would be easy to destroy Earth. Oh, was she naïve.
Whether you love the original material for nostalgia purposes or for specific qualities that only that adaptation can bring, here are five reboots totally worth checking out.
Sometimes a line comes along that is so cringeworthy you wish it had never assaulted your ears. And yet, you kind of have to show some respect — respect for the person who wrote it and respect for the actor who said it while keeping a straight face.
Ellen Datlow has released a call for submissions for an upcoming volume of the Best Horror of the Year series, to include material published in 2017.
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