My newest short story is up on Tor.com’s page. It’s about a guy walking to work and trying to deal with typical issues like obnoxious co-workers, rivers of blood, and faceless monsters. Check it out!
There’s a long history in the movies of investigating killers from a close perspective. One of the first was Fritz Lang’s M, a film that followed a child murderer played by the great Peter Lorre as he tried evading discovery and punishment, and the sub-genre has continued strong ever since. While movies can’t depict the […]
Horror and comedy can make for pleasant bedfellows for reasons that aren’t immediately clear. It may have something to do with our customary reactions to surprise. Jokes, witticisms, even prank-falls and slapstick all depend on an element of shock. A character uses the wrong word or behaves in a way wildly inappropriate for a given […]
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