A bi-weekly book podcast dedicated to the deliciously disturbing world of horror fiction
Grady Hendrix joined me once again to talk about his latest novel, How to Sell a Haunted Houses. We talk haunted house stories, killer dolls, adult siblings, generational trauma and much more
Get those TBR lists ready, because I (solo episode) am talking about the books coming out in the next few months that should be on your radar. It's the New Releases episode
It's the end of the year and that's means it's time for me talk to Rachel about the books that made our year this year. Did you have any favorites on our list?
Get ready for some Ho-Ho-Horror book recommendations! We are talking horror stories set during the winter holiday season.
I was joined by Agatha from the She Wore Black Podcast and we are talking creepy dolls. What about them gets under our skin? What's the creepiest doll?
Rachel Harrison is back on the podcast talking about her latest novel, Such Sharp Teeth, her short story collection Bad Dolls, upcoming work, female werewolves, rage, body horror and The Twilight Zone
I was joined once again by Briana Morgan to talk about books set during the spookiest of days... Halloween.
I was joined by Brandon Baker (@bakerreads) to talk all about short horror. Listen to our conversation full of recommendations for creepy stories under 200 pages.
My friend Kristen from Guide to the Unknown is back again, this time to help parse out our feelings about the Amazon movie adaptation of Grady Hendrix's My Best Friend's Exorcism. We both loved the book. How did the movie do? Is TCBY still around?
After some technical difficulties we are up and running.
I was joined by Sonja (ghostlyreads on TikTok) to talk about space horror and basically everything that's terrifying about it.
I was joined by author Clay McLeod Chapman to talk about horror involving grief and his latest book Ghost Eaters.
I was joined by author Nico Bell to talk all about those books that make us feel like those glorious VHS movies we used to get. Stories that fully go ham and aren't scared to get a little ridiculous. We're talking B-horror!
I was joined once again by author David Demchuk to discuss the Faustian Bargain trope in horror. What happens when you make a deal with the devil? How careful do you have to be about what you wish for?
I was thrilled to be joined by author Paul Tremblay. Check out our conversation about The Pallbearer's Club, unreliable narrators, the upcoming M. Night Shyamalan adaptation and more.
You know what time it is. New Releases time! So get comfortable, try to not to struggle too much and let's just talk about all of the exciting new books coming out this year
Quincy came on the show to do our seasonal thing and talk about the perfect books to read in the summer. Apologies for the audio quality on this one. Production on this episode was cursed.
I am moving this week, so I reached back into the recesses of the vault of early episodes and found this gem. I remember it being one of my favorite episodes over one of my favorite topics: survival horror!
What are your favorite survival horror stories that have come out in recent years?
"You can check out anytime you'd like, but you can never leave"
This week Jocelyn joins me again to talk about horror in hotels (and motels and airbnbs etc.) Tell us! Do you have a creepy hotel experience?
We're talking claustrophobic, trapped horror with author and screenwriter Max Booth III. Of course we talk a bit about We Need to Do Something and his upcoming novel Maggot Screaming! Check out our conversation.
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The most notorious mass murder in Ohio’s history happened on the night of April 21, 2016 in rural Pike County. Four crime scenes, thirty-two gunshot wounds, eight members of the Rhoden family left dead in their homes. Two years later a local family of four, the Wagners, are arrested and charged with the crimes. As the Wagners await four back-to-back capital murder trials, the KT Studios team revisits Pike County to examine: crime-scene forensics, upcoming legal proceedings, and the ties that bind the victims and the accused. As events unfold and new crimes are uncovered, what will it mean for all involved? What will it mean for Pike County?
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