Category: Horror

An Audio Adaptation Of Clive Barker’s The Hellbound Heart Is On The Way

Before Hellraiser came The Hellbound Heart, Clive Barker’s horror novella that ultimately laid the foundations for Pinhead and his army of Cenobites. Initially released in 1986, the spine-chilling yarn was actually the third installment in the Night Visions anthology series, and it wasn’t until the following year that Barker and Doug Bradley (Pinhead) began formulating an […]

Crosley Radio Players to present ‘Sorry, Wrong Number’ on Feb. 9

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The Hidden Webpage

        Excellent Episode from one of my favorite Podcasts. Hope you enjoy it


Audio Horror Series Tales from Beyond the Pale Season 4 Now Available

The audio horror series known as Tales from Beyond the Pale from Glass Eye Pix has released its fourth season, and it makes for the perfect spooky soundtrack as we head toward Halloween! If you’re a fan of audio dramas, you’ll definitely want to read on for the details. From the Press Release:Glass Eye Pix, […]


TIH 140: Betty Rocksteady on Like Jagged Teeth, Bizarro, and Arachnophile

About Betty Rocksteady Betty Rocksteady is your everyday Canadian weirdo with a leaning towards the macabre and grotesque. Besides writing violent and sexual and just plain weird fiction, she does black and white horror illustration. Her debut novella, Arachnophile, was part of Eraserhead Press’ 2015 New Bizarro Authors Series. If you’ve been dying to read about […]

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Inner Sanctum Mysteries

The anthology series featured stories of mystery, terror and suspense, and its tongue-in-cheek introductions were in sharp contrast to shows like Suspense and The Whistler. The early 1940s programs opened with Raymond Edward Johnson...