Scary reads are the best reads! Take a deep dive into our horror content to find recommendations for the best horror books out there–just don’t forget to put them in the freezer before you go to bed.
If King is the only Maine horror author you've read, we're here to introduce you to some new authors who've written horror books set in Maine.
A look at the juxtaposition of awe and fear, of the beautiful and the terrible, at the heart of the sublime and in Tim Lebbon's horror eco thriller EDEN.
Add outstanding YA horror books to your summer TBR for thrills and chills.
There’s no need to wait until October to read horror books for book clubs. These are our favorite scary books with lots to discuss and plenty of frights.
What would a comics anthology following the progression of vampire lore from the ancient world to modern takes look like? Find out here.
It is one of the oldest genres in literature, dating back to ancient times. Let's explore some of the most popular horror subgenres.
Why do we have such a strong reaction to kids acting out in devious ways? We're taking a look at that special brand of terror: creepy kids in horror.
They're alluring, dangerous, fanged, and they've given us some great classic and contemporary stories. Take the quiz and find your next vampire novel!
The horror-tinged reading one Rioter has found to be calming during the pandemic.
Some prefer comforting tales, but this reader prefers the macabre, get to know the genre, the brains behind it, and fun facts with these books about horror.
Here's the thing: w*ndigos just aren't for us. They aren't a scary monster for us to use in our stories and claim as our own.W*ndigos just aren't for white people. They aren't a scary monster for us to claim and use in our stories. Here are alternative scary folklore creatures.
From fictional horror stories to recommendations for your next horror read, it's always a good time to listen to these horror fiction podcasts!
The Alien franchise has developed a significant literary canon to expand upon the film universe. Look at the past, present, and future of these books.
So, why are so many scary books set in Maine? One reader takes at a look at the history and lore of the "sinister state of pine and brine."
One reader's journey to find queer characters in horror, taking a look at the dearth of queer representation in horror lit, its rare finds, and its evolution.