What would October be without someone talking about Stephen King’s stories and movies – this time it’s me! It was very exciting, and great fun, to visit The Constant Reader podcast to talk with Richard about King’s fascinating short story “Crouch End” as well as London horror more generally and my upcoming book Death Lines: … Continue reading Talking Crouch End, Death Lines and London Horror with”The Constant Reader”
I had the great pleasure of appearing again on A Year In Horror for their podcast on 1992. What London Horror film came out in 1992? The controversial and devastatingly beautiful Bram Stoker’s Dracula. The film may insist on the Gothic Novel in the title, but it has a bit of a love-hate relationship with … Continue reading A Year in Horror 1992
On November 1st, join the London Fortean Society for a double bill of British Horror Cinema as we look at the city’s dark cinematic street and how film transformed familiar British landscapes into spaces of terror. One of the guests is – you guessed it – me, talking about my upcoming book Death Lines and … Continue reading Tickets Available for the London Fortean Society’s Night of British Horror
You can now Pre-Order “Death Lines: Walking London’s Horror History” on the Strange Attractor website! You can order a signed copy of London’s first horror walking guide for delivery the day it comes out.
Episode 10 of The London Horror Movie Club is out now! For the final episode of Season 2 we look at a handful of other films where people are trapped in the underground; even if that isn’t a main feature of the film. This includes Godzilla-inspired horror Gorgo, Hammer classic Quatermass and the Pitt, Tobe Hooper’s space-vampire … Continue reading End of LHMC Season 2: “Trapped on the Underground”