Time for my regular plug for one of my favourite magazines. SCREAM issue 26 is now available and, as usual, it’s packed with some great stuff. Highlights this issue include an excellent piece on the video nasty furore which swept the UK in the early 1980s, a couple of Walking Dead interviews, a feature about the horror movies of Vincent Price, and a look back at Army of Darkness written by a member of the crew who worked on the movie.
You can get hold of a copy from the website. UK readers can find the magazine at all branches of HMV and Forbidden Planet, or from any of the newsagents listed here. SCREAM is also now available digitally with the launch of the cunningly titled iSCREAM! Click here to find out more.
Issue 7 of SCREAM Magazine is now available (did you see their great quote gracing the UK cover of THEM OR US, by the way?). As usual, there’s lots of great stuff inside, including interviews with Robert Englund, Rutger Hauer and Simon Oakes – CEO of Hammer Films.
Visit the website to order a copy (click here) or, if you’re in the UK, you can now pick up SCREAM from your nearest branch of FORBIDDEN PLANET.
Hope to see some of you tomorrow at Forbidden Planet in London where I’ll be signing DOG BLOOD on the day of its UK release. I’ll be there from 6pm – 7pm.
More information here…
And stay tuned UK readers, for a DOG BLOOD giveaway at the end of the week. In the meantime, don’t forget to read EVERYTHING AND NOTHING, the free prequel to DOG BLOOD. Visit www.thehatertrilogy.com for more details.
I’ll be signing copies of DOG BLOOD on the day of its UK release (17 June) at Forbidden Planet in London. I’ll be there between 6pm and 7pm so please come along and say hello (and buy a book or two!). Click here for more information.