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Horror BiWeekly Bulletin: True Fiction, The Chill, etc.

The Horror BiWeekly Bulletin serves to give you the highlights on horror for the current and previous week. Notes about new releases in books, movies, and games when possible. We also have a fresh guest post prompt every week.

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A Horror Funny

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Horror Movies

True Fiction

True Fiction

Burn Your Idols

Starring: Sara GarciaJohn CassiniJulian Black Antelope

A young writer gets a job assisting her favourite horror writer, but she finds herself participating in an out-of-control psychological experiment.

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Horror Books

The Chill by Scott Carson

The Chill book cover

In this terrifying thriller, a supernatural force—set in motion a century ago—threatens to devastate New York City.

Far upstate, in New York’s ancient forests, a drowned village lays beneath the dark, still waters of the Chilewaukee reservoir. Early in the 20th century, the town was destroyed for the greater good: bringing water to the millions living downstate. Or at least that’s what the politicians from Manhattan insisted at the time. The local families, settled there since America’s founding, were forced from their land, but they didn’t move far, and some didn’t move at all…

Now, a century later, the repercussions of human arrogance are finally making themselves known. An inspector assigned to oversee the dam, dangerously neglected for decades, witnesses something inexplicable. It turns out that more than the village was left behind in the waters of the Chill when it was abandoned. The townspeople didn’t evacuate without a fight. A dark prophecy remained, too, and the time has come for it to be fulfilled. Those who remember must ask themselves: who will be next? For sacrifices must be made. And as the dark waters begin to inexorably rise, the demand for a fresh sacrifice emerges from the deep…

Check out Gracie’s review of The Chill on the 27th!

Also Recently Released

How Pale the Winter Has Made Us by Adam Scovell

Goodreads Giveaway

Glimpse by Jonathan Maberry

Harleen by Stejpan Sejic

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Horror News on the Web

The Guardian does not have a high opinion of Brahms: The Boy 2 – check out their review

What’s streaming in horror right now? Check out Polygon and see!

Crypt TV speaks about the evolving streaming platform and the need for women in horror spaces

Apparently this post believes that subtitles should never be used because “people just don’t like them”. We beg to disagree.

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Horror Guest Posts Call

This week, for our guest post we would like to focus a little…lower on the body. Specifically the vagina. Give us a 500+ words about vagina horror. Tentacles will win you an imaginary cookie.

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Horror Cover of the Week

You can also check out Gracie’s review here!

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