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Adam Ley-Lange reviews Roger Corman’s classic (and not so classic) horrors.
David Moody introduces the opening chapter from his vampiric new novel, Strangers.
David Simpson finds echoes of Jean-Philippe Toussaint’s Reticence in his own life.
As the London Horror Festival creeps across the capital, Polis Loizou asks why the genre hasn’t been more popular on the stage.
Featuring new fiction from Toby Litt, Richard Thomas, Pete Segall, Krishan Coupland, Sheila Armstrong and Adam Nevill – plus an interview with Jeff VanderMeer.
In a desolate future, family is everything.
In the cinema, no one can hear you scream.
Skylark and the Bug take their revenge.
Crossing paths with an ancient goddess.
The toys aren’t happy.
Litro talks to the author of the disturbing and thrilling Southern Reach Trilogy.
A few weeks ago we asked you to scare us with your best horror haiku – and now the results are in.