January 30, 2020 • Fiction: Horror & Paranormal, Fiction: MG & YA
Imagine you're a struggling astronaut, tasked with trailblazing research on Mars, but as you go about your work, you’re plagued with questionable hallucinations of your past and future that slowly eat away at your sanity. If that concept doesn’t sound horrible enough, throw in some good ol’ tentacle wielding, sentient plant monsters straight out of Lovecraft’s Cthulhu mythos, and you’ve got yourselves the concept for Moons of Madness.
Indie game developer Rock Pocket Games’ first-person cosmic horror game released for PC in October of last year, but we wanted to celebrate the PS4 and Xbox game coming out March 24, 2020. What better way to do that than share a list of other literary monsters that would make amazing (and scary) video game enemies?
December 11, 2018 • Fiction, Fiction: MG & YA
October 31, 2018 • Fiction: MG & YA, Television
Netflix’s Chilling Adventures of Sabrina is out now and we couldn’t be more excited. Seeing Sabrina Spellman back in the spotlight is giving us serious late 90s vibes. (Remember when The WB was a thing?) And while Kiernan Shipka is exactly who we would cast in a remake of this cult classic, a small part of us is going to miss Melissa Joan Hart -- specifically her face on the cover of every single Sabrina the Teenage Witch book.
Hang on, you didn’t know there were books? The '90s was filled with mass produced paperback series aimed at teenage readers. (You’ve read our book Paperback Crush, right?) Today, we’re digging back into this wildly entertaining series, ranking our favorites and giving some serious side eye to some of the more ridiculous plot points.
August 12, 2016 • Author: Ransom Riggs, Fiction: MG & YA, Fiction: Horror & Paranormal
Yesterday, Entertainment Weekly released exclusive on-set photos from the Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children movie. In The Art of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, Leah Gallo takes us behind the scenes to show how the Ransom Riggs' photographs were crafted into a book, which then Tim Burton turned into a movie.
Tim Burton's first step into the Peculiar world was with his collaborator and concept artist, Dermot Power. Powers' early artwork reminded us of all the wonderful fan art we received during our #5PeculiarYears contest and we just had to share with you.