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This week in the Abyss, we take a trek through time, deep in the woods, as we explore Sean M. Thompson's novelette, Astrum, science class dissections, and trigger warnings. Up first, though, is our week in horror, featuring reviews of Netflix's Brand New Cherry Flavor, Beau Johnson's A Better Kind of Hate, The Corpse Garden by S.H. Cooper, and addi…
 
Today in the Abyss, we're gathering around the dinner table for a spoiler-filled discussion of Hailey Piper's cosmic horror short story, "Recitation of the First Feeding," from her collection, Unfortunate Elements of My Anatomy. We also talk about James Gunn's The Suicide Squad, Stephen King's Billy Summers, Star Wars: Light of the Jedi, Clarkson's…
 
This week in the Abyss, we're unburying a zombie apocalypse splatterpunk classic for our in-depth, spoiler-filled discussion of Philip Nutman's Wet Work! Before we bite into the meat of this week's book, we talk a bit about Beau Johnson's Brand New Dark, David James Keaton's She Was Found In A Guitar Case, the latest issue of Vasterian, Unfortunate…
 
Author Jeff Strand joins us in the Abyss to discuss the classic Stephen King story of autocannibalism, "Survivor Type." Before we get to that, though, we talk a bit about Brennan LeFaro's debut novel, Slattery Falls, Beau Johnson's Brand New Dark, Bourdain: The Definitive Oral Biography by Laurie Woolever, Matt Wildasin's Melancholia, and Nick Cutt…
 
The Abyss crew gather around the campfire for a spoiler-filled discussion of Lisa Quigley's Camp Neverland, an Unnerving Rewind or Die novella! We also talk about Nicholas Cage's Pig, our initial impressions of Kindle Vella, Beyond the Book of Eibon from Death Wound Publishing, and Netflix's Fear Street Part Two: 1978 and Part Three: 1666! (Recorde…
 
This week in the Abyss, we welcome a new co-host as author Villimey Mist (The Banquet, Nocturnal Blood) joins the show! We are also joined by a guest, author Joshua "Squishy Sensations" Marsella (Severed, Scratches), to discuss Steven R. Boyett's classic, and sadly out of print, short story "Emerald City Blues," as featured in Midnight Grafitti. We…
 
This week in the Abyss, we're discussing the recent volumes of Shūzō Oshimi's manga, Blood on the Tracks, Nick Kolakowski's latest release, Absolute Unit, from Crystal Lake Publishing, Django Wexler's rock 'em, sock 'em giant fighting robots of Hard Reboot, Disney+'s Loki, the return of Milestone Comics, and comic book controversies. Then, we pull …
 
Author Nicole Cushing (A Sick Gray Laugh, The Sadist's Bible) joins us for an in-depth, spoiler-filled discussion Edgar Allan Poe's classic short story, "The Tell-Tale Heart." Before that, though, we talk a bit about Jeff Strand's Pressure, Christine Morgan's Trench Mouth, transgressive literature, the Christopher Walken-led film, Communion, Twin P…
 
Author Tyler Jones (Criterium, The Dark Side of the Room) joins us for a spoiler-filled discussion of Joe Hill's short story, "Last Breath," from 20th Century Ghosts. Our Week In Horror looks back on James Newman's latest novella, Ride or Die, Richard Laymon's Island, additional thoughts on the Cooties Shot Required anthology from Broken Eye Books,…
 
While Richard is away, Michael and Matt take control of the Abyss for a spoiler-filled discussion of their co-hosts debut short story, "Beyond the Triangle," as published in the anthology, Dark Words: Stories of Urban Legends and Folk Lore, edited by Jamie and Matt Wildasin. Before that, though, we talk about summer horror reads, the Broken Eye Boo…
 
Elle Turpitt, editor and co-runner of Divination Hollow Reviews, joins us this week for a spoiler-filled discussion about S.H. Cooper's short story, "A Key For Any Lock," from the charity horror anthology, We Are Wolves. Before we get to that, though, we take a look back at our Week In Horror and talk about Zack Snyder's Army of the Dead, Michael's…
 
The Navajo Nightmare authors, David Sodergren and Steve Stred, join us to discuss their collaborative horror western, their writing process as a team, and the importance of picking whose name goes first on the cover. Before all that, though, we take a look back at our Week in Horror with thoughts on Spiral: From the Book of Saw, S.A. Cosby's Razorb…
 
Icelandic horror author Villimey Mist returns to the Abyss to bust Viking myths and joins us for a spoiler-filled discussion of Tyler Jones' The Dark Side of the Room! Before that, though, we take a look back at our Week in Horror with reviews of Resident Evil Village, Brian Keene's vampire novella, With Teeth, Shudder's documentary series, In Sear…
 
The Abyss crew journey to Outworld to discuss the recently released Mortal Kombat movie and examine the myriad complexities, subtleties, and deep meanings found in this action flick's themes and messages. Before this spoiler-filled discussion, though, we take some quick looks at Jacob's Wife, Mary SanGiovanni's Thrall, Michael McBride's Extant, and…
 
Buckle up, kids, because the Abyss is hitting the road to examine Stephen Graham Jones' "Interstate Love Affair," from his novella collection, Three Miles Past! Before we reach I-90 and the killer roadside attractions is offers, Rich offers up some thoughts on Caroline Kepnes' You Love Me, Michael dives into Chuck Wendig's The Book of Accidents, an…
 
Splatterpunk Award-winning author Wesley Southard joins us in the Abyss to discuss Edward Lee's notorious novella, The Pig! Before we get into that spoiler-filled discussion, Rich talks about Shin Godzilla, Matt gives us the rundown on Michael Cisco's Antisocieties and Jurassichrist, and Wesley shares some thoughts on Bentley Little and his novel, …
 
On this very special episode, hosts Richard Gerlach, Matt Brandenburg, and Michael Patrick Hicks face-off over the latest Monsterverse blockbuster, Adam Wingard's Godzilla vs Kong! Before that, though, we're discussing Marvel's The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Tiffany McDaniel's literary novel Betty, Anoka by Shane Hawk, Michael Cisco's Antisocie…
 
We get that Friday night feeling as cosmic horror author and podcaster Mary SanGiovanni joins us in the Abyss to discuss "Crouch End," from Stephen King's short story collection Nightmares & Dreamscapes. Before that, though, we talk a bit about David Peak's newest collection, Eyes in the Dust and Other Stories, Jonathan Maberry's latest Joe Ledger …
 
Anoka author Shane Hawk joins us to discuss Stephen Graham Jones's Mapping the Interior. Before we get to that spoiler-filled discussion, we also talk about The SnyderCut of Justice League, the horror comedy flick Koko-Di Koko-Da, James Harren's kaiju comic Ultramega, and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier's debut episode! (Recorded March 21, 2021) …
 
This week, author Cynthia Pelayo (Children of Chicago) joins us as we revisit the Joyce Carol Oates's 1966 short story, "Where Are You Going, Where Have Been," and its connection to the Pied Piper of Tuscon serial killer and Pelayo's collection of true crime poetry, Into the Forest and All the Way Through. Our Week in Horror discussion includes Jam…
 
Author Patrick Barb, whose short story, "I Will Not Read Your Haunted Script," recently placed second in Divination Hollow Reviews Horror in Hollywood contest, joins us to discuss John Langan's story, "The Communion of Saints," from the recently released collection, Children of the Fang and Other Genealogies. Our Week in Horror segments includes di…
 
Content Warning: This episode contains discussions of suicide as depicted in the film The Dark and the Wicked and B.R. Yeager's Negative Space. This week, we're talking about depression, drug abuse, suicide, and poo sticks as we take a deep dive into our Story of the Week with B.R. Yeager's cosmic horror novel, Negative Space! First, though, we exp…
 
Comic book writer John Lees (Sink, Mountainhead, Hotell) joins us in the Abyss to discuss Emily Carroll's graphic novel of short stories, Through the Woods. Our Week in Horror round-up includes reviews of Stephen King's Later, A24's latest horror flim, Saint Maud, Llamagedon, The Stand remake, Naoki Urasawa's manga series, Pluto, and episode seven …
 
This week, we chat about the horror film Fingers, Cassandra Khaw's forthcoming release, Nothing But Blackened Teeth, Marvel's WandaVision, Cynthia Pelayo's Children of Chicago, and find out what Matt blames The Ghost Writers Podcast for. Then, it's on to our spoiler-filled discussion of the week as we explore Zin E. Rocklyn's Tor.com Original story…
 
This week, we're talking about Bloody Hell, Gwendolyn Kiste's Boneset & Feathers, the indie RPG video game Oromi, and John Carpenter's latest album, Lost Themes III. Then, we travel to Santa Fe to investigate a case of Killer Flies for our in-depth, spoiler-filled discussion of Mark Kendall's 1983 horror novel, recently reissued by Encyclopocalypse…
 
Hunky boys Richard Gerlach and Matt Brandenburg discuss the recently released horror flick, PG: Psycho Goreman, while Michael Patrick Hicks delivers his review of Rio Youers's crime caper novel, Lola on Fire. They also talk about Encyclopocalypse Publications, Shudder's The Queen of Black Magic, and the fourth episode of WandaVision. Then, they ste…
 
Author Mike Thorn (Shelter for the Damned) joins us for a spoiler-filled discussion of the 1843 short story, "The Black Cat," by Edgar Allan Poe. Before that, though, we each discuss our Week In Horror with brief reviews of John Lees's latest comic series Hotell, Sci-Fi & Scary's body horror anthology Twisted Anatomy, Alien: The Cold Forge by Alex …
 
This week, we're drilling deep into Adam Nevill's "Yellow Teeth," as printed in his story collection Some Will Not Sleep: Selected Horrors. Our Week in Horror discussion centers around John Lees's comic book Mountainhead, Andrew J. Stone's All Hail the House Gods, and John Wayne Communale's Mage of the Hellmouth. Then, we discuss the premiere episo…
 
Recorded in the aftermath of the January terrorist attack on the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., Richard, Matt, and Michael reflect on recent events and the legacy of the Trump presidency, which culminated in an attempted coup and the overthrowing of the November 2020 presidential election results. Then, we move onto our Week in Fictional Hor…
 
Authors Chad Lutzke and Tim Meyer join us for a spoiler-filled discussion about their novel, Wormwood, what their collaboration was like, and the influences behind their dark coming-of-age tale. Before all that, though, we discuss Junji Ito's Remina, J. Blake Fichera's Scored to Death 2 More Conversations with Some of Horror's Greatest Composers, G…
 
Author Jeremy Robert Johnson (The Loop) joins us in the Abyss to discuss Jack Ketchum's wicked and potent short story, "The Rifle," as well as the connections between violence and mental illness. Our weekly round-up segment includes reviews of Nemesai by Brian Keene and John Urbancik, Repo Virtual by Corey J. White, Villimey Mist's Nocturnal Farm, …
 
Author Eric LaRocca joins us in the Abyss to discuss Clive Barker's short story, "Jacqueline Ess: Her Will and Testament," from The Books of Blood Volume 2! We also discuss the Shudder films Anything for Jackson and the Castlefreak remake, the sci-fi novel Space Station Down by Ben Bova and Doug Beason, Nocturnal Blood by Villimey Mist, and Steve S…
 
This week, reviewer, podcaster, and one of the Ladies of Horror Fiction, Tracy Robinson joins us to discuss body horror and her work on the forthcoming release of the Sci-Fi & Scary charity anthology, Twisted Anatomy: A Body Horror Anthology, benefitting the Pulmonary Hypertension Association and the National Domestic Violence Hotline. We also talk…
 
Author Hailey Piper (The Worm and His Kings) joins us in the Abyss for an in-depth discussion of masks, identity, and control as we explore Eugie Foster's Hugo Award-nominated and Nebula Award winning story, "Sinner, Baker, Fabulist, Priest; Red Mask, Black Mask, Gentleman, Beast." We also talk about DC Comics's The Three Jokers, Stephen Graham Jon…
 
Author Jessica Guess (Cirque Berserk) joins us in the Abyss to discuss Gwendolyn Kiste's feminist recontextualization of Dracula's first victim in the short story, "The Eight People Who Murdered Me (Excerpt from Lucy Westenra's Diary)." We also discuss Brandon Cronenberg's feature film Possessor and why Matt is so afraid of Cool Whip, Ronald Malfi'…
 
It's our super-sized 50th Episode and we celebrate with a special Listener Mailbag. This week, the Abyss gazes back! You asked, we answered. We also discuss the Halloween release of the Creepshow animated special, the latest Benson & Moorhead film, Synchronic, the non-fiction book Behind the Horror, Chris Sorensen's trilogy capper The Messy Man, an…
 
Author and podcaster Matt Wildasin joins us this week to discuss the children's classic, Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark! Along the way, we also talk about the Shudder Exclusive movie, The Mortuary Collection, Castle of Sorrows by Jonathan Janz, Jonathan Raab's The Crypt of Blood, The Haunting of Bly Manor, and Borat 2. (Recorded Oct. 25, 2020) T…
 
Author John Langan (Children of the Fang) joins us in the Abyss to discuss Ramsey Campbell's enigmatic 1976 short story, "The Companion." Before we dive into our in-depth, spoiler-filled discussion about "The Companion" and its hidden meanings, we also talk about The Haunting of Bly Manor, The Science of Stephen King by Meg Hafdahl and Kelly Floren…
 
This week, we're talking about Netflix's The Haunting of Bly Manor, Andrew Pyper's White House horror novel The Residence, Matthew M. Bartlett's Gateways to Abomination, Mr. Suicide by Nicole Cushing, and Time Waggoner's Writing in the Dark. Then, it's onto an in-depth, spoiler-filled discussion of our horror story of the week, The Freakshow by Bry…
 
This week, we discuss some recent streaming horror releases and deliver our thoughts on the Hulu original series Monsterland, the Shudder exclusive movie Scare Me, Amazon's Utopia, and Netflix's The Babysitter. Plus, find out what Mike and Rich did to end up in Twitter jail! Then, it's onto our spoiler-filled discussion of this week's story, Matt C…
 
Author Villimey Mist (Nocturnal Blood) steps into the Abyss to discuss vampires, travel, the pandemic, and our story of the week -- the Bram Stoker Award-nominated novella Dear Laura by Gemma Amour! Plus, we review Christopher Nolan's latest movie, Tenet, Max Booth III's We Need To Do Something, Laurel Hightower's Crossroads, Graveyard Smash, Jerem…
 
This week, we're examining the horrors and social commentary of Brian Keene's extreme horror novel, and ode to Edward Lee, Urban Gothic! We also discuss the recently released Shudder Exclusive film, Spiral, the forthcoming Junji Ito Funko Pops!, Ali Seay's horror debut from Grindhouse Press, Go Down Hard, John Langan's Children of the Fang, and the…
 
Curtis M. Lawson, author of Devil's Night and Black Heart Boys' Choir, joins us for an in-depth conversation of H.P. Lovecraft and his posthumously published 1943 story, "The Case of Charles Dexter Ward." Plus, reviews of HBO MAX's Raised by Wolves, Jonathan Maberry's latest release, Ink, and Blackwood Estates by William Holloway. (Recorded Sept. 1…
 
J.R. Hamantaschen and Derek Sotak, authors and hosts of The Horror of Nachos and Hamantaschen podcast, join us in the abyss for a spoiler-filled discussion about Japanese author Edogawa Rampo's disturbing 1925 story, "The Human Chair." Before we dive into specifics, though, we also review Hunter Shea's Misfits, Christopher Golden's Red Hands, Harry…
 
This week we're talking about Random Acts of Violence, P. Djèlí Clark's Ring Shout, Silver Scream, Scott R. Jones's Shout Kill Revel Repeat, and Junji Ito's Venus in the Blind Spot. Then, we take a spoiler-filled dive into David Peak's chilling cosmic horror story, Eyes in the Dust. (Recorded Aug. 23, 2020) The theme music, "Insidious," was created…
 
It's all about Victor LaValle, Lovecraft, slavery, racism, and WAP as we dig into the Stoker Award winning story, "Up From Slavery," published in the inaugural Weird Tales relaunch issue #363! Plus, reviews of Josh Malerman's Bird Box sequel, Malorie, Worse Angels by Laird Barron, Stephen Graham Jones's Night of the Mannequins, and more! (Recorded …
 
This week, we discussing killing Scott Kemper, the Shudder Exclusive films Impetigore and Host, Laurel Hightower's novella Crossroads, The Patience of a Dead Man by Michael Clark, the recently re-released '80s classic cinema horror anthology Silver Scream, and the latest release in John F.D. Taff's The Fearing! Then, we take a deep dive into Alyssa…
 
Thirty-eight episodes in, and we finally - finally! - get to a Stephen King story! Dead Headspace Podcast host Patrick R. McDonough joins us in the Abyss to discuss some classic King with "Children of the Corn." We also talk about Paul Michael Anderson's recently released novel, Standalone, Samantha Kolesnik's vacation horror anthology, Worst Laid …
 
A video game as big as The Last of Us Part II demands an episode that's just as big! Join us and our featured guest, author Daniel Barnett, for a super-sized, spoiler-filled discussion of developer Naughty Dog's Playstation 4 hit, along with mini-reviews of the feature films Relic and The Beach House, David Joy's When These Mountains Burn, and Don …
 
This week on Staring Into the Abyss, we're talking about Willem Dafoe, The House that Jack Built, Hunter Shea's Misfits, Star Wars books, and Ju-On: Origins. Then, it's on to our spoiler-filled discussion of our story of the week as we take a deep dive into "Houses Under the Sea," by Caitlin R. Kiernan. (Recorded June 28, 2020.) You can read "House…
 
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