‘Older Than Gods and Monsters’ explains origins of ‘In Stark Weather’


When I first picked up Charlie Jack Joseph Kruger’s “In Stark Weather”, I should have looked to see if there was any book that helped explain how we got to where we are. It just so happens that “In Stark Weather” is easily a stand alone book that you don’t really need to know how people [...]

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San Diego Comic Con: Trailer for Season 5 of ‘The Walking Dead’


It looks like today is a hot day for amazing trailers and videos courtesy of San Diego Comic Con. AMC’s The Walking Dead is the next trailer/sneak peek to be released and holy crap, does it ever look amazing (I might be more partial to Rick just due to the fact he has a beard. It’s a beard [...]

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Season 3 sneak peek for The History Channel’s ‘Vikings’ released at Comic Con


I have to admit it. While it’s not full of horror, scares, and guts, Vikings is still a pretty epic show that I just can’t get enough of. Ragnar, Rollo, Floki, and gang make me grin with their bloodthirsty antics. Let’s face it: no one plunders and loots like a freaking viking. Take a peek and let me [...]

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Lytherus heads to San Diego Comic Con: Here’s what we’ll be bringing to you… and it’s AWESOME!


Lytherus is headed to San Diego Comic Con, the world’s largest pop culture convention! This is our ninth year in a row attending the show and, like the show’s content, our coverage will be bigger and better than ever! We’re trying something unique – most outlets cover the news and live blog the panels. That’s boring [...]

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Charlie J.J. Kruger brings us a horror road book in his ‘In Stark Weather’


During my recent visit to Bizarre AC in Atlantic City, NJ (see the article here), I had the opportunity to meet author Charlie Jack Joseph Kruger. Charlie is the author of several books, including “Setting Son -A Haunting”, “Older Than Gods and Monsters”, and, of course, “In Stark Weather”. I spent some talking to him and [...]

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Take a peek at what’s coming our way in ‘Hemlock Grove’ Season 2


Well, I’m counting down the days until Season 2 of the Netflix exclusive ‘Hemlock Grove’ and Netflix has released a behind-the-scenes featurette about the season. Just as a warning for the squeamish: the trailer contains leech consumption, spraying blood, self-mutilation, and human experimentation. Take a look below! Tell me, are you excited as well? Chic Eglee [...]

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Help make the 2016 Beyond Words Fantasy Calendar a reality!


Our good friend and Lytherus managing editor Lauren Zurchin is at it again! She’s photographing twelve best-selling fantasy authors in custom costumes she’s creating, and putting together an all-new photography fantasy calendar for charity. Last year Christopher Paolini, in addition to over a dozen other authors including Patrick Rothfuss, Cassandra Clare, Brandon Sanderson, and Tad Williams, were [...]

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Interview with Joe Hanson from ‘It’s Okay To Be Smart’


It’s Okay To Be Smart is a YouTube show and a blog about science. Joe wants to talk about science as more than just facts, how it can be a creative process and how knowledge can be exciting for everyone. The show aims to tell people how amazing science can be, and how it impacts our everyday lives. [...]

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Fresh off the Slab June 22, 2014: ‘Bruce vs Frankenstein’, ‘The Rover’, and ‘Sharktopus vs Pteracuda’


Some crazy, amazing, mind-boggling news along with some truly terrifying treats. Check them out. Bruce vs Frankenstein While this was an interview posted in 2010, this is the first I saw it and I thought it was worth the share. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Bruce Campbell talked about a project that he would [...]

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New book releases, week of June 17th: The summer blockbusters are here!


Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy: Dark Metropolis by Jaclyn Dolamore People are disappearing. Sixteen-year-old Thea Holder hears the rumors, but she can barely make ends meet, let alone worry about strangers who’ve gone missing. Her mother is cursed with a spell that’s driving her mad, and whenever they touch, Thea is chilled by the magic, [...]

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