The Grimoire of Horror’s Recommended Reading List for Women in Horror Month While many in the literary community are still celebrating Women in Horror Month in February, we at the Grimoire of Horror have chosen to  join the newer movement which has bumped the event to March in deference to Black History Month. We are

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Burnt Portraits Featured Image

Co-Author Lisa Lebel Burnt Portraits is a 2021 low-budget, single-location, psychological horror film from Leo X. Robertson. Robertson is known as being an indie filmmaker, Scottish writer and is also founder of the Stavanger Filmmakers club. Presented in black-and-white cinematography, Burnt Portraits is actually Robertson’s second feature after helming The TrutherNet Apocalypse, directing several shorts

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Felix Blackwell

Every indie creator hopes to make it big some day, but with limited marketing budgets and the lack of a big publisher/production company backing their projects, success is often a distant dream. Enter Felix Blackwell, exception to the rule. His best selling novel Stolen Tongues was originally a story he came up with for the

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Winterbeast Thies Review

Winterbeast. Holy shit. Winterbeast. That’s about the quickest summation I can give of the feeling one has while watching this treat of regional filmmaking. It remains the sole creation of the film’s writer/director Christopher Thies and is a marvel of independent filmmaking that’s sure to excite fans of schlock cinema and the truly weird. For

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