Fight Club author Chuck Palahniuk’s new book of short stories comes out later this month, and among them is a story featuring the enigmatic Tyler Durden. That story, “Expedition,” is already online, so we can read what happens when a self-important writer looking to exploit the denizens of a vice district encounters…
Low-brow director Ed Wood is best known for his films like Glen or Glenda, Bride of the Monster, and, most notoriously, Plan 9 from Outer Space. But he also wrote prose fiction, including a tale of Egyptian archaeological horror written from the mummy's point of view.
The track is “-” — just a hyphen — by the Teapot. The initial crunch has the foreboding intensity of a robot army slowly making its way through thick snow. It’s a rough, scratchy white noise that comes in deep, mechanical clusters. If I could draw, I would draw a story that “-” suggests. There would be no robots…
It's good to be the King. Back in March, horror author Stephen King released a little ebook titled Bad Little Kid, specifically for his German and French fans. So it was, naturally, released in German and French. But clearly someone translated it, because Bad Little Kid is getting a movie deal.
Nicki is an unskilled worker in 2023 London, and spends her days hopping from hourly job to hourly job after underbidding the competition. Spend a day with Nicki as she tries to work the future employment system.
Author Tim Maughan has remade his cyberpunk short story "Paintwork" as an experimental film. In a future where we're constantly bombarded by high-tech advertising, one street artist decides to take back control of one public space by turning a classic billboard into art.
If you can't wait until Christmas for your next Doctor Who fix, the BBC is running a new illustrated Doctor Who short story, Houdini and The Space Cuckoos, in which the Eleventh Doctor enlists the famed escape artist's help in defeating a race of giant, body-possessing birds.
We've got another low budget horror movie for everyone to get excited about. News has it that Stephen King's short story "Gramma" (which you may remember from the Skeleton Crew collection, or its brief appearance on The New Twilight Zone in 1986) is getting its own movie.
After last week's Comic-Con-induced hiatus, we're back this week with a new Concept Art Writing Prompt! Something unpleasant may have befallen this technologically integrated astronaut, leaving behind only an intriguing skeleton. What happened? Come up with a story and post it in the comments.
It would be kind of embarrassing if aliens from a more advanced civilization showed up tomorrow and found the mess of disease, war, and poverty we still haven't gotten around to cleaning up. Zach Weiner's illustrated short story "The Bachelor" describes humanity's frantic effort to make the planet presentable before…
Only one character in Alien has the wits and wherewithal to survive to the end of the movie at Ripley's side: Jones the cat. While everyone else on Nostromo was screaming like chickens with their chests ripped open, Jones exhibited the cool becoming a cat. Now Jones finally gets to tell his side of the story, one…
Let Me In and Cloverfield director Matt Reeves is adapting Ray Nelson's short story 8 O'Clock in the Morning for film, read it now!
An unknown filmmaker is attempting to bring his eerie vision of Neil Gaiman's short story "The Price" to life, with Gaiman's blessing. But this project needs your help — here's how.
The author of How to Live Safely in a Science Fiction Universe shares a surprising zombie story for Halloween. A pair of big box store employees find a zombie in their midst, but the encounter doesn't go as expected.
Isaac Marion's zombie love story is set to be made into a film by The Wackness director Jonathan Levine. Check out the short melodramtic love story that sparked Marion's novel, along with the original book trailer.