A story of the ghosts and ghouls that linger both in the shadows and within ourselves, Stephen King’s *The Shining* is among his best. But how does his classic compare with Stanley Kubrick’s much-lauded 1980 film adaptation?
There’s no dark fiction quite like a K-thriller. Here are some of the twistiest tales in Korean crime fiction.
On the latest episode of Audicted, we lean into the spooky season by discussing our favorite literary monsters along with best-selling author and horror aficionado Jonathan Maberry.
One horror-obsessed editor (and glutton for punishment) takes 10 of the spookiest stories ever recorded out for a spin.
Stories of psychopaths abound in just about every mystery subgenre, from action-packed thrillers to nuanced psychological character studies, and also stand out in works of psychology and neuroscience. Get ready to listen to some of the most riveting and unsettling books about psychopaths and sociopaths.
The former commander of the International Space Station brings the true cosmic experience to life in his Cold War chiller 'The Apollo Murders.'
Sci-fi and horror are two genres that just make sense together. Swap haunted mansions for abandoned space ships, ghosts for virus-created zombies and experiments gone wrong, and the eerie darkness of the woods for the deep vastness of space, and it’s easy to see why these two genres make for a classic, thrilling combination. Here are our picks for some of the best sci-fi horror audiobooks of all time.
In a genre once rife with tired tropes, diverse authors are turning out some of the smartest—and scariest—horror audiobooks we’ve ever heard.
Rachel Yoder's debut novel depicts the horror, humor, and visceral wildness that comes with being a new mom trying to find herself in a body—and a society—that's out of her control.