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If you’ve picked up the latest issue of SciFiNow (on sale now), you’ll have seen the latest instalment in our collaboration with the folks at Poster Posse: Rafał Rola’s gorgeous take on Phantasm. We took the chance to pick his brains about his style, inspirations and dream commissions… How long have you been working as an illustrator and
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We are thrilled to be able to reveal the cover for Jaine Fenn’s upcoming sci-fi/fantasy novel Broken Shadow, the finale to her Shadowlands duology – a post-apocalyptic world, divided between the bright, alien skyland and the intrigue-ridden shadowlands. Rhia Harlyn, noble and rebellious scientist, watches the skies. The stars are changing shape: something is happening to
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Coming from Orbit Books this October, we have the cover reveal for Tade Thompson’s The Rosewater Redemption, designed by Charlotte Stroomer. “In this powerful finale to the award-winning Wormwood trilogy, life in the newly independent city state of Rosewater isn’t everything its citizens were expecting… Life in the newly independent city state of Rosewater isn’t everything
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With the release of Paul Tremblay’s new short story collection Growing Things And Other Stories on the horizon for 2019, we’re thrilled to be able to reveal the cover for the book, as well as an exclusive excerpt from short story The Thirteenth Temple (the ‘new’ A Head Full Of Ghosts story). A mixture of some of Paul’s most acclaimed short
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By all accounts, Anna And The Apocalypse would appear to be the world’s first feature-length zombie comedy musical set in high school… and at Christmas… in Scotland. Shot around the likes of Port Glasgow, Greenock and Falkirk, the film premiered to considerable buzz at last year’s Fantastic Fest in the US and is now making
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A terrifying tribute and modern twist on classic bloody slasher fun, Hell Fest is the perfect treat for anyone who doesn’t want Halloween to end. Here’s a clip from the film:  Here’s a synopsis for the film: In this terrifying thrill ride, college student Natalie is visiting her childhood best friend Brooke and her roommate Taylor.
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After premiering to terrified audiences at the Liverpool Playhouse, Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson’s horror stage play Ghost Stories was quickly ushered to the Lyric Hammersmith in London in the summer of 2010. With its popularity rapidly spreading to international theatres, it’s unsurprising that Nyman and Dyson started to receive calls from several American studios wanting to
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Aristocrats – aren’t they the worst? Entitled and elitist; cruel and often willfully sadistic. They’re more than wealthy, more than powerful – they believe the right to rule runs in their very veins. That’s what separates them from mere Bond-style supervillains. Anyone can claw themselves up to fortune or position, but you can’t buy class.
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