Archive for the ‘Horror’ Category
The Halloween Club
Posted on: March 18th, 2016 by Anthony Rapino

Ever since I started sculpting, I have wanted to create a throwback to the mail-in kids’ club packages I remember from the 80s and 90s.  Those, now nostalgic, sign-ups we’d send in–sometimes with box tops, sometimes with Kool-Aid stamps or product labels–which resulted in a surprise package at our doorsteps. These boxes would contain all […]

Leslie Vernon Magnet Figure Update
Posted on: August 11th, 2014 by Anthony Rapino

It’s been a while since I utilized my website, and as I was typing this FB update up, I realized, dang…this is LONG!  So here we are.  Sculpting news ahoy! Yesterday I finished casting all of the Leslie Vernon Magnet heads, and today was dedicated to “machine work” (namely, sanding the backs) and priming them. […]

Friday the 13th + Full moon = A Horror Fan’s Paradise
Posted on: June 6th, 2014 by Anthony Rapino 2 Comments

On Friday, June 13th, there will be a full moon.  The collision of these two events (like stars aligning) signals a moment in time when all horror fans can rejoice together and revel in the glory of our favorite genre’s many gifts.   Because listen.  Here’s the thing.  In terms of actual holidays, we have […]

Horror Mystery Box Giveaway
Posted on: May 28th, 2014 by Anthony Rapino 47 Comments

To help celebrate the release of my new short story “Loosely Enforced Rules,” and to get the word out about my countdown deal for Welcome to Moon Hill, I decided to run a giveaway.  Considering my undying love for mystery boxes, it seemed obvious what I had to do. First order of business:  Take a […]

Posted on: April 24th, 2014 by Anthony Rapino 2 Comments

Tonight, as I dragged my weary eyes across the television screen (that’s a fun visual), I saw familiar cover art featuring Simon Pegg.  Being a fan of the actor, I was aware of this movie–A Fantastic Fear of Everything–at a time, but had forgotten about it.  Until now. I started the movie, which would take me […]

Support Horror on Patreon
Posted on: March 30th, 2014 by Anthony Rapino

It’s been a while since I’ve posted here.  I hate not updating this page more often, but I do have a good reason for it: money.  I’m broke, and unfortunately, the more time I spend writing posts for this site, making videos for YouTube, writing horror stories, and basically doing all the things I really […]

Christmas Gift Guide for Horror Fans
Posted on: November 17th, 2013 by Anthony Rapino 6 Comments

Top Ten Gifts for the Horror Fan in your Life I am writing this official Christmas Gift Guide for those of you with horror fans in your life, but truthfully, I’m also writing it as a public service announcement.  I have experienced, first-hand, the misguided attempts at gift-giving come the holiday season.  And we need […]

The Coffin Hop: Halloween Horror Hopping
Posted on: October 24th, 2013 by Anthony Rapino 2 Comments

While I’m not an official participant of the Coffin Hop this year, I decided to whip up a quick post to point people in the right direction.  I have participated in the CH two or three years in a row, and it has always been a great time.  Basically, you go from blog to blog […]

Creepy Freebies: Free Horror Stories and Novels for Halloween
Posted on: October 18th, 2013 by Anthony Rapino 4 Comments

  As part of the third installment of Milo Fowler’s brainchild, Creepy Freebies, I am giving away my short story collection WELCOME TO MOON HILL for free for the next four days! As you might know, my brand spanking new audio book, REALITY ENGINEERS, also takes place in the Moon Hill universe, so now’s your […]

My New Horror Audio Book REALITY ENGINEERS Available this Halloween
Posted on: October 14th, 2013 by Anthony Rapino

In today’s post: REALITY ENGINEERS cover reveal, preorder information and official release date, FREE preorder bonus, and Braaaaaiiiinsssss. There have been many updates on the In Ear Entertainment website about my new horror audio book REALITY ENGINEERS, and I thought it only right that I scream a bit about my new release as well. The […]

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