This high-octane story of Roundheads and revenge, heroes and villains, is rather cavalier with its sources
On Halloween, a look at three small publishers of horror novels and comics.
Emily St. John Mandel’s novel “Station Eleven” envisions a world in which a strain of flu wipes out most of civilization.
Pilot of the future marks 65th anniversary with publication of classic stories from the cult comic strip
An enlightening survey of the game in the post-Thatcher era, as it fell prey to nefarious owners and inept administrators
Dressed to drill: what message does this hoarding on a Manchester hotel send out about women in the workplace?
The head housekeeper in Daphne du Mauriers Rebecca is a vindictive, gloomy presence a haunted house in human form
Rices vampires take on the digital age but have they bitten off more than they can chew?