2015 was a fantastic year for books, including a lot of titles that did things we’d never seen before. But 2016 looks like it could be just as incredible, including titles from some of our favorite authors. Here are the must-read science fiction and fantasy books of 2016.
At the movies, we’ve seen the world end almost every way imaginable: disease, zombies, meteors, natural disasters, and the list goes on. But author Joe Hill has a new one—and the idea is so hot, pun intended, that Hollywood scooped it up even before his book was published.
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Joe Hill is one of our favorite authors out there, and his next novel, The Fireman, will be coming out in May of next year. Gollancz books has just released a trailer for the novel, which gives us some hints about what it’ll be about.
The very first volume of the Best American Science Fiction and Fantasy series just came out, guest-edited by Joe Hill. It includes stories by Jo Walton, Kelly Link, T.C. Boyle and Karen Russell. We’re proud to present one of the stories from the book, “Skullpocket” by Nathan Ballingrud.
Audible is taking one of the best comics in recent years has turned it into a dramatic audio presentation: Locke and Key. The production is a stunning adaptation and it proves that Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez’s horrifying graphic novel series is just as terrifying off the pages. Best of all? It’ll be a free…
Well this is a splendid matchup if ever there was Vincenzo Natali (of Splice) will adapt the work of Stephen King and Joe Hill into a movie. Splendid and downright horrifying. All of these gentlemen are capable of creating scary things alone, but together? Oh dear.
In Horns, Ig Perrish grows a pair of horns, and gains a superpower that's also a terrible curse. In Joe Hill's novel, this turns into an exploration of the darkness in human nature, including misogyny and jealousy. But the new movie version, while fun, never brings enough depth to support its misanthropic premise.
Finally, footage of Daniel Radcliffe demonstrating the power of his new demon hornsin the latest trailer for the movie adaptation of Joe Hill's novel Horns.
Last night, Joe Hill told Comic-Con that his comic book Locke & Key is being adapted into a trilogy of movies by Universal.
A year after his girlfriend is brutally murdered, a young man wakes up with devil horns. The man is Daniel Radcliffe, star of Horns, the movie based on the bestselling book by Joe Hill. This new trailer reveals more of the movie's bizarre premise, as well as Radcliffe's strange powers.
Adapted from the Joe Hill novel, this new teaser trailer for Horns shows Daniel Radcliffe in a whole new light—a darker light, and with horns. He looks great.
We loved the unaired pilot for the TV show based on Joe Hill's comic Locke and Key, but now its existence could be preventing us from getting the recently announced Locke and Key movie. Apparently the film studio, Universal, is worried the pilot could be released just in time to steal the movie's thunder.
We've only seen pictures of Daniel Radcliffe's bizarre role based on the protagonist of Joe Hill's novel Horns. In it, Radcliffe plays a man who wakes up one morning with a pair of growing horns in his head which grant him superpowers — superpowers he uses to get to the bottom of his girlfriend's brutal murder.
This year is all about the book adaptation. Game of Thrones, Warm Bodies, Beautiful Creatures and World War Z (sort of) were all books first! So here is our extensive guide to just about every movie and TV series turning your favorite book into a live-action wonder. Get out your reading lists so you too can say "the…
Mark Romanek's TV translation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez's fantastic comic Locke & Key died before it could ever air. Which is a shame, because the pilot was bloody beautiful. But it sounds like the comic may resurrect in a different form: as a movie.
At last, we've got a new novel from Horns author Joe Hill. It's called NOS4A2 (pronounced "nosferatu"), and it promises to be as creepy-funny as his other work . . . as well as just downright strange.
This year's science fiction books are going to rock. John Scalzi returns to the Old Man's War universe, there's a brand new Neil Gaiman novel, and Stephen King's long-awaited sequel to The Shining. Plus brand new books from Austin Grossman, Nalo Hopkinson, Christopher Priest, Diana Gabaldon, Robert J. Sawyer, Joe…
Happy Valentine's Day, kiddos! For those of you who hate this 24-hour celebration of doilies and copulation, rejoice in the fact that absolutely nothing Valentine-themed is hitting the comic book stands tomorrow! Yay! Let's see what's in store for your hungry eyes.