I love the slow burn, the building sense of unease, and that certain sense of strain I associate with a well crafted tale of quiet horror. With that in mind I turned to five contemporary writers to ask their thoughts of the meaning behind the phrase.
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Today’s show: Charles Grant’s quiet horror, Chet Williamson’s sequel to “Psycho”, and a “Mountains of Madness” animated series!
“It is an aching thing to know that we are all so tiny, stumbling in a universe that is wider and darker than any Earth-bound sea.” I’ve been reading books […]