Carcosa is a mysterious fictional city first named by author Ambrose Bierce in 1886 and later alluded to in Robert W. Chambers’s influential and evocative King in Yellow stories. As the ancient and possibly cursed capital of an alien place that’s impossible to pinpoint on earthly maps, it’s been incorporated into the works of H.P. […]
John Carpenter’s dystopian vision has become our present.
Also, don’t you just hate when zombies ruin your dinner party?
New music and a film screening from Willis Earl Beal, swords-and-scorcery stories by heavy-metal heroes, and more
The best of Japanese horror
The best of exploitation maestro Lucio Fulci
Today Goose Island releases an imperial oatmeal stout aged in 18-year Elijah Craig bourbon barrels.
Weekly top five: informal trilogies
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue