My birthday month has been mega, hasn’t it? Lots of new stuff starting like A Discovery of Witches, Maniac, and American Horror Story: Apocolypse. And with more to come for October the lead up to Halloween is getting exciting. Although, I’m sad to report that there’s still no release date for Netflix’s Nightflyers by George R.R. Martin.
- Nightflyers (this is the George R.R. Martin one) – Netflix (TBC)
- The Originals Season 5 Final Season – Netflix 1st
- The Purge – Amazon Prime 5th
- Iron Fist Season 2 – Netflix 7th
- Future Man – SyFy UK 10th
- You – Netflix: the trailer is up but so far no sign of the show, this was reported to be available from the 10th but I’m still waiting
- Strangers – ITV 10th
- A Discovery of Witches – Sky One 14th
- Maniac – Netflix 21st
- Black Sails Season 4 – History Channel 25th
- American Horror Story: Apocolypse – Fox UK 27th
- Counterpart – StarzPlay 28th
- The Good Place Season 3 – Netflix 28th
- Somewhere Between – Netflix 28th
A Discovery of Witches
Sky One’s new drama, A Discovery of Witches, is full of witches and vampires and daemons. From the book of the same name (which I’ve also started reading), the series is the story of a witch, a book, and all those who want to get their hands on it. Unfortunately, it’s been hidden by a spell for a very long time. A Discovery of Witches is the first book in a trilogy so the Sky One series has a lot of scope for giving us future seasons.
A fun-filled, weird, sound bite filled dark
Movie Land for September 2018:
Although these are the release dates for the UK they are not necessarily the dates they’ll show at your local cinema.
- The Nun – 7th
- American Animals – 7th
- King of Thieves – 14th
- The House with a Clock in Its walls – 21st
- The Predator – 12th
- The Debt Collector – 14th
- Mile 22 – 19th
On TV for October in the UK:
And if American Horror Story and A Discovery of Witches didn’t provide you with enough magic October brings us the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina and more of Constantine’s brand of magic in Legends of Tomorrow.
- The Man in the High Castle Season 3 – Amazon Prime 5th
- Doctor Who Season 11 – BBC One 7th
- The Walking Dead Season 9 (anyone still watching this?) – Fox 8th
- Z Nation Season 5 – Pick TV 9th
- Snatch Season 2 – AMC Global 9th
- Riverdale Season 3 – Netflix 11th
- The Haunting of Hill House Season 1 – Netflix 12th
- The Gifted Season 2 – Fox 14th
- Black Lightning Season 2 – Netflix 16th
- The Flash Season 5 – Sky One 18th
- Lore Season 2 – Amazon Prime 19th
- Daredevil Season 3 – Netflix 19th
- Supergirl Season 4 – Sky One 22nd
- Arrow Season 7 – Sky One 23rd
- Chilling Adventures of Sabrina Season 1 – Netflix 26th
- Legends of Tomorrow Season 4 – Sky One 31st
Movies for October:
- Venom – 3rd
- Mandy – 12th
- Bad Times at the El Royale – 12th
- Halloween – 19th
- Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween – 19th
- Slaughterhouse Rulez – 31st
News in brief
- Train to Busan is getting a remake with James Wan at the helm
aretrying to convince @OriginalFunko to make their monsters as pops – which would be awesome. Help the monsters out by retweeting the tweet below 🙂
- Kensington Gore’s Hammered Horror has a selection of new books out (including one of my own):
- Soulskin by K.T. McQueen
- Barry Noman’s Crap Film Reviews by Graeme Parker (US link, UK link below)
- Kensington Gore’s Halloween Collection Vol II
- Kill Zombies by T.A.
Unner–UK Link and US Link
- But Worse Will Come by C.C. Adams – UK Link and US Link
- The Mirror of the Nameless by Luke Walker – UK Link and US Link
New KT Books Released
The second book, Moon, is the novella that began as a CryptTV/Inkshares entry, wanted to be a script and was currently entered in the ScreenCraft Horror Competition. Both books are now available for download on Amazon too.
Download STARS by KT McQueen for free. The first in the Noctisbellum Inc. series which begins my Monster Universe. And sample the first few chapters of Moon which is now available from most eBook sellers.
This was a damn good read. The set up seems like it will be a little cliched ghost story at first, but then it turns into something else entirely. The characters are well developed and I actually cared what happened to them. There’s some nice suspense and the tale builds the tension nicely and comes to a satisfying and horrifying conclusion. If you appreciate a quick read and a nice little twist, I highly recommend this introductory story to what is promising to be the start of an interesting new horror universe! I can’t recommend this enough. Buy it, enjoy it and bite your nails waiting for the next book in the series!– D Clark, NY, on Stars
Horror and Fantasy Author – Also writing as K.T. McQueen. Love Western Horror, cowboy boots, my cactus Collin, & my Demon Cat.
Moths – I hate moths, the way they flutter at your face!