Popcorn Horror's new independent horror magazine is available now.
It features tons of exclusive content such as interviews, articles, reviews, art and fiction from the world of indie horror, and featuring submissions from some of the most talented individuals from the horror scene(including yous truly!)
They guys at Popcorn Horror are making the first issue of the magazine available to as many people as possible by offering the debut edition on a "PAY WHAT YOU LIKE" basis, which means there is absolutely no excuse not to download the issue and give it a whirl.
I personally have contributed an article comparing online streaming services, and discussing which is best for us horror fans. I am very proud of my involvement with this publication, and am already in discussions with the creators about my involvement in the next issue and beyond!
Popcorn Horror have had this to say:
Popcorn Horror is proud to present the launch issue of our digital magazine. The magazine will be available bi-monthly, with the first issue being offered using a ‘Pay What You Want’ system.
After five years sharing and promoting the best independent horror content online, the magazine will offer extras, exclusives, interviews, columns and more from Popcorn Horror. We have terror-filled first issue in store, with an exclusive interview with horror/scamp-rock bandFABLE CRY. We also spoke to the directors of UNEARTHED & UNTOLD: THE PATH TO PET SEMATARY about making the most anticipated horror documentary in years. There’s more from indie horror directors, covering everything from crowdfunding advice to Ibiza’s ritualistic suicides! And is a film shot on Snapchat the smartphone generation’s Blair Witch?
In addition to indie film, this issue includes gruesome art, horrifying fiction, podcast reviews, minorities in horror and the attempt to answer the questions that matter – like what streaming service is right for horror fans.
By purchasing the magazine, you’re helping us continue supporting independent horror and creating content. If you are able to pay a fair amount for the magazine, we’d really appreciate it. If you’re unable to, please share on social media and encourage your horror-loving friends to check us out.