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INTERVIEWS

The 2005 Spec. Fic Snapshot

 

KJ Bishop

Jack Dann

Will Elliott

Richard Harland

Robert Hood

Martin Murphy & Ian Iveson

Christian Read

Cameron Rogers

The Spierig Brothers

Peter Weir

Kim Wilkins

ARTICLES

Finding Carnacki the Ghost Finder

Pilots into the Unknown

OUR BOOKS

Prismatic

Agog! 1

Agog! 2

Daikaiju!

Epiphanies of Blood

Immaterial

Passing Strange

Southern Blood

INFORMATION

The Boys

The Roly Poly Man

Wake in Fright

REVIEWS

809 Jacob Street, by Marty Young

Black City, by Christian Read

The Black Crusade, by Richard Harland

Clowns at Midnight, by Terry Dowling

Dead Europe, by Christos Tsiolkas

Fragments of a Broken Land: Valarl Undead, by Robert Hood

Full Moon Rising, by Keri Arthur

Gothic Hospital, by Gary Crew

The Last Days, by Andrew Masterson

Love Cries, by Peter Blazey, etc (ed)

The Road, by Catherine Jinks

Sabriel, by Garth Nix

Salvage, by Jason Nahrung

The Tax Inspector, by Peter Carey

Vampire Cities, by D'Ettut

While I Live, by John Marsden
 

2003 EyeScream Film Festival

2004 EyeScream Film Festival

2005 EyeScream Film Festival

2007 A Night of Horror Film Festival
 

Shadowmuse

Under the Blue Moon, 2008
 

Alison's Birthday

The Boys

Carmilla Hyde

Cassandra

Daybreakers

Dangerous Game

Dark Age

Dead End Drive-In

Gabriel

The Last Wave

Lost Things

The Long Weekend

Razorback

Summer of Secrets

Visitors

Wake in Fright
 

Hearts in Atlantis

OTHER HORROR PAGES

Modern Day

The Dark Ages: A History of Horror

On the Page

On the Screen

Reviews
 

Australian Comics
 

 

Australian Horror

Thylacine, by Michael Connolly

Some horrors are universal, or certainly global, but individual countries still produce unique and recognisable styles. In Australia, famed as a setting for the end of the world, the vision is often apocalyptic, with stark landscapes and crippling isolation -- from the outback to the cities themselves. It's also spawned numerous talented authors, film-makers and artists, including those like Peter Weir, Alex Proyas and Nick Cave whose successes are on the world stage.

This site is a tribute to the local art of the macabre, and a deeper examination of the themes at work. There's a lot more out there than drop bears.


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