'Martyrs & Monsters' by Robert Dunbar

If Alfred Hitchcock were alive today and desired to “re-imagine” his 1948 classic “Rope,” he’d want Robert Dunbar to write the screenplay. Guaranteed. Dunbar starts his impressive collection off with “Getting Wet,” a moody, tension-filled piece that does indeed measure up to my all–time favorite Hitch film, with Dunbar’s Con and Tim evoking the controlling… read more

'In the Closet, Under the Bed' by Lee Thomas

Lambda Award Finalist Having grown up on a steady diet of Hitchcock (films and TV show), the Twilight Zone, Outer Limits and Night Gallery, I’ve always had a penchant for horror and suspense, both in film and in literature. And it is perhaps because of growing up with these influences that horror seldom actually scares… read more