A group of Indigenous people come together to stop a supernatural threat terrorising their land in Rueben Martell’s DON’T SAY ITS NAME.
Kandisha tackles heavy, significant social themes underneath a blood and guts tale of supernatural revenge.
Ryn and her folk fight for their lives against Katrina. Maddie finds out a huge secret.
Philo tracks down new info on one of the murder victims. Imogen and Ezra try to manipulate Agreus in high society.
Breakspear loses his cool. Another murder has Inspector Philo seeking alternative investigative methods.
Hirotaka Adachi digs in the J-horror claws with the help of modern folklore’s terrifying power
Nick tries to save Amanda, but there are stranger, more dangerous things happening than he ever imagined.
Ben struggles with the siren’s song effects, but Ryn also struggles with her feelings for him and Maddie, too.
Ben’s struggling with Ryn’s siren song, as she also struggles to hold onto power amongst her people.
David Mackenzie’s tale of Robert the Bruce avoids the myths, focusing on the fierce man of flesh and blood.
A demon escapes the Acheron configuration to haunt the Spellman house
Curtis Harrington’s NIGHT TIDE is a story of loneliness, psychological damage, and the terror of loving someone from a vastly different world.