Thank you for checking out the April issue of the Popcorn Horror magazine. As always, the magazine is available to download as 'Pay What You Want'. We are a small team of dedicated indie horror fans, and any donation, however small, is much appreciated. If you are not able to donate, we would really appreciate if you shared the magazine with friends and put a link on your social media.
Huge thank you to Liam Irons for designing our awesome front cover!
If you're looking for something to read over the Easter Weekend, there's a packed issue ahead. Regular features like Diary of a Horror Nerd and Rock in Purgatory (R.I.P) are here, along with plenty of new independent horror voices and stories. We chatted with an artist who recreated the spiderhead prop from The Thing - body horror fans, check out the stunning images.
Speaking of body horror, we are welcoming Ross D. McFarland to the team. He's written a dental horror fiction short that is sure to make you squirm. Lots of great art features as we delve into the world of LEGO horror art, as well as looking at the process of designing a cover for a horror novel.
Comic fans have a double dose of terrifying clowns, with a giant preview of Made Up: Zombie Clown Circus, and a review of SINK - a comic focused on the dark side of Glasgow at night.
We also talk to the creator of indie horror sucess story Volumes of Blood, and get the latest on Canadian zombie series Forgotten Corpses.
If you're a horror fan, comic lover, support the independent film scene or want to read something scary before bed; we have something you'll love. Pay What You Want, #SupportIndieHorror