This companion to Joss Whedon's creepy, sci-fi, horror flick, The Cabin in the Woods, gives fans a fantastic inside look at the enigmatic film.
Tom Doherty Associates - best known for its Tor science fiction imprint - has announced plans to scrap digital rights management (DRM) in the US and UK.
Most of us can probably agree that no matter what you are buying, DRM is little more than an annoyance.
When James Bond hit the silver screen in 1962, everyone wanted to be a spy. The danger, the Cold War intrigue, the gadgets, the women, it all looked so exciting.
Sherlock Holmes on Screen: The Complete Film and Television History is a well researched guide to every television and film adaptation of Sherlock Holmes up until last year.
Titan Books has announced that it will be publishing an adaptation of Warner Bros. upcoming Batman trilogy conclusion, The Dark Knight Rises.
Blood on the Mink was originally written over 50 years ago, when it appeared, under the pseudonym Ray McKensie, in the final issue of Trapped Detective Story Magazine, one of the last remaining pulp magazines.
Next month, Titan Books is publishing Blood on the Mink, a 'lost' novel penned by sci-fi master Robert Silverberg.
It’s been over a year since Sam Raimi, the famous creator of the Evil Dead franchise, purchased the film rights to The Day of the Triffids.
Little Brown Book Group (LBBG) has clinched a deal to publish J.K.Rowling’s next novel, which the company says will be for adult audiences.
Penguin UK and Diamond Book Distributors have confirmed they will soon begin selling Doctor Who books in North America.
A new tumblr blog - which is being written in-canon for the upcoming Hunger Games adaptation - went live this week.
HBO has confirmed that season 2 of its wildly popular Game of Thrones series will kick off on April 1, 2012.
Cloud Atlas - the latest Wachowski project - depicts the complex threads of a story spread across multiple centuries.
In the 1950’s, horror cinema was still in its infancy, and at the top of that game was Hammer Films.
Google's persuaded the British Library to give it access to a quarter of a million out-of-copyright books for its Google Books digital library project.
Google's attempt to create a massive digital library has been stymied by a New York federal judge, who's rejected the deal struck between the company and groups representing authors and publishers.
Ion Audio, best-known for producing products to help music lovers transfer tracks from vinyl to CD, has released a product promising to do the equivalent for books.
Google and Harvard University have launched a searchable database of over five million books - about four percent of all books that have ever been printed.
Reading an ebook is substantially slower than reading a standard paper version, according to a study.