Stephen Volk

For the Benefit of the Tape

DS Hepworth has carried out more interviews than he cares to remember, in his role as a police detective, encountering the underbelly of society in all its guises. Yet, in this disturbing tale, he discovers things that challenge even his sense of reality…

for the benefit of the tape

The Dark Masters Trilogy – a review

Ann Laabs delves into Stephen Volk’s The Dark Masters Trilogy, a triumvirate of novellas featuring a grieving Peter Cushing, a very young Alfred Hitchcock, and Dennis Wheatley’s mysterious summons from ‘The Wickedest Man in the World’…

the dark masters trilogy

Coffinmaker’s Blues – a review

Ally Wilkes reviews Coffinmaker’s Blues, an entertaining and timely look at the perils and joys of genre fiction by screenwriter and author, Stephen Volk…

coffinmaker's blues

Studio of Screams – a review

Studio of Screams, an Amicus-style prose portmanteau featuring novellas by several authors, including Stephen Volk, is reviewed for Horrified by Paul Gorman…​

studio of screams