From the Nyx Horror Collective, creators of the “13 Minutes of Horror”, comes a new chapter of terror: NightTide. No longer is their work just focused on the screen. Now, the team is moving to the digital page with a new weekly magazine led by core Nyx Horror Collective member Mo Moshaty.
As NightTide Editor-In-Chief, Moshaty explains, “Working in horror academia these last few years has really opened my eyes to the vast amount of delegates, fans, and scholars from marginalized communities. It’s going to be an honor to give space in NightTide to the voices that aren’t the usual
talking heads. We want to hear perspectives from creators of color, the LGBTQIA+, Disabled, and Neurodivergent communities, and those breaking the barriers of ageism in the genre, giving them a platform to emerge from the shadows.”
NightTide has officially launched, with an interview between Moshaty and academic Lakkaya Palmer about fatherhood in horror.
Nyx Horror Collective’s “13 Minutes of Horror” is an anthology of horror shorts from 2021 and 2022. Both are currently available to stream on Shudder. The latter won the 2022 Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Award for “Best Short Film”. The Collective is currently in its third year of the Nyx Horror Collective Fellowship with Stowe Story Labs.
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