Dianne Duvall's Top 5 Horror Movies- An Immortal Guardians Companion Blog Tour

She's at it again!
Dianne Duvall is giving her fans a deep dive into all things Immortal Guardians! You do not want to miss this exciting read, as told by Sheldon, a human second and long time interviewer for the group.
Get ready to laugh, learn, and see these Immortals in a different light. 

Today Dianne Duvall has included a top five list of her favorite Horror Movies! Sweet! Let's go!

An Immortal Guardians Companion


An Immortal Guardians Companion
By Dianne Duvall
Release Date: October 12, 2021

Hello, all!

 Your favorite character, Sheldon, here. If you’re an Immortal Guardians fan, I think you’re really going to enjoy this companion. Dianne has packed it with ninety pages of deleted scenes that feature many of the characters you’ve come to know and love plus a bonus scene from Cliff’s Descent that you won’t want to miss.

You’ll also find every character interview Dianne has ever written inside these pages. (Those of you who’ve encountered a few in the past know the ones I conduct are the best.) If you’ve never read one or you missed a few, then pick up a copy, sit back, and laugh while I interview Immortal Guardians and the loves of their lives for the network. Even Chris Reordon and Todd down at network headquarters get in on the action. 

I also interview Dianne and ply her with questions I thought you’d like to ask her. Throw in a couple of short stories, what inspired the Immortal Guardians series, and a brief Who Does What Now? list, and you’re bound to enjoy it.

See you on the inside!

Your friend,

Immortal Guardian Richart’s immensely competent Second
And the most beloved character in the Immortal Guardians series (at least in his mind)




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The Immortal Guardians Series:

Dianne Duvall’s Top 5 Favorite Horror Movies

Hello! Thank you for joining us in celebrating the release of AN IMMORTAL GUARDIANS COMPANION. This year marks the tenth anniversary of the launch of my Immortal Guardians series, so I thought it would be a great time to provide fans with a one-stop shop for deleted scenes, bonus scenes, short stories, and laugh-inspiring character interviews that feature the characters they’ve come to know and love. I had a lot of fun, putting it all together. :-)

I have always looked forward to the month of October, and not just because the brutal heat of summer finally begins to wan. Back when paranormal romance was still rare, I could always count on October to bring me some exciting new PNR releases. I LOVE paranormal romance because it combines two of my favorite genres: romance and horror. And when I’m not immersed in yet another PNR book, I like to dim the lights and lose myself in the horror movies that proliferate in the weeks leading up to Halloween. My list of favorite scary movies is a very long one, so today I would share my Top 5 Favorite Horror Movies that paint characters into a terrifying corner.


My Top 5 Favorite Horror Movies


1)    THE THING — Talk about painting characters into a corner! Whew! These poor guys can’t tell who to trust and can’t escape the threat in their camp without freezing to death. This one is a classic, and I never tire of watching it. 

2)    30 DAYS OF NIGHT — Another great set-up: A tiny community that descends into 30 days of darkness with no sunrise and no communication with the outside world? It’s a vampire’s dream. And I really like the approach this movie took to vampires.

3)    DESCENT — If you’re familiar with my books, then you know I like stories that feature strong women. The women in this are indeed strong and encounter something unexpected while exploring a cave that has not yet been mapped. Not many scary movies spook me, but this one did.

4)    THE RUINS — If someone had told me before I watched this what the “monster” was, I would’ve just stared at him or her and said, “Seriously?” But it has found a permanent place in my horror library.

5)    TRAIN TO BUSAN — There are sooooooo many zombie movies out there that this one is sometimes overlooked. But I really like it. The characters pull me in every time and, sometimes, just break my heart. This is a great one.


 I think the most terrifying corner I’ve ever painted a character into was in THE SEGONIAN, which isn’t part of the Immortal Guardians series but does feature an Immortal Guardian heroine. I think she weathered it well. ;-)

So, what are some of your favorite scary movies that paint characters into a corner?


Dianne Duvall is the New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author of the Immortal Guardians paranormal romance series, the Aldebarian Alliance scifi romance series, and The Gifted Ones medieval and timetravel romance series.  The Lasaran, the first book in the Aldebarian Alliance Series, was a #1 Audible Mover & Shaker. The Segonian, the second book in the Aldebarian Alliance Series, was a Barnes&Noble Top Indie Favorite. Audible chose Awaken the Darkness as one of the Top 5 Best Paranormal Romance Audiobooks of 2018. Reviewers have called Dianne's books "fast-paced and humorous" (Publishers Weekly), "utterly addictive" (RT Book Reviews),   "extraordinary" (Long and Short Reviews), and "wonderfully  imaginative" (The Romance Reviews). Dianne's books have twice been  nominated for RT Reviewers' Choice Awards. And her audiobooks have been awarded the AudioFile Earphones Award for Excellence. 

Dianne's books have all appeared on the New York Times, USA Today, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Apple Books, and/or Kobo Bestseller lists.  The first book in Dianne's The Gifted Ones series, A Sorceress of His Own, is a prequel of sorts to Darkness Dawns. A USA Today bestseller, A Sorceress of His Own is a medieval romance with paranormal elements that was awarded the AudioFile Earphones Award for Excellence and was an Audie Finalist. The second book in the series, Rendezvous With Yesterday, is a time travel romance that won the GraveTells Readers' Choice Award for Best Historical Romance. 

In addition to writing romance, Dianne has completed a one-act play  (comedy) and teamed up with an award-winning screenwriter to write a  spec script for a new situation comedy. Several of her poems have also  been published in anthologies. 

When she isn't writing, Dianne is very active in the independent film  industry and has even appeared on-screen, crawling out of a moonlit  grave and wielding a machete like some of the psychotic vampires she creates in  her books.

For the latest news on upcoming releases, contests, and more, please visit DianneDuvall.com or sign up for her Newsletter. You can also find Dianne online . . .


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To celebrate the release of An Immortal Guardians Companion, Dianne Duvall will be giving away a $50 Amazon Gift Card and a $25 Amazon Gift Card to one lucky reader each! To enter, fill out the Rafflecopter form found in this post. Follow along with the Blog Tour for more chances to win daily. > https://authorstaproom.com/an-immortal-guardians-companion-by-dianne-duvall/ <  Good luck!

That is all for now! Let us know what your favorite Horror Movies are in the comments below, and as always, Happy reading!

*My favorite Horror Movies- I LOVE all things Stephen King, so, my favorite has to be Rose Red (2002); It's eerie, dark, and about a girl with abilities inside a massive mansion with a team where walls and corridors change, and Stephen King plays the pizza delivery guy. 
Others on my list:
-The Shining (1980)
-Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber on Fleet Street (2007)
-Poltergeist (1982)
The Conguring (2013)
Amityville Horror (2005)


  1. Moment of truth, I am a huge baby and cannot watch scary movies! lol Thank you for joining in the Blog Tour, Melissa! I hope that your readers enjoy An Immortal Guardians Companion, out tomorrow, October 12th. ☺ Happy reading!

  2. I love horror movies. Poltergeist and The Conjuring are among my favorites as well and Sweeny Todd was cool. I feel like I need to take another look at the top 5 though. I've seen 2 of them for sure, and maybe 2 others, but they're a blur. Definitely going to look into that!

  3. My son loves horror movies so I end up watching them with him. I used to freak out with them which greatly amused my son, but I've mellowed. Aliens is probably his fav and I've grown to appreciate it. Arachnophobia is probably my personal favorite because... spiders...

  4. I love anything by Stephen King! πŸ’œ

  5. Happy Release Day! Ironically enough, I really like those Scream movies! Still pretty creepy to me! And who doesn't love a good Michael Myers movie? That guy is supernatural!

  6. I'm a wimp too. But I loved watching the Poltergeist films and the Amityville films too. I really should get around to watching Sweeny Todd. I's need An Immortal Guardians Companion to de-scare me afterwards though. 😘


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