Horror, The Limits of Human Understanding, and God as a Rabbit by J. Robert Kane

Since Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein, arguably the world’s first Science-Fiction novel, the genres of Horror and Sci-Fi have been inextricably linked.  Where there is no direct connection between the two, the occult becomes science’s proxy.  And why not? What is the occult, after all, but that which lays beyond the purview of reason and science? At the…