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Anton Cancre

Anton Cancre is one of those rotting, pus-filled thingies on the underside of humanity that your mother always warned you about. He has oozed symbolic word-farms onto the pages of DEAD SOULS, THE GHOST IS THE MACHINE and D.O.A. II as well as continuing to vomit his oh-so-astute literary opinions, random thoughts and nonsense at antoncancre.blogspot.com and evisceratingpen.wordpress.com. No, he will most definitely not watch your pet shoggoth this weekend, but he is interested in taking that new brain case for a spin through the cosmos.
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Book Review: Peckinpah – an ultraviolent romance – Author Harlan D. Wilson

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PECKINPAH: AN ULTRAVIOLENT ROMANCE Written by Harlan D. Wilson Published by Shroud Publishing Publication Date: 2009 Format: Black & White – 116 pages Price: $7.99 Picture this: you spend an entire weekend of this year’s Context hearing repeated glowing praise of a certain book after a month or so of prior buildup. Over the preceding year, you’ve come to trust …

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Book Review: The Monster Within – Author R. Thomas Riley

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THE MONSTER WITHIN IDEA (PAPERBACK) Author R. Thomas Riley Published by Apex Publications Publication Date: 2009 Format: Black /White- 224 pages Price: $15.95 Death comes in many forms. Sometimes it’s in-your-face, “holy sh*t!” realization. Other times it sidles up to you in red lipstick and a pink thong.” How’s that sh*t for the start of a story, eh? And that …

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Book Review: Phoenix and the Darkness of Wolves – Author Shane Jiraiya Cummings

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PHOENIX AND THE DARKNESS OF WOLVES Author Shane Jiraiya Cummings Published by Damnation Books Publication Date: 2009 Format: Black /White – 90 pages Price: $9.90 What’s the deal with Australia as a post-Apocalyptic wasteland? I certainly wouldn’t figure them to be the first target for a full out nuclear barrage. Then again, if anyone could survive alongside the c**kroaches and Little …

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Book Review: Nuclear Jellyfish – Author Tim Dorsey

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NUCLEAR JELLYFISH Author Tim Dorsey Published by Harper Collins Publication Date: 2009 Format: Black /White – 320 pages Price: $24.99 “There are three-and only three- kinds of people in the world: Those who don’t know they’re damaged and blame others; those who realize they’re damaged and blame others; and then people like you and me, who wear damage like comfortable pajamas” …

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Book Review: Ultimate Guide to Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse – Author F. Kim O’Neill

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The problem this book faces is its competition. There's a sea of similar books out there, including the hulking beast rampaging through the city that is Max Brooks' Zombie Survival Guide. At more than twice the price, TUGtSaZA doesn't present any solid reason to purchase it over what is considered by many to be the definitive guide of its type.

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Book Review: Robin Hood and the Friar Tuck – Zombie Killers – Author Paul A. Freeman

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ROBIN HOOD AND FRIAR TUCK: ZOMBIE KILLERS – A CANTERBURY TALE (PAPERBACK) Written by Paul A. Freeman Published by Coscom Entertainment Publication Date: 2009 Format: Black & White – 97 pages Price: $12.99 “The spell upon the guards was broken when The first of them was slaughtered like a hen Whose neck upon the chopping block gets thwacked. On either …

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Book Review: The Fourth Black Book of Horror – Author Charles Black

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THE FOURTH BLACK BOOK OF HORROR Author Charles Black Published by Mortbury Press Publication Date: 2009 Format: B&W – 232 pages Price: $15.00 “People Who liked horror were f*ckwits. He’d lived with horror all his life. Real Horror. Well, tonight he’d spread it around.” -”All Hallow’s Even” In the interest of total honesty and with full respect to the fine …

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Book Review: Taste of Tenderloin – Author Gene O’Neill

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TASTE OF TENDERLOIN Written by Gene O’Neill Published by Apex Publications Publication Date: 2009 Format: Black & White – 144 pages Price: $13.95 “The ‘Loin was without a doubt the armpit of the city. Because of the full moon, he knew that every panhandler, homeless person, hooker, junkie, and crazy would be hyped up and crowding the street…” Anyone that …

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Book Review: The Girl Next Door – Author Jack Ketchum

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THE GIRL NEXT DOOR by Jack Ketchum Published by Leisure Books Publication Date: 2005 Format: Black /White – 370 pages Price: $7.99 “We were juveniles-not criminals but delinquents. So that under the law we were innocent by definition, not to be held accountable for our acts exactly, as though everybody under eighteen were legally insane and unable to tell right …

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Book Review: Vicious Verses and Reanimated Ryhmes – Editor A.P. Fuchs

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VICIOUS VERSES AND REANIMATED RYHMES Edited By A.P. Fuchs Published by Coscom Entertainment Publication Date: 2009 Format: Black & White – 144 pages Price: $13.95 “While most people plan For fire and flood, earthquakes Winters, acts of God You plot a course For the day Someone meddles- The day Some new Frankenstein Raises the dead.” -“Zombie Attack Escape Plan”, Claire …

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Book Review: Three Zombies and a Demon – Author Roy C. Booth

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Nobody goes to plays anymore. They're boring, lifeless things only enjoyed by the rich and snobby as a way to pretend that they are better than the rest of us. Well, Mr. Naysayer in my head, I beg to disagree. Maybe it would change your mind if we threw in some rotting, flesh hungry ghouls and horned minions of darkness in adaptations of stories from one of the premier purveyors of literary horror out there, Necrotic Tissue. By the guy that brought Brian Keene's soul searing exploration of fiscal depression and a dead boy Jesus, Terminal, to the stage. I got your attention now, don't I, Sparky?

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