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Book Review: He Who Walks in Shadow – Author Brett J. Talley


He Who Walks In Shadow By: Brett J. Talley JournalStone Publishing 179 Pages “Well, that’s quite the story, isn’t it? Not exactly what one wants to hear on the eve of an expedition,” He laughed, but it was no more honest than his smile. After the ominous book, The Incendium Maleficarum has disappeared from the personal safe of Carter Weston, ...

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Film Review: Jacob (2011)


SYNOPSIS: As a developmentally teen Jacob Kell grapples with coping in a broken home, his abusive, drunken step-father and obstacles in his personal affliction. Can his adoring younger sister Sissy be the only key to keeping the unearthly voices that beckon his devotion? REVIEW: Directed By: Larry Wade Carell Starring: Grace Powell, Dylan Horne, Krystn Caldwell, Larry Wade Carell Jacob ...

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Book Review: Darkness Rising – Author Brian Moreland


Darkness Rising By: Brian Moreland Samhain Publishing 98 Pages Marty Weaver is a dreamer that expresses his romantic nature through poetry. Often going to a nearby lake for inspiration he ventures forth to ponder over his unrequited love Jennifer. On this ill-fated evening Marty is not alone. Three ruthless killers have occupied his sanctuary. As the killers commence a hellacious ...

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Film Review: Phantom of the Woods (2013)


SYNOPSIS: When two emotionally disturbed teenagers feel they’re at their limit in terms of coping a very ominous nightmare is presented within the very woods that surround them. As the mysterious death toll rises so does their fear and their very survival is threatened against the Phantom of The Woods. REVIEW: Directed by: Michael Storch Starring: Delaney Hathaway, JRS Storch, ...

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Film Review: Rise of The Animals (2011)


SYNOPSIS: In a suburb of anywhere, U.S.A. local teens discover that world as gone horribly awry as all creatures great and small begin to ruthlessly attack people unprovoked. REVIEW: Directed by: Chris Wojcik Whacked-out Entertainment Starring: Greg Hoople, Stephanie Motta, Adam Schonberg, Nikki Preston Pizza delivery boy Wolf (Greg Hoople) and his pal Jake (Adam Schonberg) realize they’re going to ...

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Book Review: Savage Beasts – Editors Anthony Rivera |Sharon Lawson


Savage Beasts Edited by Anthony Rivera and Sharon Lawson Grey Matter Press 288 Pages A collection of eleven musically inspired tales to orchestrate the macabre. To Soothe The Savage Beast by Edward Morris: A security guard has a ghostly encounter with a legendary musician. Going Home by Karen Runge: Inspired by the Nine Inch Nails song, Piggy, Hayden and his ...

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Film Review: Detour (2013)


SYNOPSIS: After a catastrophic mudslide traps Jackson Alder inside his SUV several feet beneath the earth he grapples for survival while the sands of time are swiftly running out against any chance in possible rescue. REVIEW: Directed By: William Dickerson Starring: Neil Hopkins, Brea Grant, John Forest Detour is a claustrophobic expose that will grind on your nerves, suffocating your ...

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Book Review: Girrrl – Author Devin Govaere


Girrrl By: Devin Govaere Samhain Publishing 91 Pages “Surrounded by fears. And all of them real.” Kelly Carter isn’t your typical ten year old girl. On the surface she may seem like your ordinary, everyday American youth. Yet some most prominent fears plague the girl’s mind. Fear of the dark, water, and monsters nearly cripple her for regular, healthy summer ...

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Film Review: The Nightmare (2015)


SYNOPSIS: Eight individuals suffering from a rare disorder called sleep paralysis, where the person is rendered immobile, unable to speak, move or react when falling asleep or awakening are interviewed. Horrifying visions that share a common thread often appear to the sufferer’s in the form of shadow people. Vague, dark translucent entities that stalk the person’s worst nightmares are relentless ...

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Book Review: Agony – Author E. Michael Lewis


Agony By: E. Michael Lewis Samhain Publishing 45 Pages “I did it because they deserved it. I did it because I deserved it.” The Twin Lakes mall seems like your everyday, ordinary locale for browsers, teens and shoppers. Although the merchants grounds wasn’t always the site for serenity and spending. Thomas “Agony” Agonetti had once prowled the center, abducting young ...

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Film Review: Estranged (2015)


SYNOPSIS: While vacationing abroad with her boyfriend Callum, January sustains a tragic motor scooter accident that renders her with amnesia and confined to a wheel chair. The only suitable place for recovery is her family’s estate, the very same family that she’d been estranged from for over six years. Will January overcome seemingly insurmountable odds and see a full recovery? ...

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