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Book Review: The Listeners – Author Harrison Demchick

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Before the plague, and the quarantine, fourteen-year-old Daniel Raymond had only heard of the Listeners. They were a gang, or at least that’s what his best friend Katie’s police officer father had said. They were criminals, thieves, monsters–deadly men clearly identifiable by the removal of their right ears. That’s what Daniel had heard. But he didn’t know. He didn’t know ...

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Book Review: Terminator Salvation – The Offical Companion – Author Tara Bennett

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TERMINATOR SALVATION: THE OFFICIAL COMPANION Written by Tara Bennett Published by Titan Books Publication Date: 2009 Format: Color – 144 pages Price: $29.95 The year is 2018 ……coming off the huge franchise undertaking, Terminator Salvation adds another chapter to the already in place trilogy. This time we see the effect of skynet on the world after the end of days. ...

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Book Review: Demons and Other Inconveniences – Author Dan Dillard

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I thought that Dan Dillard’s Demons and Other Inconveniences had grabbed me from the very title. After all, who wouldn’t want to read a collection of short stories by a man who has the stones to reduce the minions of Hell itself to mere inconveniences with a tongue-in-cheek swipe of the pen? But I hadn’t really been grabbed yet, just ...

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Book Review: Boneyard vol 7 – Author Richard Moore

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BONEYARD #7 – (PAPERBACK) Written by Richard Moore Published by Nantier Beall Minoustchine Publishing Publication Date: 2010 Format: B / W – 96 Pages Price: $9.99 Richard Moore brings us volume seven in his ongoing epic titled Boneyard. This edition is extra special as it brings closure to a long fantastical journey. As its written in current a press release: ...

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Book Review: Girrrl – Author Devin Govaere

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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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Book Review: VHS Video Cover Art – Author Thomas Hodge

As a movie lover for the better part of forty years, one of the most important aspects in my overall enjoyment of a film is my impression of it through the film’s advertising campaign, usually through the coming attractions trailer but mostly through the advertising artwork, also known as the movie poster. When I was growing up in the 1970’s, ...

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Book Review: The Ghoul – Issue 1

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THE GHOUL – ISSUE#1 (COMIC) Writer: Steve Niles Artist: Bernie Wrightson Colors: Tom Smith Letters: Robbie Robbins Editor: Tom Waltz Published by: IDW Publishing Publication Date: 2009 Format: Full Color – 32 pages Price: $3.99 “When Los Angeles Detective Lieutenant Lloyd Klimpt finds himself in the middle of a Hollywood mystery that falls way outside the norm, he knows he’s ...

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Book Review: Breaking News – Author N.J. Hallard

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Zombies. Dirty, filthy, rotting corpses lumbering around feasting our brains. They have become pop icons and have spawned countless movies, comic books and novels. It is difficult to find anything on the subject that is unique. Breaking news by N.J. Hallard is one of those few exceptions. For starters the novel takes place in the United Kingdom and follows a ...

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Book Review: Pavlov’s Dog’s – Authors D.L. Snell | Thomas Brannan

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Pavlov’s Dogs Authors D.L. Snell and Thomas Brannan Permuted Press Werewolves! Zombies! Armageddon! Now there’s a good tagline. This is a wonderfully engrossing and satisfying book which has all the hallmarks of a classic horror novel, whilst mixing two beloved beasts in one tale. Despite its title, it’s not about physiologist Ivan Pavlov and his investigations into the gastric workings ...

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Book Review: Agony – Author E. Michael Lewis

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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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Book Review: Atrum Terra: Dark Lands – Author Brenton J. Cox

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Atrum Terra: Dark Lands (A Potentially True Zombie Apocalypse Author: Brenton J. Cox Zombies seem impossible to escape these days; they have overrun the literary field and are making a renewed comeback in the film industry despite almost being snuffed out for a time. Just as they were originally intended to do, zombies have taken over the Western world (or ...

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Book Review: Woman Scorned – Author Angela Alsaleem

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Woman Scorned – Angela Alsaleem Camilla is raped and brutally murdered at the hands of a corrupt police officer. She wakes up dead, oblivious to the fact she’s crossed over into another realm of existence. As she collects herself, consumed in despair and distraught she begins to walk along the road side, hauntingly closer to her ultimate fate. Libitina is ...

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Book Review: The Darkened Corner – Author Tom Hamilton

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The DARKENED CORNER By Tom Hamilton Philistine Press This dark thriller fits into the horror genre more from its atmosphere and unsettling style rather than the amount of violence. A unique mix of biography and narrative, this intriguing novella follows seventeen years in the life of the main character, an Irish traveler with a knack for narrative. It provides a ...

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