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August 30th, 2014
Interviewed by: Mike Joy
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August 31st, 2014
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August 28th, 2014
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August 26th, 2014
Reviewed by: Dave Gammon
Category: Book Reviews
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 of dogs, which is probably a good thing.
This is … Continue reading
Oh yes, thank you very much indeed, David and Scot, for putting this delightful thing out there. “Zombie Apocalypse Preparation: How to Survive in an Undead World and Have Fun Doing It!” is a wonderfully entertaining, funny and observant book which does exactly what it says in … Continue reading
This book covers the complete history of how many times Sherlock Holmes has been portrayed in films and on television. It looks at the different time periods, the different actors who have played the role of Holmes, and discusses how the character has had a major influence on pop culture.
I have never really been into Sherlock Holmes (I have always preferred Poeâ€™s very underrated detective C. Auguste Dupin personally) … Continue reading
â€śOnce you been noticed by the gods- and believe me, Jessie, youâ€™ve been noticed all right- you have to choose your alliances carefully. There are wars going on right now with stakes and consequences you canâ€™t even imagine. Every human is born to die, but people are good at making new people; humanity will continue no matter how many souls I take. So my murdering of another little town isnâ€™t what you … Continue reading
Iâ€™m a big fan of anthologies, and always look forward to new ones. Anthologies were big in the 80s, and I have a bunch on my shelf. They seem to be making a comeback; Iâ€™ve been seeing a lot of calls for submissions for anthologies recently, and thatâ€™s great.
Detritus is an okay anthology, not great. There are no bad stories; however, a lot of the … Continue reading
Pazuzu and Lugal are human incarnates of Mesopotamia with unearthly powers. An ancient tablet of destiny is stolen from the goddess Lamashtu. As a result the two are exiled to exist among humans as their infinite sentencing.
Gradually indication the two with supernatural powers can no longer keep up with their cleaver contemporary disguise. As nosey neighbours, meddlesome community members and the school system notice that something is … Continue reading
Synopsis-A college town is placed under quarantine by the military after a virus causes a zombie outbreak to occur. After being attacked by a herd of zombies and surviving Ashley finds out that she is a â€śWild Cardâ€ť-the term used by the military for people who are immune to the effects of the virus. She is teamed up with a small group of wild cards and they set out … Continue reading
Camilla is raped and brutally murdered at the hands of a corrupt police officer. She wakes up dead, oblivious to the fact sheâ€™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 an aspiring mortician in training and steals Camillaâ€™s body from a nearby hospital morgue. … Continue reading
While its shockingly gleaming cover sporting a demonic Linda Blair screams out of the shelves with an almost haunting curiosity, it’s the contents that make this edition a rich little friend to accompany you on outings. Another from the “Barron’s” 101 Movies collection, this tiny fat boy edition offers some great suggestive reading and influential recommendations to fill your evening with plenty of horrific cinematics. It begins so humbly with it’s early … Continue reading
Just when you thought it was safe to crawl back into bed … we’ve got a new set of terrors! If Night Terrors made you pray for dawn, Volume II will send you into total madness. Step inside the secret chambers of the Vatican and experience the dark side of the papal elections. Meet people only a mother could love, … Continue reading
It is October and for those of us who like to read Horror Fiction this is a time of year we look forward to. Why, you ask? Not only is this our favorite time of the year but this is also when Paul Miller of Earthling Publications gets ready to release his latest book in his critically acclaimed and much loved Halloween Series. This is the seventh book in the series which … Continue reading
I’ll admit this before I get going â€¦ I’m a bit of a Kurt Newton fan boy. I published his truly gut-wrenching mind-altering short story â€śButter Red and Diamond Eyesâ€ť in my (now defunkt) online venue Horror Quarterly â€“ (I republished it in the â€śBest … Continue reading
A collection of three stories chronicling the adventures of David Kindcaid, a paranormal investigator who is very similar to Carl Kolchak from the old television series â€śKolchak: The Night Stalker.â€ť The book follows Kincaid as he investigates cases that have supernatural and horror related elements, and he finds himself up against some truly odd things during his adventures. The first story sees him looking into a series … Continue reading
If you like your reading material dark with atmosphere as thick as Appalachian forests and with as many twists and tilts as Appalachian mountain roads then I recommend the Skull Ring by Scott Nicholson. The Skull Ring is horror/thriller of fine caliber that does a great … Continue reading
Ever since I was a kid, Iâ€™ve loved fantasy and stories about other worlds and beings/creatures that were not of our realm. So when the first book I was to review was of the fantasy genre, I was more than happy to have the chance to read and review it.
Jason Barthelemyâ€™s â€śDoguhnâ€ť tells the story of a young man by the name of Guy Kruspe who moves to a small town in an … Continue reading
I’m always happy to find another book focused on the theme of Asian horror. Mainly because with each published offering, I learn a bit more about the underlying theme of Asian films. Asian horror has so many variations that surpass American styles of filmmaking, that the inventiveness is often mesmerizing at times. Then again, it can also be heavily redundant when a particular trend is in motion such as the wet haired … Continue reading