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Book Review: Hunting The Moon Tribe – Author David Agranoff



by David Agranoff

For a thousand generations, the Dragon Slayers Society has hunted the most vile monsters across China. Thirty years ago Yuen Wong sacrificed his wife Elsa to save his new born son, Chen. They escaped China to America, and Yuen continued his search for the warrior foretold to confront the master vampire, Huwan-Tun.

Erich is a student at the Wong’s … Continue reading

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Book Review: Unearthed – Author Gina Ranalli



by Gina Ranalli
(Delirium Books)

The Pacific Northwest is known for its near-constant rainy season. But on New Years Day, the sun emerges and one woman, alone with her dog, ventures out to discover that something else has arrived with the new year: vast sinkholes, large enough to swallow entire cities, claim the lives of millions and unearth nightmare creatures that … Continue reading

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Book Review: Eden: Crusade – Author Tony Monchinski


Eden: Crusade is the follow up to Tony Monchinski’s first popular Eden novel. It features several important and well known characters (big bad Bear, pregnant Julie, feisty Gwen, movie-loving Mickey, and the once proud and strong Buddy) from the first installment as well as the same flesh hungry hordes of ravenous undead. Like the first it is told in a jumbled up sequence that seems a little disorienting until the entire story … Continue reading

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Book Review: Guilty Pleasures – Author Laurell K. Hamilton



Written by Laurell K. Hamilton
Published by Jove
Publication Date: 2007
Format: Black /White – 272 pages
Price: $4.99

well I don’t know about you folks but I just adore the sh*t out of her books, I even have the comic book. Vampires have always been something I am interested in but Guilty Pleasures offers you a lot more than most tales of vampires. You aren’t … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Trinity Secret: Hidden in Plain Sight



In this latest release from the team of Marie D. Jones and Larry Flaxman, we look at the mysteries of the number 3. More importantly, its seemingly metaphysical characteristics that bridge over into religion, historical data and our past which has this certain affinity with the idea of tri and its many related classifications.

The book takes a hard look “rightly so” in its first chapter at Christianity and … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Ritual – Author Adam Nevill




Four old college friends reunite for a fun-filled trip to the woods. Unfortunately, people change and the group realizes that they aren’t as close as they were when they were all still in college. Worse yet, they have seen to have taken a wrong turn and soon find themselves hopelessly lost in the vast wilderness. The fun-filled trip that the group hoped for soon becomes a living nightmare as … Continue reading

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Book Review: Among the Living – Author Timothy W. Long


Written by Timothy W. Long
Published by Library of the Living Dead
Publication Date: 2009
Format: B&W – 252 Pages
Price: $14.95

Among The Living, brought to you from the zombified staff at Library of the Living Dead Press, is the debut novel from Timothy W. Long. Mr. Long lives in Seattle and he uses his town as the setting for the zombie mayhem … Continue reading

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Book Review: Hiram Grange and the Village of the Damned – Author Jake Burrows


Come the bright, unwavering light of dawn, H.G. and the VotD made for a damn fine and totally entertaining read that moved me in unexpected ways. I can’t wait to find out what lies in store for our intrepid anti-hero once he washes the puke out of his hair. Continue reading

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Book Review: Horror Films – Author Colin Odell, Michelle Le Blanc



Written by Colin Odell and Michelle Le Blanc
Published by KameraBooks

Publication Date: 2008
Format: Color & Black /White – 204 pages
Price: $16.95

With the subject of horror being so enormous, there are alot of ways in which to author a book with directions to take. I’m always happy to see when books such as this go different routes to stand out from other such books. … Continue reading


Book Review: In the Flesh – Author Clive Barker



Written by Clive Barker
Published by Pocket Books
Publication Date: 1998
Format: B&W – 255 pages
Price: $7.99

Hell-o, book maggots. This is a review for the man that Stephen King calls “better than he is now.” The quote is on the front cover. Of course, I can’t agree with the King, but Clive does kick some ass all the same. This review is for the … Continue reading


Book Review: East Asian Cinema – Author David Carter


Another compact edition of Kamera Books that is focused on Asian filmmaking comes per way of “East Asian Cinema” written by David Carter. The book is a bit more rooted in Asian historics and culture than some of Kamera’s other books. This could be a plus or minus depending on your perspective. The focus here though is specifically the directors and films within the East Asian region. So they are not entirely … Continue reading

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Book Review: Fangoria Magazine – Issue 305


Fangoria Magazine – Issue 305

Welcome a new addition to our regularly reviewed magazines, but certainly not new to horror fans…..Fangoria. As the world of horror changes and grows, there has been one constant bringing us month to month reports on things that go bump in the night. That constant though has changed faces a few times, which leads me into my review of the latest edition of Fangoria.

Featuring a painted … Continue reading

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Book Review: Halloween Nation – Author Lesley Pratt Bannatyne



A book made for the festive ghoul in all of us, “Halloween Nation” is a work of passion written by author Lesley Pratt Bannatyne. This new release which is subtitled “Behind the Scenes of America’s Fright Night” is actually that. It proudly boastthe symbol of “I love Halloween” which is apparent from the 2 years of research she did to bring us this … Continue reading

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Book Review: City of Dust – Issue 5


Written by Steve Niles
Published by Radical Publishing
Publication Date: 2009
Format: Color – 28 pages
Price: $2.99

City of Dust #5 is a logical rap up to a clever series by horror comic guru Steve Niles. If you didn’t read the last review City of Dust focuses on … Continue reading

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Book Review: Eleven Twenty Three – Author Jason S. Hornsby


I read a wide variety of independent fiction. I’m addicted to it. I have stacks and stacks of independent horror, zombie, and bizarro books that could really cause physical harm if they tip over. These books entertain me, they entrance me, they inspire me, and they are my escape. There is one thing that none of them have done yet though. As someone who reads dark and writes even darker, I don’t … Continue reading

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Book Review: Diabolique Magazine – Issue 3


Diabolique Magazine – Issue 3

Thanx again for joining us for a look at Diabolique..this time issue #3. So far each issue has been rich in articles, design with a common theme of acknowledging the gothic culture of film, art and literature. This is a plus for readers who between online sites (like our own) and common print magazines have found more than their share of coverage in the mainstream of film releases. To prove … Continue reading

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