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Book Review: Empire – A Zombie Novel – Author David Dunwoody

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EMPIRE: A ZOMBIE NOVEL Written by David Dunwoody Published by Permuted Press Publication Date: 2008 Format: B&W – 296 pages Price: $14.95 For as long as humans have been living we have been dying. If prostitution is called the “original sin” then I make the argument that the undead (in all it’s terrifying forms, from stumbling biting zombies to elegant ...

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Book Review: Flowers from Hell – The Modern Japanese Horror film – Author Jim Harper

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FLOWERS FROM HELL: THE MODERN JAPANESE HORROR FILM (PAPERBACK) by Jim Harper Published by Noir Publishing Publication Date: 2009 Format: Black /White with mid section color pages – 192 pages Price: $24.95 “Flowers from Hell” is a great overview of Asian horror films! Jim Harper has set out to really engage his readers by not only simply giving us a ...

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Book Review: Diablero – Author Toby Tate

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DIABLERO by Toby Tate Publisher: Nightbird Publishing, Norcross, GA Category: Adult Fiction, Horror Format: 6 X 9 Deluxe Trade Paperback, 252 pages ISBN-13: 978-0-9819572-4-1 ISBN-10: 0-9819572-4-2 Pub Date: October 26, 2010 Available from Amazon.com and from your local independent book dealer. Description: Diablero, Obeah, the Nightmare Walker…the demon had many names and had taken many souls before inhabiting the body ...

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Book Review: Firefly – Still Flying – Author Joss Wheldon

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FIREFLY: STILL FLYING: A CELEBRATION OF JOSS WHEDON’S ACCLAIMED TV SERIES (PAPERBACK) Written by Joss Wheldon Published by Titan Books Publication Date: 2010 Format: Color – 160 pages Price: $19.95 I’ll admit to never getting a chance to check out the series when it was live though I did see the film “Serenity” that this series went on to for ...

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Book Revew: Comes the Dark – Author Patrick D’Orazio

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COMES THE DARK By Patrick D’Orazio Comes the Dark is the first novel in a planned trilogy from talented zombie author Patrick D’Orazio. Fans of zombie and horror may recognize Mr. D’Oraizio’s unique last name from one of the many critically acclaimed stories he has placed in independent anthologies over the course of the past two years. In that time ...

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Book Review: Horror Films of the 1970s – Author John Kenneth Muir

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HORROR FILMS OF THE 1970S (2 VOLUME SET) (PAPERBACK) Author John Kenneth Muir Published by McFarland & Company Publication Date: 2007 Format: Black /White – 684 pages Price: $49.95 If you’ve perused our book reviews you’ll find the inclusion of several books dedicated to covering the horror films of the 70’s. This is not surprising as many consider the 70’s as ...

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Book Review: The Vampire Hunters – Author Scott M. Baker

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The Vampire Hunters – Book 1 by Scott M. Baker “Modern day vampire hunters wage a brutal battle against the undead in the nation’s capital. As former Boston cops, Drake Matthews and Alison Monroe thought they had experienced it all… until they found themselves tracking down a serial killer who turned out to be one of the undead. Stopping him ...

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Book Review: Gardens Of Night – Author Greg F. Gifune

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“Recovering from a violent trauma, Marcus Banyon comes to perceive a different reality. Has he suffered a psychotic break as his doctors suggest? Or have his eyes been opened to forces long hidden from the rest of humanity? As he and his wife retreat to an isolated cabin, Marc’s visions lead them to an ancient mythology steeped in mystery and ...

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Book Review: Hagar the Horrible – The Epic Chronicles – Author Dik Browne

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HAGAR THE HORRIBLE: THE EPIC CHRONICLES: THE DAILIES 1973-1974 (HARDCOVER) Written by Dik Browne Published by Titan Books Publication Date: 2009 Format: B&W – 320 pages (Hardcover) Price: $19.95 Long before the Sammy Hagar and the Van Halen clan, came the Viking norseman cartoon strip that caught on almost overnight by one frustrated cartoonist. That cartoonist was Dik Browne. A ...

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Book Review: Heinous – Author Jonathan Moon

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HEINOUS Written by Jonathan Moon Published by Xlibris Corporation Publication Date: 2009 Format: B&W – 134 Pages Price: $19.95 Are you tired of going to your local bookstore to find a great horror novel only to return home empty handed? Looking for a book that features excellent writing, graphic violence, and realistic characters that you actually care about? Want to ...

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