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Book Review: Sleep Paralysis – Author Patrick Lacey

Sleep Paralysis By Patrick Lacey Great Old Ones Publishing 227 Pages A collection of eighteen short stories with a common thread of what lurks in your subconscious at our most vulnerable times. Worm Garden: Josh and Charlie, two paranormal investigators will stop at nothing to capture the oddities of Worm Garden, even if it comes between them. Operation Parasite: Manny’s …

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Book Review: The Night Marchers And Other Strange Tales – Author Daniel Braum

The Night Marchers And Other Strange Tales By Daniel Braum Grey Matter Press 288 Pages A collection of eleven short stories with a common theme of the dark, disturbed and deviant psychological nature of the average person, vying to cope in a world gone mad. Music of The Spheres: A band’s obsession with a song has ominous consequences on those …

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GRAPHIC NOVEL REVIEW: RISE OF THE HARVESTER BOOK 2 – CON OF THE DEAD

Following the success and cult following of Artist Steve McGinnis range of horror art (http://www.steveillustration.com/), he continues the macabre madness with the follow up to the 2016 graphic novel Rise of the Harvester: Book One. In book one, we are introduced to young boy sitting on a farm with evil just under the skin. We see the growth and development …

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Book Review: The Frightfest Guide to Monster Movies – Author Michael Gingold

The Frightfest Guide to Monster Movies (Dark Heart of Cinema) Series: Dark Heart of Cinema (Book 2) Paperback: 240 pages Publisher: FAB Press (October 15, 2017) By Michael Gingold (Author), Frank Henenlotter (Foreword) It seems about this time every year a new horror treat finds its way to my desk offering all sorts of horror genre classifications and information. This …

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Book Review: Body Art – Author Kristopher Triana

Body Art By Kristopher Triana Blood Bound Books 236 Pages Toby and Jessica may not be everyone’s idea of the perfect couple. Yet their chemistry is Body Art infectious and they seem inseparable. At times it seemed like nothing would come between them. Then Jessica’s insatiable appetite succumbed to the realm of XXX. A neighbouring porn producer named Rutger spots …

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Book Review: The Art of Horror Movies: An Illustrated History – Edited by Stephen Jones

The Art of Horror Movies: An Illustrated History Hardcover: 256 pages Publisher: Applause Theatre & Cinema Books; Ill edition (September 1, 2017) It’s a only a few times a year that a horror genre book comes out that is so stunning, it becomes a must-own right out of the gate. Sure, we get alot if books that focus on the …

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Book Review: The Forbidden (Books of Blood Volumes 4-6) – Author Clive Barker

The Forbidden is one of the stand-out tales from Barker’s acclaimed Books of Blood series: a genre-redefining collection that prompted the horror high-priest Stephen King to proclaim breathlessly that ‘Clive Barker is so good I am almost literally tongue-tied.’ (For any horror fan not to have read these gory, otherworldly fables is a like a church-goer eschewing the New Testament.) It’s …

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Book Review: Dark Faith – Editors: Maurice Broaddus | Jerry Gordon

DARK FAITH Edited by Maurice Broaddus and Jerry Gordon Published by: Apex Publications Publication Date: 2010 Format: Black / White – 360 pages Price: $19.95 Many people believe that faith and horror do not mix, but I would be among the first to argue that point. The experience of terror is an intensely spiritual one and spiritual experiences can often …

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Book Review: How to Zombie Walk: A Guide to the Zombie Event – Author Eric Hahn

How to Zombie Walk: A Guide to the Zombie Event Author: Eric Hahn With the current zombie craze in full swing, it’s inevitable that someone other than novelists would soon start taking advantage, and what Eric Hahn did was nothing short of genius. For the last five years, he has held an annual Zombie Walk in Omaha, a highly coordinated, …

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