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Book Review: Tombstone Teeth and Other Horrors | Author E.G. Rand

Tombstone Teeth and Other Horrors By E.G. Rand 50 Pages A collection of four short stories under the genre of contemporary horror and not so conventional fears. Since the pandemic had unleashed upon our society in early 2020, we have all been prompted to make some radical changes. Whether these changes are temporary, extreme, or perpetual could vary as much …

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Book Review: To Dust You Shall Return | Author Fred Venturini

To Dust You Shall Return By Fred Venturini Turner Publishing Company 364 Pages There is something dreadfully amiss about the sleepy town of Harlow. Each of the residents have an allegiance to the leader border lining unholy or unearthly proportions. Their leader, simply known as The Mayor seemingly has the population under his sinister spell. Curtis Quinn, a man with …

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Book Review: The Suicide Society | Author William Brennan Knight

The Suicide Society By: William Brennan Knight KWB Enterprises 450 Pages Zach Randall is a complacent, self absorbed accountant that is all but given up on life. In darker times he’s succumbed to his depression with attempts to take his own life. His most recent failed acquisition into the abyss unveils something profound. Randall discovers he has visions or premonitions …

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Book Review: The Influence | Author Ramsey Campbell

The Influence By Ramsey Campbell Flame Tree Press 229 Pages The Faraday’s aren’t entirely unlike any other contemporary family. They have their fare share of trials and tribulations as we all do. Three generations reside within the household while the eldest, Queenie lay upon her deathbed. After she meets her inevitable demise. One of her final wishes was to be …

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Book Review: Jurassic War | Author John W. Dennehy

Jurassic War By John W. Dennehy Severed Press 218 Pages After the U.S. Marines deploy special operations during World War II in the Pacific Theater, they soon realize their most formidable opponent in combat is not the Japanese infantrymen. Irresistible force meets the immovable object as dinosaurs lurk around every turn, threatening to wipe out mankind to the brink of …

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Book Review: Exitors | Author M. Seamus Reed

Exitors By M. Seamus Reed 283 Pages Something lurks within city of Brackenshaw. An ominous entity of ancient supernatural proportion has been unleashed devouring all within its path. Now the unlikeliest of allies, (otherwise sworn adversaries) must band together to thwart the evil that walks among them. Will their souls stand a snowball’s chance in hell or will each simply …

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Film Review: In the House of Flies (2012)

Rate This MovieSYNOPSIS: A young couple vacationing in Niagara Falls, Ontario is abducted. Imprisoned within a concrete, underground chamber Steven and Heather are given clues via telephone from their unseen assailant on how to open any one of four suitcases left to their devices or perhaps their very survival. REVIEW: Directed by: Gabriel Carrier Starring: Lindsay Smith, Ryan Kotack, Henry …

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