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Book Review: The Handbook of Angels and Fallen Angels – Author Robert Curran

The Handbook of Angels and Fallen Angels: An Essential Guide to Angels and Demons and, More Importantly, How to Spot Them As a new entry into the Barron’s Educational Series, author Dr. Robert Curran has taken on probably my favorite subject of the bunch. Namely angels, demons and everything in between. This small but mighty little book packs a punch …

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Book Review: The Frightfest Guide to Ghost Movies

Just when you thought that you were all stocked up for the winter with horror books awaiting your attention, that great printing house publisher FAB Press delivers another compelling entree worthy of your attention. Those who have collected the first 2 volumes of FrightFest which include: The Frightfest Guide to Exploitation Movies and the The Frightfest Guide to Monster Movies …

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Book Review: Taxidermied: The Art of Roman Dirge – Author Roman Dirge

Book: Taxidermied: The Art of Roman Dirge HC Writer: Roman Dirge Artist: Roman Dirge Publisher: Titan Books Release Date: September 2011 Pages: 112 Price: $34.95 “A stunning full-color celebration of the eye-catchingly original artwork creator Roman Dirge, the first anthology of his work available anywhere. This lavish hardback includes an introduction and background commentary information on the imagery by Dirge …

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Book Review: Warped Words for Twisted Minds – Author Christopher C Payne

WARPED WORDS FOR TWISTED MINDS Short Stories compiled by JournalStone’s Christopher C Payne Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble, after all we’re all humanery stew if we don’t pledge allegiance to… ….I love the dead before they rise. No farewells no good-byes, I never even knew your now rotting face. Cadaver eyes upon me see….nothing. Ah, nothing says Halloween better than …

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Book Review: True Indie: Life and Death in Film Making – Author Don Coscarelli

True Indie, the new memoir from Don Coscarelli—the man responsible for cult classics Phantasm, The Beastmaster, Bubba Ho Tep, and John Dies at the End—starts out with a bang, literally: the book’s prologue recounts the filming of his first car chase scene, for which the young director was so intent on getting the perfect shot that he ended up taking …

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Book Review: Dead Hunger – Author Eric A. Shelman

DEAD HUNGER Flex Sheridan receives an eerie phone call of unusual proportion. His sister, Jamie Leighton reaches out and quickly unveils the plague that has consumed her. She complains of an infernal, insatiable hunger. Even her husband or two daughters Jesse and Trina couldn’t subdue her carnal behavior. The call is abruptly concluded to disturbing, blood curdling screams. Distraught, he …

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Book Review: Lovecraft: Four Classic Horror Stories – Author H. P. Lovecraft – Adapted by I.N.J. Culbard

Released in 2018 from the publishers “SelfMadeHero, we have an impressive volume totaling over 512 pages of pure Lovecraft-ian intrigue. Yes, author and artist I.N.J. Culbard has placed his heart and soul into this one with a huge collective of illustrative works that cover 4 HP Lovercraft stories. Those featured here include: The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath,” “The Case of …

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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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Book Review: Shifting Fears – Author Eric A. Shelman

SHIFTING FEARS By: Eric A. Shelman Dolphin Moon Publishing 298 Pages Luke is a mild mannered auto mechanic with passions in life for the simple things. He loves his family, his girlfriend Terri, his business and his borderline obsession with restoring his 1958 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special. Working on it since childhood he pours blood, sweat and tears into his …

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Book Review: Nightmare Ballad – Author Benjamin Kane Ethridge

NIGHTMARE BALLAD By: Benjamin Kane Ethridge JournalStone Publishing 260 Pages When part time swim instructor Luke Rhodes witnesses the inconceivable, a drowning within his pool, his life slowly becomes unravelled. Haunted by the chords and melodies of a vague recollection in song, he becomes possessed in unravelling its meaning. Cognitive snippets of recollection burst within his memory as the body …

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