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Posted on: May 23rd, 2015

Pennies for the damned is the follow up to Hope for the Wicked and stars Larry Laughlin, the purveyor of a convoluted righteousness steeped in violence and a seasoned killer. An ex-hitman who tortured and killed the worst of men, those who truly deserved it, he tried retirement but you can never really leave the …Read More

Posted on: May 18th, 2015

The first chapter of any novel is important, an immediate and important impression is formed regarding the style of the author and the quality of the story you’re about to read. That first chapter of Dead Men by John C Foster amounted to a little over 4 pages and ultimately set the standard for what …Read More

Posted on: May 17th, 2015

The Devil Gave Them Black Wings is a supernatural tinged thriller that resides in the aftermath of the falling twin towers. Jacob walks a life of misery and despair, his wife lost in the disaster and he seeks closure, if it can ever be gained in the loss of a loved one, by burying her …Read More

Posted on: May 17th, 2015

The Hanover Block by Gregor Xane is a novella that was released in November last year and has sat patiently waiting for me to pick it up ever since. What stopped me? That’s an easy one, that fucking thing on the front cover. I mean what the fuck is it, well I can’t tell you, …Read More

Posted on: May 17th, 2015

Jessica Beth Reilly or JessReilly19, a bubbly nineteen-year-old college student is the online alias of Deanna Madden, whose mother killed her entire family, then committed suicide. At the time it was big news, the “tragedy strikes perfect family” story of the summer. Now it’s one of the reasons why she never leaves her apartment, her …Read More

Posted on: May 17th, 2015

The Perils and Dangers of this Night by Stephen Gregory is set in the perfectly creepy atmosphere of Foxwood Manor in 1966, a boy’s private school in the woodlands of Dorset. It’s Christmas holiday time the school is empty, all except the headmaster and his wheelchair bound wife, and one 12 year old boy, abandoned …Read More

Posted on: May 17th, 2015

Jason Evans life is turned upside down when he receives a photograph in the mail, a graveyard but it’s the cryptic message on the back that spooks him ‘you are dead’. More photos follow, nightmares begin and it all seems to be linked to his condition. Jason suffers from Pyrophobia, an abnormal and exaggerated fear …Read More

Posted on: May 4th, 2015

Sixty-Five Stirrup Iron Road is a severely wincing, extreme erotic horror mash-up from some of the biggest names in probably the most disturbing of genres. Brian Keene, Edward Lee, Wrath James White, Bryan Smith, Jack Ketchum, Shane McKenzie, Ryan Harding, Nate Southard and J F Gonzalez all lend a hand and with that talent on …Read More

Posted on: May 4th, 2015

The Cage is a novella sold by Deadite Press with the addition of three short stories: Marriage Causes Cancer in Rats, Lest Ye Become, and Waiting for the Darkness. The Cage begins with bloodshed and a gunman. An electrical department store just wrapping up for the day when, in walks the last customer. Unfortunately this guy’s not …Read More

Posted on: April 29th, 2015

‘You don’t have to stay,’ she told the dead daughter. ‘I’m here now. I’ll keep him safe.’ A Song of Shadows is the thirteenth in the Charlie Parker series which has long been my favourite and a new release is in my eyes a prominent day in any literary calendar. Now the series as a whole generally comes down to …Read More

Posted on: April 27th, 2015

You have to remember that every tree and every rock and every river from one side of the country to the other harbors a Native American manitou. This is still their land, spiritually, even if we took it away from them. It’s like a haunted house. You may own the deeds, but the house itself …Read More

Posted on: April 27th, 2015

Marco and Dex are hustlers that work the casino’s, preying on drunken gamblers and relieving them of their wallets, winnings and all. What possessed them to take on a partner, who knew, but Dominic Donato was certainly cut different to them, a wiry dangerous man with long black hair. He exuded violence in almost a …Read More

Posted on: April 27th, 2015

By Tony Richards; Samhain Publishing, 2014; 350 pgs. Tony Richards, a UK born writer, whose work hit nearly thirty years ago in the horror boom of the 1980’s by mass market publishers like Tor, Headline and Pan MacMillan, may have slipped off the radar for some unless you were able to follow his illustrious career …Read More

Posted on: April 27th, 2015

By Bentley Little; Cemetery Dance Publications, 2014; 382 pgs. One of the greatest gifts to the horror community in 2014 was the announcement from Cemetery Dance Publications that they were going to re-release 12 of Bentley Little’s long out-of-print books in collectible limited edition format as well as affordable trade paperbacks and ebook versions. Their …Read More

Posted on: April 25th, 2015

I Approached Cold as Hell by David Searl’s with a little trepidation mainly because it’s my second Christmas horror story of the year and its not even May. Plus the first one was rubbish so hopefully this would bring horror back to the festive period of April.Peter and Ava are Christmas shopping with their seven …Read More

Posted on: April 24th, 2015

The first two chapters of Survivor bring genuine feelings of unease, they only touch on the horrors that surface later in the book but a bondage scene where a young woman’s excitement soon goes awry and a couple stalked along the interstate were very unsettling. Brad & Lisa set off for a weekend break, after …Read More

Posted on: April 24th, 2015

‘And then the nearest part of the shadow, that defined itself by the thinnest light of the torch that brushed that place, moved. Raised itself no more than a few inches, in the way a stalking cat will engage in the next step towards its prey.’ I’m almost ashamed to say that The Ritual is …Read More

Posted on: April 24th, 2015

Harrison Harrison the fifth or Harrison Squared, so named as a bit of a family tradition is 16 years old and about to be dropped off for his first school day at Dunnsmouth Secondary school in the curious little town of Dunnsmouth. Opting to stay with his Mother who is rocketing into her latest adventure …Read More

Posted on: April 24th, 2015

Exorcist Road is a tale of demons and murder, told through the eyes of priest Jason Crowder, a self-confessed coward who entered his chosen vocation because he was scared of the world, particularly women. So the vow of celibacy was a natural step for a man who just wanted to hide from certain aspects of …Read More

Posted on: April 24th, 2015

I will never look at a little spider with the same nonchalance again and I mean ever. I don’t mind saying that while reading this book and since finishing it, if I get a little tickle up the nose or in my ear, no shame attached – my finger is straight in there or up …Read More

Posted on: April 22nd, 2015

Synopsis: Jeremy Dyson is contacted by a journalist, eager to engage his help in compiling a book about the ‘true’ ghost stories he has gathered over the years. An avid believer as a child but now a sceptical adult, Dyson travels to the various locations and presents his fictionalised accounts for the reader’s pleasure, while …Read More

Posted on: April 20th, 2015

Bottled Abyss by Benjamin Kane Etheridge was originally released in 2012 by Redrum Horror. A new revised and authors preferred version of the Bram Stoker Award Nominated novel was released on the 3rd April 2015 by Horrific Tales Publishing based in the UK. Herman and Janet Erikson have been through Hell and are still hanging …Read More

Posted on: April 20th, 2015

Winterwood by JG Faherty is a Christmas fairy tale horror story from Samhain’s childhood fears series and is set on the 23 December way back in 1979. Set to be published on the 5 May, I would have to question why a Christmas horror story is being released at this time of the year but …Read More

Posted on: April 20th, 2015

The eye that blinds by B E Scully is a wonderfully tortuous and turbulent little novella. If you’ve ever considered stalking as a profession then there’s plenty of tips here on how to take it to the next level, although on a serious note that’s not an endorsement you should take to heart. Ross Delvin, …Read More

Posted on: April 18th, 2015

Joe Crawford and his family have no idea what they are in for when they decide to be Good Samaritans and intervene upon witnessing a young mother abusing her child at a gas station. Things only escalate when the baby is taken into foster care and the child’s psychotic mother and grandmother start stalking and …Read More

Posted on: April 17th, 2015

I’m truly happy to see the Bizarro genre take precedence in today’s world of publishing. What was once a somewhat underground genre is now quite popular and flourishing. Today we see many publishers specializing in Bizarro and the genre even has it’s own magazine, convention, forums and even an annual award. It’s fan base is …Read More

Posted on: April 15th, 2015

In 2002’s Going To Pieces: The Rise and Fall of the Slasher Film, horror fan, critic, producer and screenwriter Adam Rockoff made a name for himself as a horror aficionado, a title he’s apt to keep with his recent release The Horror Of It All. The Horror Of It All is one-part personal memoir of …Read More

Posted on: April 15th, 2015

In my mind, no one does the apocalyptic horror novel better than Tim Lebbon. It’s a sub-genre he knows and does very well. He’s visited apocalyptic lands in his novels THE NATURE OF BALANCE, COLDBROOK, WHITE and other works. It’s a genre he visits again with his latest release SILENCE.The Discovery Channel is broadcasting something …Read More

Posted on: April 13th, 2015

Another dark and twisted novella from must-read author Craig Saunders, with Flesh and Coin he tackles death, gypsy curses, ghosts, shadowmen, blackmail and a bit more death to finish off on, all wrapped up with a delicious twist of the ‘didn’t see that fucker coming’ variety. Set in a Hospice, where the terminally ill come …Read More

Posted on: April 13th, 2015

Two islands, one a prison containing the worst of the worst, those never to be released, each known only by number. A place where the electric chair practically sings with use. The second, a giant cemetery and a busy one at that. I was definitely intrigued, three men inhabit this grave yard island, digging the …Read More

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