Joe is doing a double review today of Brian Evenson’s short story collections Song For The Unraveling of The World and Fugue State. Check it out!Read More
What if you had to pretend to be a zombie to survive? Hanson’s been living like a zombie since the apocalypse. Until he learns that his zombie crush is, like him, a human pretending to be a zombie. She introduces him to the Human Underground, shows him how to love and teaches him that living is more than just being alive.
Angie is reviewing Zombie Run - check it out!Read More
Three friends search for an infamous internet video of an urban legend with devastating consequences; a passionate drummer joins the band of his dreams, or perhaps his nightmares; a man tries to find fame in a world where the mundane call the shots; and a grieving father loses his grip on reality. These ten stories delve into a world of darkness and suffering, where the terrors are more vivid than they may appear. Blood is spilled, minds are destroyed, as madness ultimately reigns victorious.
Joe and Dave are reviewing friend of the site, Morgan K Tanner’s latest; The Mind’s Plague.Read More
Orrin is desperate to escape life’s crushing banalities. Enter Dores, a charismatic Spanish librarian he befriends on Instagram. With a gratuitous job offer on the cards, he travels to León and begins a night shift in a place where the broken and weary congregate in healing silence. The medieval library is painted with images of raw and deformed beauty, rivers of anguish, self-torment, lonely exile, and unexplained sorrows. As Orrin explores blackest shadows of the library, he discovers further paintings of dozen children riding a giant goat glowing with human vitality. He’s about to become Isidora’s pawn. You’ll see what she wants you to see...Read More
Want an 80’s nostalgia, summer camp, bloody, gory read? Chelsey is reviewing Kill River by Cameron Roubique. A story about four friends who sneak away from their summer camp, end up in a water park, and then start disappearing. Someone or something is stalking then, will they figure it out before they all die?Read More
Lady Bits collects sixteen tales from Bram Stoker and Shirley Jackson award nominated author Kate Jonez that explores the horror nestled in the female heart.
Eric got a chance to read Lady Bits and chat with Kate Jonez about the stories and her inspirations.Read More
Joe is re-reading The Dark Tower series and taking you along for the ride. He starts at the very beginning, which is a very good place to start. He’s chatting about The Gunslinger and what this sets up for the entire series. Full spoilers!Read More
“...is there any human activity, any at all, more suited to an anthology of horror and suspense stories like the one you now hold in your hands? I think not, ladies and gentlemen.” I’ve reviewing the stories in Flight or Fright! A collection put together by Stephen King and Bev Vincent.Read More
It could be inside anyone: a classmate, a pizza delivery man, even the girl next door. When Billy’s weekly movie night is crashed by this otherworldly menace, he and his best friend and their dates will have to summon their courage and call upon all their horror movie knowledge if they’re going to make it through Video Night alive.
Chelsey is reviewing Adam Cesare’s 80’s alien mashup - Video Night. Check it out!Read More
“South Paris 5. Hell on Earth. Where flesh is traded for sex, sadism, and sustenance. Where the sky roils with boiling rain during the Uxor Monsoon season. Where thoughts of escape are futile unless you have enough credits. Shanti, the refuge of the ultra-rich. Where the elite peddle perversions. A dream, a sanctuary away from the evils of South Paris 5, protected from the horrors of reality. Untouchable, unbreakable, unattainable. Or is it?”
Dave is reviewing Alessandro Manzetti’s novel and I got a chance to interview Alessandro about his creepy creations!Read More
“In the American high desert, vacationers returning from a road trip are thrust into a heart-stopping flight from death as they try to avoid a cataclysmic end…” Joe is reviewing Book One, The Fearing. An apocalyptic novel from John F.D. TaffRead More
“Throughout history, there have been certain moral evils so entangling, so alluring, that they routinely give birth to countless other evils in the hearts of human beings. From antiquity, these "capital vices" have been known as the seven deadly sins.” Joe is reviewing the anthology, The Seven Deadliest. Check it out!Read More
“After years of abuse, Russell is faced with a decision: do better, become a better man, or embrace his budding psychopathy and enjoy the ride.” Dave is reviewing the recently released novel The Bedwetter: Journal of a Budding Psychopath by Lee Allen Howard. Check it out!Read More
“A trio of expats living in Asia form a tenuous bond based on mutual attraction, sexual obsession and the insatiable desire to experience the deadliest of thrills.“ Joe is reviewing Karen Runge’s Seeing Double!Read More
“What does carrion taste like? Andi has to know. The vultures circling outside her home taunt and invite her to come understand the secrets hiding in their banquet of decay. Fascination morphs into an obsessive need to know what the vultures know…..”
Joe read and reviewed Sara’s latest novella and I had a chance to chat with her about her process and her recent Stoker award win!Read More
Ever wanted to read an epic book about murderous mermaids in the Mariana’s Trench? Didn’t know you needed it until now? Mira Grant’s epic novel Into the Drowning Deep is an absolute joy to read and I’m sharing my review with ya’ll today.Read More