‘Salem’s Lot – Stephen King

Salem’s Lot, King’s second novel, is a story about what would’ve happened if Count Dracula came to America to the sleepy, little bedroom town of Jerusalem’s Lot. Set in the early 1970’s, when the book was written, King paints a vivid image of Salem’s Lot, it’s geography, citizens, all of their quirks and habits, theContinue reading “‘Salem’s Lot – Stephen King”

“One of the best writers in modern horror to come along in the last decade” –Brian Keene

Originally posted on Jonathan Janz:
The title of this post says it all, but I’ll go ahead and share the full quote since it made me so happy: “One of the best writers in modern horror to come along in the last decade. Janz is one of my new favorites.” –Brian Keene The above words…

Blackout – Tim Curran

Want to know how to do sci-fi/horror right? Something that takes you back to great cinematic offerings from the hey day of 1980s? Look no further than Tim Curran’s Blackout. Claustrophobic, eerie, familiar surroundings and people, and like a master magician, Curran only shows you what he wants you to see when he wants youContinue reading “Blackout – Tim Curran”

The Nightmare Girl – Jonathan Janz

Another top-notch offering from Jonathan Janz. The opening scene of The Nightmare Girl ranks right up there with Gage getting hit by the semi in Pet Sematary as one of the most gut wrenching moments in horror fiction for any parent to visualize. When Angie is losing it at the gas station and beating theContinue reading “The Nightmare Girl – Jonathan Janz”

The Remedy – Asher Ellis

The Remedy is the debut novel from Asher Ellis and, upon first glance, seems to be a watered-down derivative of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Brian Keene’s Earthworm Gods, and numerous 80’s slasher films. The plot appears to be taken directly from Slasher Movie 101 – get a group of partying hard college students, throw inContinue reading “The Remedy – Asher Ellis”