Witching Hour Theatre – Jonathan Janz

  The venue where we watch our favorite horror movies has metamorphosed through the years. We’ve went from old single screen movie theaters to drive-in theaters, to multiple screen multiplexes, and now many people have high quality electronics in their man cave that would give any theater a run for their money. For those ofContinue reading “Witching Hour Theatre – Jonathan Janz”

The House – Bentley Little

  So this was my first forray into a Bentley Little tale. I’d heard such good things about him and decided it was time to give it a go. I had a few of his sitting on my shelf staring back at me to choose from. I selected The House and, looking back, that myContinue reading “The House – Bentley Little”

The Girl Next Door – Jack Ketchum

  Ketchum was a man way ahead of his time. In 1989, he wrote The Girl Next Door. There was nothing on the shelves remotely like it by other authors. There was nothing as brutal, as gut-wrenching, or emotionally draining as The Girl Next Door. This kind of fiction wouldn’t see the light of dayContinue reading “The Girl Next Door – Jack Ketchum”

Episodes of Violence – David Bernstein

  I absolutely blew through Bernstein’s Episodes of Violence. I literally couldn’t put it down. There was just something about this tale that sickened me and rocked me to my core. After taking some time between finishing it and writing this review, I believe it’s simply that the story of these teenage losers going aroundContinue reading “Episodes of Violence – David Bernstein”

Something Violent – Kristopher Rufty

  Dr Phil meets Natural Born Killers. Sound like an odd combination? It totally works in Rufty’s Something Violent. When Jody and Seth are out on their killing sprees, they are all business. But their marriage has hit the rocks. Where do the serial killers turn to when they can’t fix their marriage on theirContinue reading “Something Violent – Kristopher Rufty”

Subhuman – Michael McBride

  Subhuman by Michael McBride. Wow! Where to start with this one?? There is so much good stuff going on between the covers of McBride’s latest offering, and first in the Unit #51 series. You have various experts in their respective scientific fields anonymously brought together to a location in Antarctica that shows remnants ofContinue reading “Subhuman – Michael McBride”

Blanky – Kealon Patrick Burke

  Steve doesn’t think his life can get any worse. His nine-month-old baby girl mysteriously dies in her crib. His grief stricken wife, Lexi, can’t bear to be around Steve and the house where their daughter died. So, she moves back in with her parents, leaving Steve all alone to face the misery by himself.Continue reading “Blanky – Kealon Patrick Burke”

Bone White – Ronald Malfi

  A man shambles down out of the hills of northern Alaska and into the only diner in the tiny, fly-speck sized town of Dread’s Hand. He sits down at the counter and casually orders his favorite, hot cocoa. The waitress is trembling as she brings it to him. As Joe Mallory is enjoying hisContinue reading “Bone White – Ronald Malfi”

Halloween Carnival, Volume Two – Brian James Freeman

  With Halloween right around the corner, let’s jump into this collection – Mr. Dark’s Carnival – Glen Hirshberg A Montana ghost story thats got some nice creepiness. David is a college professor that teaches a class that explores folklore and his favorite part of the course is the folk tale of Mr. Dark’s Carnival.Continue reading “Halloween Carnival, Volume Two – Brian James Freeman”

Necroscope IV: Deadspeak – Brian Lumley

  Harry Keogh has returned from Starside/Sunside and he’s been stripped of his power to converse with the dead, or deadspeak. He also isn’t able to travel via the Möbius Continuum. His wamphryii son disabled his ability while on Starside. For four years, Harry has been unable to use his former ability to speak withContinue reading “Necroscope IV: Deadspeak – Brian Lumley”