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Month: April 2019

Wounds: Six Stories from the Border of Hell #bookreview

A gripping collection of six stories of terror—including the novella “The Visible Filth,” the basis for the upcoming major motion picture—by Shirley Jackson Award–winning author…

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Cryptofauna by Patrick Canning #bookreview

Working as a janitor at an insane asylum in rural Idaho has Jim in the dumps. One night while attempting suicide, he’s rudely interrupted by…


A Penny For Your Thoughts by Robert Ford and Matt Hayward #BookReview

Fresh from a stretch in prison, Joe Openshaw is living at home with his father and trying to get his life together again. He has…


A Warning About Your Future Enslavement That You Will Dismiss as a Collection of Short Fiction and Essays by Kit Power by Kit Power #BookReview

Kit Power did not write this book. Sure, the stories and essays are his – 21 pieces culled from the very best of his fiction…


The Survivor by James Herbert #BookReview

It had been one of the worst crashes in airline history, with over 300 dead and only one survivor. Now the dead were buried and…

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Focus on the Frightful: The Women of Red vs. Blue

Hello my Fearlings! This week isn’t as horror oriented as the previous ones. In fact, I’m gonna be tippy toeing over to Lilyn’s side of…

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The Bye Bye Man #MovieReview

Three friends stumble upon the horrific origins of a mysterious figure they discover is the root cause of the evil behind unspeakable acts. The evil…

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What Did Miss Darrington See? edited by Jessica Amanda Salmonson #BookReview

Winner of a 1989 Lambda Literary Award, this collection of twenty-four entertaining and haunting 19th-and 20th-century tales from the US, Britain, and Latin America reclaims…

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