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Month: March 2021

Focus on the Frightful: More Freebies for the Fearless

Hello! Cat (Red Lace Reviews) and I are back to bring you more freebies for the fearless (and not so fearless) from Steam. Some free…

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Fear for the Flesh by A.J. Thompson #BookReview

When Silent Hill came on the scene, it was unlike anything that had come before. The game redefined horror in the gaming industry and cemented…

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Carry on Screaming – Life’s Lottery by Kim Newman (1999) #BookReview

Welcome, ladies, gentlemen and fellow horror lovers, to this month’s Carry on Screaming post. Each month I’ll be reviewing a vintage British horror novels and…

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Red Tigress by Amelie Wen Zhao #BookReview

Fans of Children of Blood and Bone will love the sequel to Blood Heir. The second book in an epic fantasy series about a princess hiding a dark…

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Spring Into Sci-Fi & Horror with Eco-Fiction

Ecological-based science fiction and horror doesn’t get nearly as much love as it should. Luckily there are at least a few books or movies every…

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Everybloody’s End (aka Crucified) #MovieReview

In a dungeon, five people struggle for their survival: three women, Bionda, Nera and Rossa; a theologian and a young doctor. Outside this hideout reigns…

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Hugo My Way – 1958 – The Big Time by Fritz Leiber #BookReview

Have you ever worried about your memory, because it doesn’t seem to recall exactly the same past from one day to the next? Have you…

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Press Release: Classic Monsters Unleashed

Are y’all ready for this? Coming October 21, Crystal Lake Publishing releases Classic Monsters Unleashed… and they’re running a Kickstarter to make sure we all…

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Ghostmaker by Dan Abnett #BookReview

On Monthax, Colonel-Commissar Ibram Gaunt and his Tanith First-and-Only await the order to advance into the sweltering jungle and drive the alien eldar from the…

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