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Freedom Of The Mask by Robert McCammon (book review)

August 16, 2017 | By | Reply More
Freedom Of The Mask by Robert McCammon   (book review)

Robert McCammon has been turning out horror-slash-dark fantasy novels since the late 1970s, mostly standalone works but, in recent years, with the accent on the continuing use of certain characters within their own discrete worlds. Such is the case with ‘Freedom Of The Mask’, the sixth book to feature Matthew Corbett, a 17th century sleuth […]

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Down Among The Sticks And Bones (book 2) by Seanan McGuire (book review).

August 14, 2017 | By | Reply More
Down Among The Sticks And Bones (book 2) by Seanan McGuire (book review).

‘Down Among The Sticks And Bones’ is book two of a series of companion novellas by Seanan McGuire, each of which follows a different character from the first book, ‘Every Heart A Doorway’. This particular book follows Jacqueline and Jillian and their dark, horroresque adventures. Jacqueline and Jillian are the children that their parents always […]

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The Last Ship (4th season trailer).

July 24, 2017 | By | Reply More
The Last Ship (4th season trailer).

Post-plague actioner The Last Ship keeps on sailing on our TV screens as the plague virus makes the jump from humans to plants, threatening a world famine of cannibal-sized proportions. Don’t worry, the U.S. Navy will fix it.

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Walking Dead season 8 trailer: The damned are upon us!

July 22, 2017 | By | Reply More
Walking Dead season 8 trailer: The damned are upon us!

The 8th season of TV zombie drama The Walking Dead is shaping up into something special – and here’s the trailer to prove it!

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Teen Wolf (last season trailer).

July 21, 2017 | By | Reply More
Teen Wolf (last season trailer).

The final season of the  Teen Wolf TV series brings some apocalyptic awakenings to the world of our high school furry freaks. Here’s the official blurb: Teen Wolf follows the story of Scott McCall (Tyler Posey), a teenager who is bitten by a werewolf and becomes one himself. Now he must figure out how to balance […]

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Van Helsing season 2 trailer has teeth.

July 21, 2017 | By | Reply More
Van Helsing season 2 trailer has teeth.

Well, the Van Helsing season 2 trailer has teeth. Two big pointy ones. This hasn’t jumped the pond yet in my house (don’t have SyFy), so I can’t quite find it in myself to comment more thoroughly.

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The Delirium Brief (a Laundry Files novel book 8) by Charles Stross (book review)

July 13, 2017 | By | Reply More
The Delirium Brief (a Laundry Files novel book 8) by Charles Stross   (book review)

It doesn’t seem that long ago since ‘The Nightmare Stacks’ was released but the ‘Laundry Files’ novels just keep appearing as if by magic and ‘The Delirium Brief’ is the latest to pop into existence. This is the eighth book in what is now a well-established series. The Laundry Files tells the story of the […]

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Deadman’s Road by Joe R. Lansdale (book review)

July 11, 2017 | By | 1 Reply More
Deadman’s Road by Joe R. Lansdale  (book review)

‘Deadman’s Road’ is a collection of five stories featuring the gun totting Reverend Jedidiah Mercer as he rides from town to town to battle evil in the guise of werewolves, zombies, kobolds and other Lovecraftian monsters. This is a western-themed horror novel which the description on the back of the book says also contains ribald […]

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Phantasm blu-ray boxset: Phantasm (part 6 of 6) (film supplement review)

June 30, 2017 | By | Reply More
Phantasm blu-ray boxset: Phantasm (part 6 of 6)    (film supplement review)

The sixth disk of the ‘Phantasm’ boxset is loaded with extras. It doesn’t feel so much like sacrilege watching some of this before the lights go down but I still ended up spreading it out a bit over the month to take it all in. The first is 90 minutes, ‘Phantasmagoria’, is the cast discussing […]

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Wolf At The Door by Theresa Derwin (book review)

June 23, 2017 | By | Reply More
Wolf At The Door by Theresa Derwin  (book review)

Modern writers of horror have a difficult problem. Gone are the days of sitting around a real fire in a room lit by candlelight, with the wind howling outside and rats scratching in the walls. It is made harder by the authors who have taken the tradition scary monster such as the werewolf and vampire […]

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