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Review: The Art of Prey HC Is A Must-have For Fans Of The Game And Art Enthusiasts Alike

The first-person narrative video game Prey was released last month as a re-envisioning of 2006’s Prey. This 2017 version revolves around Morgan Yu, who explores a space station named Talos I, wh...

Book cover for A God in the Shed by J-F. Dubeau

Book Review – A God in the Shed by J-F. Dubeau

If you’re looking for some summer reading that is both unsettlingly gory and a fascinating supernatural mystery, then you need to pick up A God in the Shed. It is the second novel from promising...

Meg tied in the basement in The Girl Next Door - Jack Ketchum

Four Essential Novels by Jack Ketchum

If you are not familiar with the name Jack Ketchum, you definitely should be. A pseudonym for author Dallas Mayr, Jack Ketchum has been putting his dark mark on horror fiction for over thirty years, w...

Powers of Darkness

Book Review: Powers of Darkness: The Lost Version of Dracula

Sometimes, as a Dracula nerd, you come across an amazing discovery. And the deeper you go into the lore and the history of the novel, it becomes harder and harder to be surprised. There have been so m...

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Book Review – Hocus Pocus in Focus: The Thinking Fan’s Guide to Disney’s Halloween Classic

Like so many of you out there, Hocus Pocus is a movie that has been in my Halloween viewing rotation for years. The child-like spirit of the holiday oozes out of every frame of this Disney film, which...

The Thing

101 Horror Movies You Must See Before You Die and 101 Sci-Fi Movies You Must See Before You Die Edited by Stephen Jay Schneider Review

Seven years ago, 101 Horror Movies You Must See Before You Die and 101 Sci-Fi Movies You Must See Before You Die both went out of print. Starting Saturday October 1st, they’re coming back in a big way...

Sherlock Holmes and the Servants of Hell

Book Review: Sherlock Holmes and the Servants of Hell

Sherlock Holmes and the Servants of Hell has a concept so bizarre you wouldn’t think it could possibly work. What if Holmes, world’s greatest detective, faced off against Clive Barker’s Cenobites. It’...

Satanic Panic

Book Review: Satanic Panic: Pop Culture Paranoia in the 1980s

Satanic Panic is a newly released reference book from FAB Press on one of the most interesting crazes in American history. This is an amazing resource on the cultural satanic paranoia of the 1980s, co...

Book Review – Island Red by Matt Serafini

If you’ve ever wondered what a mashup of Jaws and The Thing would be like, author Matt Serafini has the answer. His latest book Island Red was released by Severed Press on July 2, and offers a q...

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