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Best Jack Ketchum Novels

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 put his dark mark on horror fiction for over thirty years, with stories t...


William Friedkin: Interviews Peeks into Director’s Mind [Book Review]

William Friedkin was one of the biggest directors of the 1970s. He struck it big in 1971 with the crime thriller The French Connection and had other hits throughout his fifty year career in film. Undo...

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Book Review – The Fury by John Farris

Horror fans will most likely know the story of The Fury through Brian DePalma’s 1978 film adaptation. Released just two years after his other classic movie about teens with supernatural powers, ...

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Book Review – Zombie-In-Chief: Eater of the Free World by Scott Kenemore

We all need a reason to laugh these days. And if you’re on one particular side of the political spectrum with regards to our current president, then I have the perfect book recommendation for yo...

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...

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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...

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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Book Review – MEG: Nightstalkers by Steve Alten

Author Steve Alten’s thrilling saga of ancient underwater beasts that began almost twenty years ago with MEG: A Novel of Deep Terror continues with this equally exciting fifth installment into t...

An Unattractive Vampire

Book Review – An Unattractive Vampire is Witty and Engaging

An Unattractive Vampire is the tale of a centuries-old vampire named Yulric Bile, who is awakened after being trapped underground (in a house) for three-hundred years. He finds that the world has chan...

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