Book Review: The First One You Expect by Adam Cesare

When he's not holding down a dead-end job or lurking in his mother's basement, Tony Anastos spends his time shooting ultra-low-budget horror flicks. After meeting his sexy fame-hungry coworker Anna, he sees an opportunity to launch his career into cult stardom. But when Tony's plan to jolt their next film's Kickstarter into overdrive calls for... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Nightmare Room by Chris Sorensen

A jaw-dropping ghost story that may even frighten the ghosts! A boy in a basement, a man in a booth and a darkness that threatens to swallow them both. New York audiobook narrator Peter Larson and his wife Hannah head to his hometown of Maple City to help Peter's ailing father and to put a... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Shattermoon by Dominic Dulley

Orry Kent’s father is the best conman in the quadrant, running elaborate heists with Orry and her brother Ethan to target the ruling families of the Ascendancy. This time should be no different: straight in and out with a fortune in spice paragon in hand . . . . . . until Orry goes off-script... Continue Reading →

Book Review: There are monsters here by Cameron Chaney

Being part of the book community on Instagram, Twitter and YouTube has thrown so many new and upcoming horror authors my way that it just blows my mind! I love scrawling through feeds, reviews, twitter convos and finding that little nugget hidden away in the corner of the internet where the masses will never find... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Dark Screams Volume 8

Frank Darabont, Bentley Little, Benjamin Percy, Billie Sue Mosiman, Kealan Patrick Burke, and Glen Hirshberg share chilling tales of ancient evils and wicked desires in this spooky collection assembled by renowned horror editors Brian James Freeman and Richard Chizmar. WALPUSKI’S TYPEWRITER by Frank Darabont They say that genius is ten percent inspiration and ninety percent... Continue Reading →

Junior Braves of the Apocalypse (Graphic Novel)

When the Junior Braves of Tribe 65 return from a camping trip to find swarms of bloodthirsty mutants have overrun their town, bringing death and destruction everywhere they go! With their families missing and their homes destroyed, these plucky kids must use all their scouting talents, combined smarts, and teamwork to survive the end of the world!

We Were Kings by Thomas O’Malley and Douglas Graham Purdy

The body had been tarred and feathered, but it wasn't like anything Owen had ever read about in history books. The premise of this book is quite clear from the beginning, things are not as they seem. The story focuses on the shadowy underbelly of 1950's Boston and it starts with the discovery of a... Continue Reading →

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