In the penthouse of Banyan Court, thirteen strangers are the last to see their vastly wealthy and mysterious host, Tobias
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THIRTEEN STOREYS Is a Horror Anthology for a New Age
by Sean Quinn April 7, 2021

A Disgusting Supermarket of Death is the new short story collection by James C. Harberson III, who previously brought us
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A DISGUSTING SUPERMARKET OF DEATH Lives Up to Its Title
by Kyle Holl March 31, 2021

The Poet is the first title in New York Times Bestselling Author Lisa Renee Jones' new Samantha Jazz series. Jazz
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THE POET Reads Quick But Could Have More Bite
by Kyle Holl March 17, 2021

Nocterra, the new series by comic veterans Scott Snyder and Tony S. Daniel kicked off this week with a brilliant
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NOCTERRA #1 is a Dazzling Start to a Timely and Original Apocalypse
by Kyle Holl March 10, 2021

After a harrowing stay at Bethlem Asylum, Clara is thrust back into the life of a sophisticated  English woman of
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THE SAVAGE INSTINCT Feels Like a Vice Grip
by Sean Quinn March 3, 2021

The Curse of Braddock Mansion begins as Natalie and her history professor husband, Evan, are quickly uprooted from their lives
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THE CURSE OF BRADDOCK MANSION Is Compelling and Entertaining
by Sean Quinn February 24, 2021
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Twisted Tales: Domestic Disturbances is a Mixed Bag

February 10, 2021|Comments Off on Twisted Tales: Domestic Disturbances is a Mixed Bag

Twisted Tales: Domestic Disturbances is director Tom Holland's follow up to the recent film of the same name. It's a collection of four novella-length stories that also function as a pastiche of Tales from the [...]

FEAR: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF DARIO ARGENTO is Simultaneously Fascinating and Frustrating

February 2, 2021|Comments Off on FEAR: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF DARIO ARGENTO is Simultaneously Fascinating and Frustrating

Dario Argento’s name has become synonymous with Italian Horror. The writer-director’s body of work—ranging from classics like Suspiria and Deep Red (Profondo Rosso) to critical and commercial flops like Phantom of the Opera and Dracula [...]