September 28, 2016

To describe this anthology collectively solid would be an understatement. Though not all tickled equally, all proved merit in garnering attention for a sampler of the traits befitting best horr...

September 27, 2016

The Count of Monte Cristo with a dragon.”

The words used to describe his debut novel Dragon Round, a Simon & Schuster release. Stephen S. Power also has the honor? privilege? misfortune? of aut...

September 23, 2016

Jere Cunningham’s The Abyss is another volume selected on a whim from the well-padded horror section of Powell’s in Portland. Having a thing for pre-internet-world horror is enough for me to pi...

September 22, 2016

Cannibalism. The idea is terrifying in its reality. Humans are walking meat sacks and if the urge strikes the wrong soul, or more likely, souls, then it’s best to skedaddle.

From a brief search...

September 21, 2016

In the damp summer heat somewhere in Florida, a roof springs a leak and oh what luck, there’s a contractor ready to step into action. In shades of one of modern horror’s masters, Bentley Little...

September 20, 2016

Glenn Rolfe appears to be a busy man with his fingers on more than a half-dozen buttons at once. Out of Range is my first slice from Mr. Rolfe’s creative pie, or rather multiple slivers of pie...

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