Once Upon A Fang In the West

By John Dover The pitch for this novella sounds like the start of a joke: a cowboy, a vampire and a ghost walk into a bar... This line should let you know what kind of a book you are in for. Dover has written a fast-paced, blood soaked western and filled it with vampires, ghosts... Continue Reading →

The Opening by Tim McWhorter

Nick Fallon knows failure all too well. His string of collapsed business ventures make for a resume from hell. This next one, however, will be different. The Chamberlain Theater (sic) itself is different. Nick has bought himself a theatre and renovated it into a state of the art 4-D experience, but there’s something wrong with... Continue Reading →

Tuxedo Junction by Thom Carnell

The third short story collection from Fangoria/Dread Central veteran writer Thom Carnell. I have put off writing this review for a while now as I’m finding difficult to put my thoughts on this collection into words. I didn’t especially like the book, but I am sure there is a massive market out there – it... Continue Reading →

Berserker: Green Hell by Lee Franklin

A terrifying debut novel set during the Vietnam War.Australian Lance Corporal Terence 'Pinny' Pinfold and his squad find themselves in the midst of the living hell of the Vietnam War.Known as Reapers, their job is to go in after the firefights, collect dog tags and any evidence of war crimes.As each soldier tries to make... Continue Reading →

Creatures of Clay by Patrick Moody

Welcome to Stark Falls, New Hampshire, 1985. A quaint, wholesome town, where couples picnic on the green, kids hang at the malt shop and drive-ins, and neighborhood potlucks are the place to be. White picket fences line well-manicured lawns, and evening concerts at the bandstand fill the town with the sound of joy.But in the... Continue Reading →

Shadow Service by Cavan Scott

Art by Corin M. Howell, Colours by Triona Farrell, Letters by Andworld Design and design by Tim Daniel Spy craft meets witchcraft in the shadowy world of MI666 Issue 1 of a new series by Cavan Scott, who has an impressive resume of titles including work on a few Star Wars lines and Wonder Woman,... Continue Reading →

Rhitta Gawr is out!

Philip and Quin believe climbing Snowdon at night will be a worthy challenge. If they knew the local legends they wouldn’t go at night, as there’s a reason the Welsh call Snowdon Yr Wyddfa — The Burial Ground — which Philip and Quin are about to find out the hard way… A couple of years ago, I... Continue Reading →

Your Turn To Suffer by Tim Waggoner

Lori is determined to confront the Cabal and get her life back…. Having not read much by Tim Waggoner before this, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. From the blurb, Lori Palumbo has to ‘confess and atone – or suffer’, so I was envisaging some kind of cult type thing, especially with the Cabal... Continue Reading →

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