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3 Book Recommendations For The Horror Fan Issue #2

For me, there’s nothing better than a good horror story. Horror is a genre with a terrific literary history, with humanity telling stories to terrify since its inception. I’ve sought out and read my share of great horror. Here are a few that left me

The Throne of Bones: Ghouls Are Underutilized And Underrated

Year 1997 Author Brian McNaughton Summary A collection of horror-fantasy stories set in a decadent world where the humans are just as repulsive as the monsters who dwell in the shadows. Writer, Alan Rodgers, describes the book as follows: Imagine what Tolkien’s Lord of the

Wytches(Comic Book Review)

Synopsis The Rooks family moves to a remote town in the hopes of escaping the shadow of a tragedy, but an ancient evil stirs within the woods just out of town. WYTCHES. They are watching and they are waiting… Review My father is a huge

Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver (Video Game Review)

What’s scarier than a vampire that drinks blood? A vampire that consumes souls! Soul Reaver is a 1999 dark fantasy, horror, action adventure title for the Playstation 1 and the Sega Dreamcast. It is the second game in the franchise, the first being Blood Omen:

Lost Gods (Book Review)

Synopsis Chet Moran is a scrub who desires to turn over a new leaf once his young bride tells him of the impending birth of their child. Together, they run away to a place Chet believes to be a safe haven, but soon find themselves

Pan's Labyrinth (Movie Review)

In 1944 war-torn Spain, young Ofelia and her sickly mother arrive at a military post ran by her new stepfather, a sadistic military officer charged with quelling a guerilla uprising. Armed with little more than her imagination to combat the cruelties of reality, Ofelia discovers

Guillermo Del Toro: Cabinet of Curiosities (Book Review)

I remember finding this book at Barnes and Nobles. Actually, I must recant that statement. Unlike most trips to the bookstore, when I have an idea about what I’m searching for, this book found me. It was just… waiting for me on the shelf. Surely,