{Leisure Time with Glenn Rolfe} Episode 1: Covenant by John Everson

LEISURE TIME w/ GLENN ROLFE Episode One: COVENANT by John Everson  Welcome to Leisure Time.  I’m your host, Glenn Rolfe.  While I should be hard at work writing a new short story or finishing a novella or a new novel…instead, I’m here with you sharing my thoughts and love for my favorite line of horror books … Continue reading {Leisure Time with Glenn Rolfe} Episode 1: Covenant by John Everson

{Film Review} Dybbuk Box- The True Story of Chris Chambers

Reviewed by Caitlyn Grey Buying a paranormal item off the Black Market—what could possibly go wrong? For paranormal thrill seeker Chris Chambers (played by Chris Chambers), he’s about to find out. After watching endless videos on YouTube following the Dybbuk Box Challenge and being skeptical himself whether these boxes are real, Chambers decides to purchase … Continue reading {Film Review} Dybbuk Box- The True Story of Chris Chambers

{Book Review} Fountain Dead by Theresa Braun

Pages: 187 Published: November 20th 2018 Publisher: Unnerving I have read quite a few stories by Theresa Braun. She never disappoints, always delivering a good time. But Fountain Dead is on another level. To me, it's the best story she's written thus far. Theresa Braun delivers the chills and thrills with Fountain Dead. I love … Continue reading {Book Review} Fountain Dead by Theresa Braun

{Guest Post} We Seem More Normal: Brian Evenson, Utah Valley, and Mormon Representation in Horror by T.J. Tranchell

We Seem More Normal: Brian Evenson, Utah Valley, and Mormon Representation in Horror By T.J. Tranchell             Most of the books I’ve read since I was about 15 have been set in far off, exotic locales like England, New Orleans, Maine or East Texas. Michael Connelly’s Los Angeles isn’t quite … Continue reading {Guest Post} We Seem More Normal: Brian Evenson, Utah Valley, and Mormon Representation in Horror by T.J. Tranchell

{Book Review} Violet by Scott Thomas

  Pages: 300 Published: October 15th 2019 Publisher: Inkshares Scott Thomas, author of Kill Creek, delivers a most masterful read. Horror pertaining to childhood has always freaked me out. Violet freaked me out on another level. I can hang with evil toys, urban legends, and the paranormal. What I can't hang with is imaginary friends. Violet … Continue reading {Book Review} Violet by Scott Thomas

{Film Review} THE HOLE IN THE GROUND by Lee Cronin

Reviewed by Caitlyn Grey  What would you do if your life started to resemble that of local folklore? Shortly after moving to a secluded rural town, that’s exactly what happens to now single mother Sarah O’Neill (Seána Kerslake). While Sarah is adjusting to her new life, her school-age son Christopher (James Quinn Markey) is struggling … Continue reading {Film Review} THE HOLE IN THE GROUND by Lee Cronin

{Music Monday} Soulshine by Warren Haynes

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=81lIga4eLfI Soulshine by Warren Haynes  When you can't find the light That guides you through a cloudy day When the stars ain't shining bright And it feels like you've lost your way When those candle light of home Burn so very far away Well you got to let your soul shine Just like my daddy … Continue reading {Music Monday} Soulshine by Warren Haynes

{Book Review} The Resurrectionists by Michael Patrick Hicks

  Michael Patrick Hicks has outdone himself this time. He has concocted a potent, genre-bending cosmic horror tale that's rich with historical implications. Hicks taps into so many history facets of the American Revolution and its aftermath––it truly is beautiful to behold. He really did his research and it shows through this first installment. He … Continue reading {Book Review} The Resurrectionists by Michael Patrick Hicks