{Book Review} Cari Mora by Thomas Harris

Pages: 311 Published: May 21st 2019 Publisher: Grand Central Publishing Reviewed by Valerie Dorsey I try not to compare writers books with their previous works but there is a certain expectation that is inherent when you read numerous works by one author. That being said I guess I went into this one with high expectations! … Continue reading {Book Review} Cari Mora by Thomas Harris

{Film Review} The Haunting of La Llorona by Dennis Devine

Reviewed by Caitlyn Grey  If you’re looking for your next favorite James Wan horror film, you’ve come to the wrong place. The Haunting of La Llorona, which is a completely different film from The Curse of La Llorona, follows the divergent stories of Cassandra (Kaylin Zeren) and Father Gomez (Orlando McNary) in a classic past-meets-present storyline. After an unnamed woman enters the home … Continue reading {Film Review} The Haunting of La Llorona by Dennis Devine

{Book Review} Reception by Kenzie Jennings

Pages: 210 Publisher: Death's Head Press Published: March 11, 2019 Kenzie Jennings has concocted a wickedly delicious cannibalistic tale. It's hard to believe Reception is her first book. It doesn't read like a debut. And I love a good introduction. I always read them. You never know what your going to read or find out … Continue reading {Book Review} Reception by Kenzie Jennings

{Book Review} Claws by Russell James

Pages: 152 Published: May 20th 2019 Publisher: Severed Press Russell James never disappoints with his creature features. And he's at the top of his game with Claws. It's a great action-packed aquatic escapade. I thoroughly enjoyed my reading experience. I chewed this one up in an hour or so. Russell James's writing style keeps you … Continue reading {Book Review} Claws by Russell James

{Book Review} The Nightrunners by Joe R. Lansdale

Pages: 243 Publisher: Tor Books Published: March 15, 1989 I've read a couple of Joe R. Lansdale's books. The Nightrunners is probably the scariest story he's ever written. Hell, it's probably the darkest story he's ever written, and by darkest, I mean the most brutally vicious. It touches on some difficult subjects. Some readers may … Continue reading {Book Review} The Nightrunners by Joe R. Lansdale

{Music Monday} Unsainted by Slipknot

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VpATBBRajP8 Slipknot - "Unsainted" Oh, I’ll never kill myself to save my soul/I was gone but how was I to know? I didn’t come this far to sink so low/I’m finally holding on to letting go I’m just weathering a rough patch… another villain with an itch to scratch Denial is the darkest when you … Continue reading {Music Monday} Unsainted by Slipknot

{Book Review} Where All Light Tends to Go by David Joy

  Pages: 260 Published: March 3rd 2015 Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons David Joy can write real small town horror better than anyone I know. I say horror, but what I should have said was real life horror. The author writes about everyday people going through some really tough situations and scenarios. Where All Light Tends … Continue reading {Book Review} Where All Light Tends to Go by David Joy

{Book Review} The Devil’s Dreamland by Sara Tantlinger

Sara Tantlinger is one of the first horror poets I ever read. Back in 2018, I read her collection Love For Slaughter. Not only was her poetry brilliant, it put horror poetry on my radar. The Devil's Dreamland is a themed poetry collection about H.H. Holmes, a famous serial killer from the late 19th century. … Continue reading {Book Review} The Devil’s Dreamland by Sara Tantlinger

{Book Review} I Travel By Night by Robert McCammon

Pages: 152 Published: April 5th 2013 Publisher: Subterranean Press When I think of great authors, Robert R. McCammon is always near the top of the list. He has created so many great stories and memorable characters. I Travel by Night is no different. Subterranean Press did an excellent job on the cover. It sets the … Continue reading {Book Review} I Travel By Night by Robert McCammon

{Book Review} The Ballad of Black Tom by Victor LaValle

Pages: 149 pages Published: February 16th 2016 Publisher: Tor.com I can't say enough about this novella, but I'm going to give it my best try. I'm going to start with this awesome noir cover. It sets the mood. An African American man walking through the streets of New York at night in the early 20th … Continue reading {Book Review} The Ballad of Black Tom by Victor LaValle