Thursday, 17 April 2014 22:47

Book Reviews

The Kyoto Man

CoverNo matter how bad you think your day is going, you don't have the problems of The Kyoto Man.

 

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Headstone

CoverNoir maestro Ken Bruen delivers once again with Headstone, the newest entry in the Jack Taylor series.

 

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Creepiosity

With a healthy dose of humor, David Bickle's discusses things that are unintentionally creepy.

 

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Should Have Killed The Kid

CoverR. Frederick Hamilton delivers a top-notch mix of horror, magic, and post-apocalyptic fiction in Should Have Killed The Kid.

 

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Genre Filmmaking: A Visual Guide to Shots and Style

CoverZig remembers how to hate with this time waster.

 

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Peter Cushing: A Life in Film

CoverOne of the greatest actors in British horror receives an excellent biography in time for his 100th birthday.

 

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Red Moon

CoverRed Moon, while heavy handed with the politics, is still a quite interesting take on an alternate, werewolf-filled universe.

 

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Apocalypse Cow

apocalypse-cow-cover I dare you to look at a sausage the same way again.

 

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Deep Down

CoverBlack dogs, reapers, Death, and wit are just but a few of the things to be found in Deborah Coates' Deep Down.

 

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Exorcising My Demons

Captain Howdy spins a tale from the making of The Exorcist that should be taken with a grain of salt.

 

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