No matter how bad you think your day is going, you don't have the problems of The Kyoto Man.
Noir maestro Ken Bruen delivers once again with Headstone, the newest entry in the Jack Taylor series.
With a healthy dose of humor, David Bickle's discusses things that are unintentionally creepy.
R. Frederick Hamilton delivers a top-notch mix of horror, magic, and post-apocalyptic fiction in Should Have Killed The Kid.
Zig remembers how to hate with this time waster.
One of the greatest actors in British horror receives an excellent biography in time for his 100th birthday.
Red Moon, while heavy handed with the politics, is still a quite interesting take on an alternate, werewolf-filled universe.
I dare you to look at a sausage the same way again.
Black dogs, reapers, Death, and wit are just but a few of the things to be found in Deborah Coates' Deep Down.
Captain Howdy spins a tale from the making of The Exorcist that should be taken with a grain of salt.
Page 7 of 31