There aren’t nearly as many hole puns in this review than you might think.
Drink deep of this bleak, weird dystopia from an author to watch.
This sleek, deadly novella makes for perfect summer reading.
This explosive collection is an excellent primer on bizarro horror.
A post-apocalyptic thriller with a new kind of walker.
In Gross and Unlikeable, the female of the species is always deadlier.
Teenage angst leads to unholy pacts in this new novella.
Punk may be dead, but it won't stay buried.
It's that time of year again, and Matt is here to tell you about the books you should have been reading in 2016.
This horror masterpiece will keep you hooked from beginning to end.
This tale of a possessed mirror stumbles into seven years of bad luck.
The Lansdale brothers concoct a rip-roarin' tale of cowboys versus the demonic undead
Brian Evenson's latest novella focuses on the creeping, psychological horror of self.
Brian Keene takes us on a terrifying summer trip to the deep ocean.
Stephen Graham Jones dazzles with his werewolf coming-of-age novel, Mongrels.
Livia Llewellyn writes blood-spattered erotica and elegantly captures the feminine uncanny.
An ancient bloodsucker comes back to make vampires 'bad' again.
Laird Barron's latest reads like the Venture Brothers from Hell via Jules Verne.
The Ballad of Black Tom is the anti-love letter that Lovecraft deserves.
Anthony Trevino's bizarro tale of Innerspace meets Galactus.