“The Unburned Island,” by Auden Johnson is a dark fantasy story where a massive assortment of shapeshifters, magic users, and ghost hunters are pitted against each other to cleanse a mysterious island of the malevolent spirits that plague it. And if you have any love of urban exploring, ghost hunting shows, or “Supernatural,” I think you’ll love it.
Oni, directed by Anthony Pietromonaco, was very well produced. With great camera work, fantastic costume design and transformative special effects.
Hello my friends! Today we’re mixing things up a little bit with a guest artist! Please join me in welcoming Jeremy Slaygoth to Horror Haikuesday! *Please imagine the sound of a crowd cheering here.* Jeremy is a horror artist from Massachusetts USA and works most often in pencils […]
The Horror If you had all the money you needed to make your own horror film, where would it take place? Describe your villain in gory detail. What would your lead characters be like? Who would survive, and what would be left of them? Leave your thoughts […]
Welcome back! Earlier today we had a post from the author of today’s book, S.K. Gregory about creating memorable characters and now it’s time for my review of Daemon Madness Written by: S. K. Gregory Genre: Fantasy/Supernatural Publisher: Mockingbird Lane Press Cover Art: Jamie Johnson 1 Sentence Synopsis Mackenzie Murphy just […]
Not too long ago I read Demons, Dolls and Milkshakes by Nelson W. Plyes (Wich jumped to my top 10 of the year list). So when he asked me if I’d be willing to review his newest novel, Everything Here is a Nightmare, I jumped on it. Everything Here […]
First off, a little personal back story on this one. I’ve pretty much overbooked myself with book reviews for this month (I know what my reading list is all the way into December at this point) and I knew reviewing Special Levels of Earthly Hell was going to be a […]
Hello folks! meet Merry Freer, horror author and guest poster for today, and she’s bringing you some thoughts on how horror and humor are better buddies than we may think. As usual (for book tour days) This post is out in the bright sparkly world of *now* and […]