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Lord Loss by Darren Shan Review
On first appearance, Grubitsch “Grubbs” Grady seems like your typical teenager; he rebels against his parents, fights with his sister, succumbs to peer pressure, and struggles with a horrific family curse. We look at author Darren Shan´s first book of the "Demonata" series.
Voyeurs of Death Review
We review Shaun Jeffrey´s hellish short story collection, Voyeurs of Death. Stop watching.
A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner
A look at Faulker's time-honored Gothic tale of love, loss, and murder set against the backdrop of a decaying southern town.
Over thirty years after the alleged story took place, “The Amityville Horror” continues to haunt the American consciousness. With a new film in the works, Jay Anson’s “true story” on a family tormented by an evil house has forged itself into horror history.
The Nightmarist by Duncan Rouleau
The Nightmarist Review - A look at the disturbing graphic novel by acclaimed writer/artist Duncan Rouleau
Evil in Horror Literature
A cornerstone of the horror literature movement, “evil” has existed in numerous forms throughout horror’s history. Yet defining what "evil" actually is becomes tricky, if not altogether elusive.
Faulkner and Gothic Literature
Many sub-genres of horror literature have emerged, specific to the regions that produced them. A look at Faulkner and his southern gothic literature short story "A Rose for Emily"
Daemon Hall by Andrew Nance
As part of our countdown to Halloween horror, we review the young adult horror anthology "Daemon Hall" by Andrew Nance.
Revival by Stephen King Review
Ever since the new minister's shadow had fallen over young Jamie Morton, the boy's fate and that of the Reverend Charles Jacob would be forever intertwined in ways that neither of them could comprehend or understand. We review "Revival," the newest novel by Stephen King.
The Tower by Simon Clark
A recent change of management has led a young rock band to the dark walls of what is affectionately known as The Tower, an ancient and large dwelling in the middle of nowhere. The mansion boasts an extensive history of brutal violence and death, and it is about to add some fresh blood to its resume
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