• Book Reviews

    {Review} The Remedy by Asher Ellis

    by Asher Ellis Published by Full Fathom Five Digital on April 8th 2015 Genres: Horror Pages: 262 Format: eARC Buy on Amazon Goodreads College senior Leigh Swanson knew her friends’ vacation to Montreal would become a drug-and-booze-filled road trip. Yet despite her best judgement, she gave into her roommate’s pleas and hopped aboard the Canada-bound van. It will soon prove to be the biggest mistake of her life. On the road, Leigh and her friends meet Sam Tucker, a mysterious hitchhiker who is willing to exchange directions for a ride. Sam takes the gang on a shortcut—a detour through a dark Vermont forest. A deadly detour. Among the many horrors…

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    {Review} The Devil’s Detective by Simon Kurt Unsworth

    by Simon Kurt Unsworth Published by Doubleday on 3.3.15 Genres: Dark Fantasy, Dark Fiction, Extreme Horror, Fiction, Horror, Mystery, Supernatural Pages: 304 Format: eARC Buy on Amazon Goodreads Thomas Fool is an Information Man, an investigator tasked with cataloging and filing reports on the endless stream of violence and brutality that flows through Hell. His job holds no reward or satisfaction, because Hell has rules but no justice. Each new crime is stamped "Do Not Investigate" and dutifully filed away in the depths of the Bureaucracy. But when an important political delegation arrives and a human is found murdered in a horrific manner—extravagant even by Hell's standards—everything changes. The murders…

  • Author Interviews

    {Interview}-Tim Curran chats with Horror After Dark

    by Tim Curran Genres: Dark Fiction, Extreme Horror, Fiction, Horror, Thriller    Tim Curran graciously agreed to chat with us about his writing, how he started, what inspired him, and his latest book!  So without further ado: Welcome to Horror After Dark, Mr. Curran! Let’s start with Your Writing.   HAD: When did you discover H.P. Lovecraft and how did that affect you and/or your writing? TIM: I discovered Lovecraft when I was in junior high via a Scholastic book called The Shadow over Innsmouth and other Stories of Horror. Probably a lot of people from my generation did as well. I still have the book. It has a Nosferatu-looking Deep One on the…