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    {Review} PLAN 9: Official Movie Novelization, by Matthew Warner

    I received this book for free from in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.by Matthew Warner Published by Darkstone Productions LLC on February 13, 2016 Genres: Apocalyptic, Cosmic Horror, Dark Fantasy, Dark Fiction, Fiction, Horror, Sci-Fi, Zombies Pages: 280 Format: Paperback Buy on Amazon In 1959, a film was released that would live in the minds and hearts of science fiction and horror fans for years to come. That film was Edward D. Wood, Jr.'s magnum opus, "Plan 9 From Outer Space," a story about aliens re-animating the dead in order to kill Earth's population. Genre…

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    {Book Tour Review + Giveaway} The Dover Demon by Hunter Shea

    by Hunter Shea Published by Samhain Publishing on September 1, 2105 Pages: 242 Format: Paperback Buy on Amazon The Dover Demon is real…and it has returned. In 1977, Sam Brogna and his friends came upon a terrifying, alien creature on a deserted country road. What they witnessed was so bizarre, so chilling, they swore their silence. But their lives were changed forever. Decades later, the town of Dover has been hit by a massive blizzard. Sam’s son, Nicky, is drawn to search for the infamous cryptid, only to disappear into the bowels of a secret underground lair. The Dover Demon is far deadlier than anyone could have believed. And there…

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    {Review} Boom Town by Glenn Rolfe

    by Glenn Rolfe Published by Samhain Publishing on April 7th, 2015 Genres: Horror, Sci-Fi Format: eARC Goodreads I’ve previously gone on record to say I’m a huge fan of Chuck Russell’s 1988 remake of The Blob. It was one of my seminal early teenage viewing experiences, so much so that I’m almost frightened to go back and view it now as a crotchety and embittered film and book critic. Thankfully, I don’t have to because some new authors on the horror scene have taken up the mantle left behind by Chuck Russell. Last year it was Exponential by Adam Cesare. This year it’s Glenn Rolfe with Boom Town. Taking place…

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    {Review} Blackout by Tim Curran

    by Tim Curran Published by Darkfuse on August 19th 2014 Genres: Apocalyptic, Extreme Horror, Horror, Sci-Fi Pages: 95 Format: eARC Buy on Amazon Goodreads The following is based on an eARC made available by DarkFuse Publishing through NetGalley. At about the halfway point of Tim Curran’s soon to be released novella, I found myself wondering what goes on in this author’s head. Specifically: What makes him tick? How does he come by his ideas? And whether he keeps himself awake at night thinking up the horrors that he inflicts upon his readers? But by the end of the read, I’d decided I really didn’t want to know. Such is the…

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    Guest Review: Class 5 by Shaun Horton

    Blurb: Seguro, Arizona is the definition of a quiet desert town. An oasis, hours away from the nearest city. However, on this night, a mechanical malfunction has triggered a desperate and vicious pursuit through the desert. Hunter and hunted alike are willing to do whatever it takes to succeed in their missions and neither is going to let anything stand in their way. Unfortunately, for the residents of Seguro, their quiet little town is about to become the center of a deadly game of hide and seek… Review: Fully transparent disclaimer: A copy of novel was provided free in exchange for a fair and honest review. The second novel by…