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Frankenstein, Dracula, and Eight More Early Tales of Terror for Halloween Reading

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Celebrate Halloween with one or two of the earliest examples of the horror novel. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Dangers Untold’ edited by Jennifer Brozek

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The majority of these tales are unremarkable variations on the idea of monsters. Read More »

Interview: Jeani Rector, Editor of ‘Shadow Masters’

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"Reading the stories for the first time. I am always amazed at the talents some people possess. It never gets old..." Read More »

Book Review: Tortured Spirits: Book Four in the Jake Helman Files Series by Gregory Lamberson

A trip into the darkness reveals an army of undead, an army of zombies hidden from the world. Read More »

Book Review: A Satan Carol by Alan Steven Kessler

A Satan Carol combines elements of the macabre and parody/satire to explore the concepts of free will and evil. Read More »

DVD Review: Dracula: The Vampire and the Voivode

Dracula: fact and fiction. Read More »

Book Review: Detroit Macabre by Joseph Williams

Gothic horror stalks the streets of Detroit. Read More »

Book Review: Pride and Prejudice And Zombies by Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith

Revisit Jane Austen's classic enhanced (yes, enhanced) with zombies, in more ways that initially meets the eye. Read More »