Frank Muller reads Stephen King's Black House, and does a terrible job of it. Here's why.
King departs from his supernatural scary bent to offer two enjoyable novellas that pack a moral wallop.
Under the Dome will handily pull readers under its influence
Dramatically engrossing with well written, well rounded characters. The ending will frustrate a lot of people, however.
King, Coonts, Bond, Niven, Howard, Rutherford, Poyer, Hart, Finch; Agassi, Carlin, Scalia, Zadie Smith, Led Zeppelin, 'Miracle on the Hudson', 'Biggest Loser' 'Flow', 'Elephant Whisperer'...
A fantastic tome for readers to sink their teeth, or fangs, into.
An advance review of Stephen King's new magnum opus, Under the Dome.
A collection of good (and bad) catalogue horror titles debut on Blu-ray.
The world is lost, sanity is waning, and the terrors from our worst nightmare have found us in waking hours.
For those intrigued by tales of the post-apocalypse, check out a contemporary masterpiece by the "Master of Horror" himself.