Insidious: The Last Key
by Adam Robitel
Insidious: The Last Key takes us back into The Further with a prequel/sequel that’s worthy of being attached to the franchise. It’s no secret that I am a Leigh Whannell fan, but I was weary of this latest installment, nervous that a fourth film in the series would either be terrible or ruin the series as a whole for me. Read More…
A Quiet Place
by John Krasinski
A Quiet Place has had some enormous buzz and probably been one of the most talked-about horror films of 2018 so far, and rightfully so. John Krasinski’s horror debut works well and builds constant tension while intertwining an appropriate amount of family drama. Read More…
by Alex Garland
Annihilation is Alex Garland’s most recent release that sports an impressive cast of talented women like Natalie Portman, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Gina Rodriguez, Tessa Thompson, and Tuva Novotny. The men in the film were pretty great, too, but the main cast of women do nothing but shine from start to finish. Read More…
The Cloverfield Paradox
by Julius Onah
It’s not a mystery that I’m a fan of the Cloverfield franchise. On Super Bowl Sunday this year when they ran the trailer for the latest installment, The Cloverfield Paradox, I was, needless to say, ridiculously stoked for it. This film mixed a few things that I love: space horror, parallel universes, and of course, Cloverfield monsters. Read More…
Hola to all!
Exciting news for everyone who’s been waiting for it, and even those who haven’t been.
Never Say Die: Stories of The Zombie Apocalypse is now available from Permuted Press!
You can now pick this bad boy up from Amazon (or your outlet of choice) on ebook or paperback! Visit the links below to get your copies today!
ebook: http://www.amazon. Read More…
by Ash Avildsen
American Satan is a cinematic adventure of sex, drugs, and rock ‘n roll.
Lead singer Johnny, his band mates, and their manager strike a deal with the devil himself to become the most successful metal band on the planet. Read More…
Day of The Dead: Bloodline
by Hector Hernandez Vicens
The first zombie film of 2018 that I watched happened to be Day of The Dead: Bloodline. I was sort of stoked for this one since the trailer hinted that this film was a bit closer to the source material than the 2008 Nick Cannon atrocity. Read More…
by Michael Spierig, Peter Spierig
It’s been several years since the Saw franchise has graced us with its presence during the Halloween season. When I’d first heard that the series was getting a reboot, I was ecstatic. Love it or hate it, you have to give it up to James Wan and Leigh Whannell for creating a unique and lovable serial killer for a new generation. Read More…
A Plague So Pleasant
by Benjamin Roberds, Jordan Reyes
A Plague So Pleasant is a few years older, coming out in 2013, but I hadn’t really heard much buzz about it. It wasn’t until this past week when, browsing Amazon, I found it available to stream.
The plot synopsis piqued my interest immediately. Read More…
Greetings fabulous folks,
In my Facebook memories yesterday one of the very first interviews I ever did popped up. This was back in 2013 when The Breadwinner was the only book I’d written and I knew next to none of the amazing authors, editors, or publishers I know today. Read More…