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…
Howdy howdy everybody!
Hopefully all of you have been having a stress-free Holiday season in 2017 thus far. I know it’s just begun, but for some of us, especially my fellow retail sisters and brothers, it can get wild pretty early on.
In recent news, I’ve released a FREE short horror anthology called Madness Burns. You can scoop it up for no money at all at Smashwords. Read More…
Happy Death Day
by Christopher Landon
Happy Death Day is a fantastic horror comedy that throws back to Groudhog Day in more ways than one. There’s even an awesome scene at the end where one character brings up the Bill Murray film and our totally clueless main character, Tree (Jessica Rothe), has no idea what her friend is talking about. Read More…
by Niels Arden Oplev
I was initially confused about whether the recent Flatliners release was a remake or a sequel. Seems the Internet is a bit confused as well because when I look it up there’s still much debate on the topic. After watching it, I’m going to go with remake since Kiefer Sutherland’s cameo was way too small and he clearly isn’t named Nelson. Read More…
by John R. Leonetti
The film Wish Upon explores what a troubled teenage girl does when she’s given the opportunity to make seven wishes, and like all horror films in this sub-genre, things couldn’t work out worse for her.
At first, I really enjoyed the film. Read More…
by Ridley Scott
While I could probably write a ten-page paper on why Ellen Ripley is one of the greatest characters of all time, this review needs to pertain to the new Alien film in the franchise, and sadly, Sigourney Weaver’s fabulous character has yet to exist in the prequel timeline. Read More…
Boy it’s been a busy year, so I’ll just cut right to the chase. My latest release, co-authored with the fabulous Stephen Kozeniewski, is out now! So you can get your hot little hands on your very own copies (ebook or paperback) of my latest release! Purchase your copies here. Read More…
by Jordan Peele
Get Out is Jordan Peele’s directorial debut, and while Peele may be better known for his comedy, I for one am a believer that this man should start being known for his horror. Read More…