This week we’re discussing two horror anthologies!
“I am not a horror reader. These were the words I used to tell myself and others. When it came to comic books my tastes were varied but never horror. Or so I thought. It turns out I am a horror reader. It seems I enjoy reading it. Past me had not a clue what joys and delights lay on the dark side.”
We’re breaking our self imposed “all indie” rules this week to talk about the first Marvel Studios Special Presentation: Werewolf By Night!
“If you like a touch of horror with your magic I would highly recommend Shadow Service.”
“Swine is a pretty wild ride, if you like your horror a little on the ludicrous side you’re definitely going to enjoy this book.”
“If you haven’t been persuaded by our reviews and podcasts so far then let me try again and say: you need to read Home Sick Pilots.”
“If you don’t like too much gore in your horror, would prefer a lighter horror, I recommend Pinocchio Vampire Slayer as it’s a really fun read and perfect for the season.”
I’ve been a fan of Tim Seeley’s work since I read Revival, but what really cemented that truth was Money Shot. Between the two we see a great range in Seeley’s writing, a creator who can do both horror, comedy and human emotion to an equally effective degree. I’ve also been a slasher movie fan since seeing Scream 3 when […]
“Infidel is the perfect horror for the present day and will likely remain relevant for a long time to come.”
“An absolute must read book for horror fans this spooky season.”
“It’s just your average story about a young girl turning into a tree.”
“An interesting take on the Headless Horseman mythos, with plenty of twists and turns to keep you guessing.”
“This is not your usual Dracula story.”
“An interesting supernatural, body horror tale set in small town America.”
“Monsters, parasitic slugs, skeletons jumping out of bodies, it’s just a wonderfully ridiculous read.”
‘Part Bret Easton Ellis novel and part Neon Demon this is a series about new relationships, magic, sex, and leaving everything behind in the pursuit of fame’