[REVIEW] My Heart is a Chainsaw – by Stephen Graham Jones

The Only Good Indians was one of the most talked about books in horror last year, and for good reason; it was vicious and unique and emotional. When I heard the latest SGJ novel was going to be more traditional – a slasher – I wasn’t sure what to expect. The Only Good Indians was…

[REVIEW] Below – by Kev Harrison

Below is more of a dramatic piece than suspenseful or scary. Little happens in the current timeframe, which left me wanting the past to be fleshed out by actual scenes (rather than notes) — that’s when the exciting stuff happened. Had those letters been actual chapters of direct detail from the grandfather, I would have…

[REVIEW] Savage Island – by Brian Moreland

SAVAGE ISLAND by Brian Moreland 3.75 out of 5.0 stars Publisher: Silver Shamrock Publishing Genre Tags: Island Horror, Isolation, Predators, Eco-Horror Tomb of Gods, Brian Moreland’s most recent novel, was one of my favorite reads in 2020. As such, I was excited when this novella was announced. Two friends go on vacation, one to heal…

[REVIEW] Red X – by David Demchuk

RED X by David Demchuk 3.75 out of 5.0 stars Publisher: Strange Light Genre Tags: Horror, Monsters, Queer Horror, Queer Lit This is a difficult book to review. On one hand, there are so many things I love about it: the mystery, the queer representation, the unsettling sequences, the mystical and fantastical creatures, the numerous…

[REVIEW] The City Around the World – by Elliot Harper

I was recently introduced to Elliot’s writing during the open call stage for my company’s debut anthology. When I saw him later post about the new cover for his novella, I decided to check out the book while I was at it. Elliot is a great writer, a sorcerer of words. His brand of science…