White’s uncomplicated yet evocative prose unfolds with a mellifluous ease, lending itself to some startling and striking images…
Cabin Terror is a treat in every way, if you’re a lover of pulp horror from the paperback craze of the ’80s and a fan of modern horror, this book is a great combination of the two. A paperback from hell for the modern age.
It is tempered, however, with an outlandish sense of fun and a dash of black humour, making it more ‘Evil Dead’ than ‘Martyrs’ and entertaining as much as it appals.
Cats of the Pacific Northwest almost defies description, incorporating elements of horror, fantasy, fairy tale and surrealism into a truly unique piece and one that sticks in the memory thanks to its strange and unsettling visuals contrasted against everyday, relatable characters.
His distinctive voice and unique take on themes of fractured relationships, sexuality and humanity demonstrate his assured grasp of weird fiction and promise an exciting future of what I hope will be many more fantastic books to come.
To Offer Her Pleasure is a heart-breaking and chilling look at loss, grief and isolation and a book that firmly marks out Ali Seay as a must-read voice in the horror genre.
MY HEART IS A CHAINSAW by Stephen Graham Jones pays homage to the great films of the slasher genre while carving out a unique place of its own. It is far more than just a fun, bloody, and mindless slasher though.
‘Dreams For The Dying’ is a strong definitive collection with some unforgettable offerings and, while not every story can live up to the heights of the best the book has to offer, there is plenty to enjoy here for any horror fan.
This is simply the tale of a relationship between a father and a son. The father is flawed but remains well-meaning in his love for his son.
There have been moments in my most despondent days of addiction where I felt, as the title suggests, Let me out I’ve had enough. Well, I’ve stayed in, and I’m so happy I did, for I’ve felt moments of joy that I never thought possible.