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REVIEW: Monarch: Legacy of Monsters

The latest explosion of Godzilla stories has brought us Monarch: Legacy of Monsters, a story spins off from director Gareth Edwards’ (The Creator, Rogue One, Monsters) brilliant Godzilla film that takes the focus away...

REVIEW: The Hidden Legion by Snorri Kristjánsson

Rome gets the dark fantasy treatment in Snorri Kristjánsson’s latest release, The Hidden Legion. Full of mythical creatures and action and found family, this is definitely the cozy dark monster hunting fantasy you’re looking...

REVIEW: The Night Hunt by Alexandra Christo

Atia is a killer. She is also a lost girl, one who has had to deal with grief and loss. Alexandra Christo’s The Night Hunt is high on the scale of moral greyness we...

REVIEW: Die By the Sword Edited by D.M. Ritzlin

DMR Books has quickly established itself as one of the premiere sources for new and reprinted fiction written in the pulp sword & sorcery and science fantasy traditions. They’ve released a number of anthologies...

Monsters Among Us: Seven Novels and Stories that Will Make You Look Twice at the People (?) Around You

Let’s say you’re riding in an airplane, or better yet, a crowded bus. You and your fellow passengers are all pressed up against each other, nudging and bumping at the knees and elbows, mumbling...

REVIEW: Dead Space 2023

Dead Space (2023) is a remake of the classic 2008 video game. It is a welcome revival of a franchise that briefly was on top of the world with animated movies, comics, and multiple...

REVIEW: Resident Evil: Village-Winters’ Expansion

Resident Evil: Village was one of my favorite games in recent memory, continuing the story of Ethan Winters after the excellent soft continuity reboot of Resident Evil VII. That story brought the horror back...

REVIEW: The Midnight World

The world is darker, stranger, and more dangerous than you could possibly know. More malicious than you’d ever dare to believe. There are dark forces at work, just beyond the edges of your perception...

REVIEW: Mad God

Mad God is a grotesque, profane, brutal hallucinatory odyssey through a nightmarish hellscape. It is also, quite frankly, a work of art. The brainchild of special effects and creature design luminary Phil Tippett, Mad...