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REVIEW: Six Rooms by Gemma Amor

Gemma Amor puts a new spin on the familiar haunted house trope with Six Rooms. The novel takes place at Sunshire Chateau, an enormous, labyrinthine mansion sitting atop a hill in New York state,...

REVIEW: Deity by Matt Wesolowski

After reading and being blown away by Matt Wesolowski’s Demon in 2021, I am slightly embarrassed that it has taken me this long to return to the Six Stories world. To make matters worse,...

REVIEW: Squirm by Hugo Bernard

Only a few authors are capable of writing good B-movie horror. B-movies come to it naturally as they’re a product of too small special effects budget, underwritten characters, and ridiculousness that must be taken...

REVIEW: Blight by Tom Carlisle

Blight is the debut novel from author Tom Carlisle. A traditional gothic novel, it has elements of horror, the arcane, and furtive goings-on. Blight is the perfect read for this time of year and would appeal to...

REVIEW: TENEMENT #2 by Jeff Lemire (W), Andrea Sorrentino (A), Dave Stewart(A)

TENEMENT #2 from Image Comics, is an absolutely absorbing issue that mixes the mundane reality of urban life and all its complexities, with the overwhelming cosmic indifference of an entity too vast and too...

REVIEW: The Fisherman by John Langan

Abe is a widower who lost his wife to cancer. Another coworker of his, Dan, lost his family in a car accident. To get their minds off their losses, they take up fishing together....

REVIEW: A Plague Tale: Innocence

A Plague Tale: Innocence is a work of dark fantasy and that is a surprisingly rare (albeit by no means unknown) work among video games. Historical dark fantasy is even rarer as you don’t...

REVIEW: The Last Ritual by S.A. Sidor

The Last Ritual is the second novel of the Arkham Horror standalone novel series. I was a huge fan of Josh Reynold’s Wrath of N’Kai novel and was interested in seeing what more the...

REVIEW: Miskatonic by Mark Sable

Miskatonic by Mark Sable is an indie comic book I stumbled upon by accident. Lovecraft has a somewhat sketchy history with adaptations of his work to comic books with Alan Moore’s  Providence and a...

REVIEW: Fatale Vol. 1: Death Chases Me by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips

Fatale Vol. 1: Death Chases Me by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips is a work that I picked up after the fantastic The Fade Out comic. I’m a huge fan of film noir and...