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REVIEW: Killers of the Flower Moon

Killers of the Flower Moon has been a long time coming. Martin Scorsese’s latest epic has been in the works for some time and this three-and-a-half-hour epic set in 1920s Oklahoma has been garnering...

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An Interview With Charlaine Harris

Charlaine Harris is a New York Times bestseller, and author of the HBO adopted series “Sookie Stackhouse,” NBC adopted “Midnight, Texas,” “Harper Connelly,” and many more. Harris has joined us to discuss her latest...

An Interview with David Wragg

Hi David! Thank you so much for taking the time to do this interview with me here at Grimdark Magazine. At the time of writing I’ve almost completed my readthrough of The Hunters and...

REVIEW: SNAFU: Dead or Alive

In SNAFU: Dead or Alive, Cohesion Press’ latest in the line of brilliant SNAFU military horror anthologies (some of the stories from which you may have seen in Love, Death, and Robots on Netflix),...

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REVIEW: Cold as Hell by Rhett C. Bruno

Cold as Hell by Rhett Bruno is the sequel to Dead Acre, an audiobook original that I enjoyed. Cold as Hell, by contrast, is a story that is available in both Kindle as well...

REVIEW: The Wolf and the She-Bear by Morgan Stang

Morgan Stang’s novella, The Wolf and the She-Bear, examines the consequence of choice and the internal struggle between before and now. Mixing a creative approach to fantastical lore with a low fantasy setting, Stang...

REVIEW: The Gunslinger by Stephen King

The Gunslinger, originally written by Stephen King from 1978 to 1982 then revised and re-released in 2003, is the first book in the ambitious Dark Tower series, King’s self described ‘magnum opus’. Having read...

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REVIEW: Upright Women Wanted by Sarah Gailey

Upright Women Wanted by Sarah Gailey is a queer western with dystopian roots and a whole lot of moxie.  “She wanted that satisfaction. She wanted it for herself wanted it like a half-starved alley-rat watching...

REVIEW: The Returning by Damien Black

I received a review copy of The Returning: A Cautionary Tale From The Mercenary Realms in exchange for an honest review. I would like to thank Damien Black. The Returning is an exciting, bloody...

REVIEW: The Son by Philipp Meyer

The Son is an epic novel that scales the history of the American west over three generations of a family, the McCulloughs. It is an instant classic, a masterpiece and a heartbreaking story that...

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