book review, horror, humor, short story, women in horror

Psycho Gets Her Man by Camille Picott

The second outing for stoner chums, Santa Claus and Rudolph, sees them journey to Ancient Greece. After unleashing the zombie apocalypse, Nick and Rudy seek to escape being eaten by using a time machine to travel back to before the zombies arrived. Nick takes a fancy to the first young woman they meet, but it… Continue reading Psycho Gets Her Man by Camille Picott

book review, fiction

In This Way I Was Saved by Brian DeLeeuw

After watching the excellent film, Daniel Isn’t Real, I decided to delve deeper into the world by reading the novel that inspired the movie. Told from the perspective of Daniel, an ‘imaginary friend’, In This Way I Was Saved tells the story of Luke; his manipulative, controlling mother who wears the family eccentricities and mental… Continue reading In This Way I Was Saved by Brian DeLeeuw

book review, thriller

Dinosaur Lake by Kathryn Meyer Griffith

Last year I couldn’t get enough of books about Bigfoot, but this year I’m hankering after dinosaurs. Henry Shore, retired New York City cop, is chief ranger at Crater Lake park in Oregon. When volcanic activity reveals dinosaur bones in the park, paleontologist Justin Maltin arrives to study the find. Little do the two men… Continue reading Dinosaur Lake by Kathryn Meyer Griffith