book review, horror

31 Days of Horror: Heart Shaped Box by Joe Hill

A middle aged rock star’s interest in the macabre back fires in this chilling debut from Joe Hill. Hard rock goth musician, Judas Coyne, likes to collect occult items, but when he purchases a haunted suit that’s really haunted, he gets launched on a dark, dangerous path that makes him confront a past he never… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Heart Shaped Box by Joe Hill

book review, horror

31 Days of Horror: I Am Legend by Richard Matheson

Terrifying, haunting and most likely the father of the modern zombie, I Am Legend is a must read for all horror fans. Sole survivor of a global disease that has turned humanity into vampires, Robert Neville leads a miserable existence in dead LA. After researching the disease, Neville discovers that the situation is slightly different… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: I Am Legend by Richard Matheson

book review, horror

31 Days of Horror: Dracula by Bram Stoker

Not the first vampire book, but probably the most famous. Bram Stoker’s classic has a lot to answer for when it comes to the modern blood sucker. Solicitor (that’s lawyer for readers in the US) Jonathan Harker, travels to Transylvania to finalize conveyancing on kindly old Count Dracula’s new pad in England. Little does young… Continue reading 31 Days of Horror: Dracula by Bram Stoker