They Thirst – Robert McCammon

  I’m not sure how this one slipped through my fingers. I could’ve sworn that I’d read They Thirst many, many years ago, but for some odd reason I couldn’t remember much at all about it. So, I figured it was time for a re-read. Well, now I know why I don’t remember much aboutContinue reading “They Thirst – Robert McCammon”

Wrathbone and Other Stories – Jason Parent

  This is my second read of Jason’s and this one is a short story collection. Without further ado, here we go: Wrathbone- The “title track” of this collection and it’s an eerie display of watching a man sink deeper and deeper into madness. What makes this story even more unsettling is that it’s basedContinue reading “Wrathbone and Other Stories – Jason Parent”

Renovation – Sara Brooke

  The Brennier family have moved from their Miami digs to small town, northern Florida hamlet of Oak Shade. Soon after Mikey and his wife Barbara move into their new house, it starts raining and the roof starts leaking. Ah, the joys of being a new homeowner. As Mikey is out looking up at hisContinue reading “Renovation – Sara Brooke”

The Jack in the Green – Frazer Lee

  Mild-mannered Tom McRae keeps having the same night terrors over and over. He keeps reliving that horrific morning when he was six and his parents were brutally murdered. His wife isn’t able to provide any relief. She’s trying to recover from her own nightmare of having a miscarriage and is in a semi-catatonic stateContinue reading “The Jack in the Green – Frazer Lee”

Interview with Brian Moreland

Lets get the vitals out of the way – Name: Brian Moreland DOB: November 28, 1968 Birthplace: Portsmouth, VA City of Residence: Dallas, TX Marital Status: Divorced Children: None Pets: None Into The Macabre: When did you first start writing? Brian Moreland: In college, when I was 19, I decided to write a novel forContinue reading “Interview with Brian Moreland”

Tortures of the Damned – Hunter Shea

   The horror/sci-fi genre has experienced a huge boom in post-apocalyptic stories in the last decade. Many are thanks to Brian Keene and The Walking Dead making zombies the popular choice, these days, and it shows. The market is over saturated with zombie books – some good, but most are meh…seen it, done it, readContinue reading “Tortures of the Damned – Hunter Shea”