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Book Review: “In Mint Condition: 2013″

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TheDarkTower.org is the largest Stephen King fan-site on the internet, and was one of the original destinations for horror and writing geeks to meet on the web, becoming far bigger and more influential, and more inspiring than just a simple site covering Stephen King’s litany of novels and life events. It’s gone even further with [...]

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Book Review: “The Lucky Southern Star: Reflections From The Black Lagoon”

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In THE LUCKY SOUTHERN STAR, iconic starlet Julie Adams gets a chance to tell the tale of her long and impressive film, TV, and stage career. Julie Adams is known for the white bathing suit and attitude she brought to Kay Lawrence in Universal’s CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON, a favorite for Monster Kids everywhere, but THE [...]

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Book Review: “Netherworld” by Lisa Morton

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In nineteenth-century Victorian England, a young widow finds that she has inherited more than her late husband’s property: The Furnavals serve as the ancestral keepers of supernatural portals scattered around the globe. When demonic entities begin crossing over from the Netherworld, Lady Diana realizes that a war is brewing, and she must be the one [...]

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Book Review: “Grimm: The Icy Touch” by John Shirley

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After I first saw STAR WARS on the big screen when George Lucas and company reissued the films in theatres in the 1990′s, I, like millions before me, became obsessed. I wanted more. I craved more. Needless to say, it’s lucky that the prequel trilogy wasn’t the only outlet for more stories in that wonderful [...]

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Book Review: “Shadows Over Innsmouth” By H.P. Lovecraft And Others

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Stephen Jones might be the premier anthologist in the horror and fantasy game today, and he knows his H.P. Lovecraft, having edited several different collections and garnering three World Fantasy Awards and four Bram Stoker awards. He isn’t slipping any time soon, as SHADOWS OVER INNSMOUTH is another unsettling, quirky collection of short stories from [...]

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Book Review: “Sulfur” by David Winnick

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Coming Summer 2014 Since before time, Michael has been the perfect example of what an angel should be. He is a brave warrior, a leader, a loyal servant and a trusted advisor to the almighty God. After a routine mission on Earth to stop the minions of Hell from obtaining a potential weapon of massive [...]

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Book Review: “How to Kill A Vampire: Fangs in Folklore, Film and Fiction” by Liisa Ladouceur

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Ever since Stephanie Meyer introduced a whole new generation of love-lorn tweens to the figure of the vampire with her novel TWILIGHT in 2005, there has been a lot of discussion of the role of the vampire in our history and culture. Many disparaged the Twilight series for over-romanticizing the figure of the vampire (see [...]

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Book Review: “The Last Night Of October” by Greg Chapman

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Seventy-year-old Gerald Forsyth dreads Halloween.  Every year, on October 31st, a lone child has knocked on his door – a nightmarish reminder of a tragedy from Gerald’s past.  As each Halloween came and went, Gerald has been able to keep his door locked and the monstrous memory at bay, but the ravages of emphysema have [...]

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Book Review: “Sacrifice Island” by Kristin Dearborn

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A tropical paradise… Jemma and Alex are paranormal investigators, writing a book on hauntings around the world. When Jemma begins researching a cryptic diary written by a young woman who committed suicide on a supposedly haunted island in the Philippines years earlier, they think they’ve found their next chapter. A tragic past… It doesn’t take [...]

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Book Review: “Beyond Rue Morgue”

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Many attribute Sir Arthur Conan Doyle for crafting the world’s first literary super-detective. But actually, it was the brilliant Edgar Allan Poe’s far more under the radar, yet no less brilliant, C. Auguste Dupin that started the trend. While Dupin has surely amassed a following and is revered by many detective aficionados and Poe fans, [...]

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