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Book Review: THE DOLL HOUSE by Edward Lee

In his latest novella, The Doll House, author Edward Lee openly makes a valiant pastiche of M.R. James, the father of Victorian supernatural. A decadence of word and style, Lee still manages to succumb to his base desire and delivers… Continue Reading →

Book Review: David Moody’s ONE OF US WILL BE DEAD BY MORNING

In One of Us Will Be Dead by Morning, David Moody returns to his Hater trilogy set in a world where people turn into vengeful, violent murders whose only sustenance is snuffing out all existence. Although this is the fourth… Continue Reading →

Book Review: PAPERBACKS FROM HELL (2017)

Already an accomplished author in the realm of horror and fiction, Grady Hendrix’s first stab at nonfiction is an astounding tome for the diehard horror and literature fan. Paperbacks From Hell is an encyclopedic book that documents the rise and… Continue Reading →

New From Crystal Lake Publishing: William Meikle’s THE GHOST CLUB: NEWLY FOUND TALES OF VICTORIAN TERROR

Writers never really die; their stories live on, to be found again, to be told again, to scare again. In Victorian London, a select group of writers, led by Arthur Conan Doyle, Bram Stoker and Henry James held an informal… Continue Reading →

YULETIDE TERROR: CHRISTMAS HORROR ON FILM AND TELEVISION Announces International Book Tour Events and Dates

YULETIDE TERROR: CHRISTMAS HORROR ON FILM AND TELEVISION New anthology book and international screening tour this December!   For many, Christmas is an annual celebration of goodwill and joy, but for others, it’s a time to curl up on the… Continue Reading →

Book Review: Reincarnage

What if Jason Voorhees or Michael Myers were real? What would happen if year after year, groups of people are slaughtered by a masked serial killer who is reincarnated just to inflict more death and mayhem? How would society handle… Continue Reading →

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