Exorcist Falls – Book Review

Exorcist Falls – Book Review

Exorcist Road Jonathan Janz Sinister Grin Press March 15, 2017 Reviewed by Shane Douglas Keene Ever since William Peter Blatty wrote the iconic novel The Exorcist, authors have been trying to repeat the feat, some out of a love of the author and a desire to pay...

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March Journalstone Newsletter

March Journalstone Newsletter

Dear Reader, Ah, the wet and sometimes-warm-sometimes-cold month of March. With spring just around the corner, it's the perfect time to dig into some new releases from JournalStone! Did you see who's on the cover of the latest issue of Dark Discoveries? It's none...

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Lost Signals – Book Review

Lost Signals – Book Review

Lost Signals Max Booth III and Lori Michelle, Editors Perpetual Motion Reviewed by C.M. Saunders Lost Signals is a themed anthology from Perpetual Motion Publishing about “Radio waves, numbers stations, rogue transmissions, and other unimaginable sounds you only wish...

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Darkest Day – Movie Review

Darkest Day – Movie Review

Darkest Day Directed and Written by Dan Rickard Produced by Simon Drake May 8, 2015 Reviewed by A. Renee Hunt Whenever I review indie movies, I have to remember many are coming from an extremely low budget - this one was £1,000. My mantra is: Focus on the story -...

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The Dark Below – Movie Review

The Dark Below – Movie Review

The Dark Below Directed by Douglas Schulze Story and Screenplay by Douglas Schulze with Jonathan D'Ambrosio Produced by Kurt Eli Mary and Kathryn J. McDermott Music by David Bateman Reviewed by A. Renee Hunt There are movies that grab you, and there are movies that...

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Crow Shine – Book Review

Crow Shine – Book Review

CROW SHINE Alan Baxter November 11, 2016 Ticonderoga Publications Reviewed by Brian James Lewis  This collection of intense speculative fiction from Alan Baxter is definitely one of a kind. Reason being, that Crow Shine is filled with all kinds of different stories...

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Dark Discoveries – Issue #37

The Ripper’s Time – By Mark Vogel – As much a piece of historical fiction as it is horror!!!

Behold the Void

Rights of Azathoth

Hieroglyphs of Blood and Bone

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