Salmagundi – Book Review

Salmagundi – Book Review

Salmagundi William Quincy Belle BG Ltd. December 24, 2016 Reviewed by Brian James Lewis It is always a pleasure to review a collection of stories from William Quincy Belle and Salmagundi lives up to its title, which means a mixture of very different things to create...

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Corpsepaint – Book Review

Corpsepaint – Book Review

Corpsepaint David Peak Word Horde April 2018 Reviewed by Gordon B. White Corpsepaint, the first novel from author David Peak, hits readers like a frigid blast from the howling darkness. From deep in the veins of Lord Leviathan, Corpsepaint is a frostbite wound of...

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Cyborg – Blu-ray Review

Cyborg – Blu-ray Review

Cyborg 1989 Director: Albert Pyun Stars: Jean-Claude Van Damme, Deborah Richter, Vincent Klyn By Brian M. Sammons Both written (using a pen name) and directed by Albert Pyun, who gave us some great B-grade action flicks from the 80s and 90s (and who is still at it...

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Gilchrist – Book Review

Gilchrist – Book Review

Gilchrist Christian Galacar March 2, 2018 Reviewed by A. Renee Hunt This story strikes close to home, thanks to the main character being a struggling author. Peter Martell needs a break. A break and a good story and a cure for his failing marriage. He’s depressed from...

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Crestwood Lake is a secluded town in northern Vermont, spawned from the
Salem Witch Trials. In a saga spanning four hundred years and two
continents, Satan and his coven of witches are determined to reclaim the
tortured community and establish a Hell on Earth.   markvogel.info