Over the past few years Jennifer McMahon has solidly cemented herself as one of the best authors in horror. She has a knack for beautifully crafting supernatural tales which will keep any reader… Continue reading
Most of us at some point have been exposed to the thought-provoking classic Lord of the Flies by William Golding. Acclaimed horror author, Nick Cutter, must have read it and thought it needed… Continue reading
The Moth Diaries by Rachel Klein (2005) I’m a sucker for creepy tales set in boarding schools and this one did not disappoint. A young woman starts to think that there may be… Continue reading
Five years ago, Ben experienced the horror of losing his three-year-old brother in the local grocery store. One second the child was there and an instant later he is gone, leaving Ben with… Continue reading
Have you ever been watching an old movie and the characters onscreen do or say something that makes you jump back and go “I didn’t think they were allowed to do that back… Continue reading
I may be speaking as a childless adult, but children are strange and often do things that have no explanation. And in the novel Baby Teeth by Zoje Stage, those strange mannerisms young… Continue reading
Russell T Davies returns to Doctor Who, resurrecting his resurrection for a new novelisation.
Acclaimed horror writer Ramsey Campbell’s novel, The Grin of the Dark, represents a host of missed opportunities. When he cranks up the creep factor this book is chilling and unnerving with the imagery… Continue reading