Review: A Congregation of Jackals by S. Craig Zahler

  Revenge and love are perhaps two of the most significant (or overused) concepts employed by the bard, Shakespeare. One of pop culture’s most prominent directors, Quentin Tarrantino, uses revenge as a motivation for many of the characters he has brought to live in his films. How does an artist craft a compelling revenge tale? … More Review: A Congregation of Jackals by S. Craig Zahler

Review: Mother by Philip Fracassi

CLICK HERE TO BUY FROM AMAZON Relationships, and especially marriage, take their toll on the psyche. Phillip Fracassi’s novellete, Mother, examines the gradual breakdown of a marriage from the perspective of a rather unlikable, but very realistic, protagonist: Howard. The ride through terror is excellently foreshadowed from the first line: “I know Julie loved me … More Review: Mother by Philip Fracassi

Review: Horror Film Poems by Christoph Paul and Joel Amut Guell

CLICK HERE TO BUY ON AMAZON For fans of classic and iconic horror films, there is a sort of essence, or maybe a prominent image, that figures heavily into a personal connection with those films. In this collection of poems inspired by classic horror concepts, you will find a companion piece that neatly complements any … More Review: Horror Film Poems by Christoph Paul and Joel Amut Guell