DLS Reviews celebrates three years of online reviewing...

May 23, 2017


Today DLS Reviews celebrates its three year anniversary.  That's three years of churning out in-depth reviews and dissecting a vast array of horror, sci-fi and dark fantasy.

A huge thank you goes out to everyone who's supported DLS Reviews over the last three years.  Honestly, without all of your continued support DLS Reviews would probably be dead by now.

Cheers y'all!
 

NEW REVIEW: Splatterpunk Zine - Issue 6 (2014)

May 21, 2017
As you can see, there’s plenty going on over at DLS Reviews at the moment.  Next up we have a full dissection of Jack Banty’s ‘Splatterpunk Zine – Issue 6’ (2014).  And my god is it one hell of an issue!  Brendan Vidito, Ryan Harding, James Newman, Bracken MacLeod, and Kit Power offer up a selection of hard-hitting and utterly uncompromising short stories.  And trust me, they’re all absolute beauties.

What an issue!


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NEW REVIEW: Duncan P. Bradshaw - Chump (2016)

May 21, 2017
Zombies zombies zombies.  British author Duncan P. Bradshaw frigging loves ‘em.  So it’s absolutely no surprise that the whacky zombie-nut has released a collection of zombie short stories entitled ‘Chump’ (2016).

DLS Reviews offers up a full story-by-story dissection of this undead feast (it’d be rude not to).  From the Wild West, to rage-infected superhumans in a Russian Sports Facility, to a Special Ops team working their way through the heart of London, to a deliveryman and a doo...
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NEW REVIEW: Chris Kelso - The Folger Variation & Other Lies (2016)

May 15, 2017
Sometimes you come across an author whose writing quite simply blows you away.  Chris Kelso’s one such author.  His prose is almost lyrical, his writing dripping with satirical wit and unrestrained imagination.  It’s as compelling as it is entertaining to read.

DLS Reviews gives his sci-fi crossed with Beat Generation novella ‘The Folger Variation & Other Lies’ (2016) a full dissection.  If you’ve enjoyed the works of William S Burroughs or Hubert Selby Jr, then this one’s for you....
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NEW REVIEW: G.X. Todd - Defender: The Voices #1 (2017)

May 11, 2017
After what feels like a sizeable hiatus (but is in fact only a matter of a couple of weeks or so), DLS Reviews is back with another in-depth dissection – this time for author Gemma X Todd’s debut novel ‘Defender’ (2017).

If you tend to enjoy a thick slab of hardboiled post-apocalyptic fiction with a healthy chunk of originality festering away within its boils, then the first instalment in this four-part series is almost certainly for you.


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NEW REVIEW: Garth Ennis Crossed Vol 10 - Badlands (2014)

April 21, 2017
Probably about time DLS Reviews threw down another Crossed review isn’t it?

Okay, so next up we have a full dissection of Garth Ennis’ ‘Crossed: Volume 10 – Badlands’ (2014).  Here we see the story taken all the way back to the very first hours of C-Day, and what we’re gradually led to believe, might well have been Patient Zero…


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NEW REVIEW: Terry Grimwood - Deadside Revolution (2016)

April 5, 2017
There’s a hell of a lot of Zombie Apocalypse fiction out there.  More often than not the tales are just another rehash of the same old tired plot.  However, every now and again a zombie title comes out that completely breaks the mould.  British author Terry Grimwood’s novel ‘Deadside Revolution’ (2016) is one such novel.

Here we see religion, politics and class war jostling for position in a dystopian tale where the Dead rule over our once great cities and the Living are either farmed ...
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NEW REVIEW: Splatterpunk Zine - Issue 5 (2014)

April 3, 2017
DLS Reviews continues to make their way through the back issues of Jack Bantry’s superb ‘Splatterpunk Zine’ with issue five getting a full dissection.  And it’s one of the best issues yet, with Adam Cesare’s short story – a love letter to VHS video nasties – receiving a rare perfect score of DLS Skulls.  An absolute must have issue…


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NEW REVIEW: Splatterpunk Zine - Issue 4 (2013)

March 25, 2017
With issue eight of Jack Bantry’s highly revered ‘Splatterpunk Zine’ due out any time now, it really was about time that DLS Reviews caught up with the dissections of each issue.  So without further ado, DLS Reviews offers up a full blood-drenched dissection of ‘Splatterpunk Zine – Issue 4’ (2013)…


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NEW REVIEW: Richard Ayre - A Hatful Of Shadows (2016)

March 15, 2017
British author Richard Ayre may not be a household name in the world of horror fiction quite yet, but with novels such as the pulpish bloodbath ‘Minstrel’s Bargain’ (2015) and sci-fi horror ‘Point Of Contact’ (2016) already under his belt, he’s definitely heading in the right direction.

As we eagerly await the sequel to ‘Minstrel’s Bargain’ (2015), Ayre keeps the bed warm with the publication of a short story collection entitled ‘A Hatful Of Shadows’ (2016) which offers u...
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