NEW REVIEW: Matt Shaw - Fisting Rex (2016)

July 13, 2018
Dinosaur Erotica.  I kid you not, this is a real thing!  Matt Shaw stumbled across it, whilst researching books for his podcast apparently, and subsequently penned one of his own.  Why not eh?!

So I present to you Matt Shaw's 'Fisting Rex' (2016).  Of course, said cultural masterpiece deserves reviewing.  Ergo, one in-depth review of one of the weirdest pieces of smut I’ve ever encountered… 

 

NEW REVIEW: Matt Shaw - Eleven (2018)

July 12, 2018
Another delightful little read I’ve had recently is Matt Shaw’s new controversial comic ‘Eleven’ (2018).  If you’ve not already got yourself a copy, then I believe you’re too late.  They’re sold out.

If you’re not already familiar with the short story which was included within The Sinister Horror Company’s charity anthology ‘The Black Room Manuscripts: Volume Two’ (2016), then be warned, this is a tough read.  It’s pretty much Matt Shaw’s take on David Slade’s ‘Ha...

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NEW REVIEW: Garth Ennis - Preacher: Vols 1-4

July 12, 2018

Due to a recent illness (I slipped a disc in my back) I’ve been doing a fair amount of reading and drafting up reviews of late, but I’ve been unable to get myself in front of the PC for any reasonable length of time in order to upload the reviews with the cover art etc.

However, over the last few weeks or so I’ve managed to get this backlog of ‘sick bed’ reviews uploaded.

To be honest, I’ve been meaning to read Garth Ennis’ ‘Preacher’ graphic novels for a while now.  They’ve...

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NEW REVIEW: Phil Sloman - Broken On The Inside (2018)

June 20, 2018
Next up on DLS Reviews we have a story-by-story dissection of British horror author Phil Sloman’s latest publication – the short story collection ‘Broken On The Inside’ (2018).  The book contains five equally cold and cutting stories that circle the plughole of crumbling sanity.  Superb stuff…


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NEW REVIEW: Nick Clark Windo - The Feed (2018)

June 15, 2018
Next up on DLS Reviews we have a full dissection of British author Nick Clark Windo's debut novel 'The Feed' (2018).  Think bleak as hell dystopian fiction akin to George Orwell meets David Moody...


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NEW REVIEW: Christopher Golden & Tim Lebbon 'Blood Of The Four' (2018)

May 29, 2018
Next up on DLS Reviews we have a full in-depth review of Christopher Golden and Tim Lebbon’s standalone dark fantasy epic ‘Blood Of The Four’ (2018).  If you enjoy intricate, carefully plotted and thoroughly engrossing fantasy novels awash with hard-boiled interweaving storylines, then you really should pick up a copy.


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NEW REVIEW: Matt Shaw - Dribble (2018)

May 10, 2018
Next up on DLS Reviews, Matt Shaw’s novella ‘Dribble’ (2018) gets a full slice ‘n’ dice dissection.  It’s another story of extreme horror from one of the veritable masters of the subgenre.  But here, rather than blood-dripping violence and brutality, instead we’re subjected to a melee of truly nauseating and utterly vile scenes designed to churn your guts at the thought of it.

Not a pleasant read at all.  Textbook Matt Shaw…


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NEW REVIEW: Daniel March Chant - Mr Robespierre (2015)

May 6, 2018
British author Daniel Marc Chant writes with such elegance…such a wonderfully British charm.  In many respects his writing style is somewhat akin to James Herbert’s.  His novella ‘Mr Robespierre’ (2015) showcases this perfectly.  The story may not be bubbling over with originality, in fact, the plot is a classic poltergeist style story that’s probably been done in one form or another numerous times.  Nevertheless it’s with Chant’s wordsmanship where the real strength in the stor...

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NEW FEATURE: Matt Shaw - Monster (2017)

May 2, 2018
“The tension created in the film is so gut-churning, so painfully intense, it becomes nigh on impossible to take your eyes off the screen even for a second.  In fact, so much of the film is designed to make its audience feel uncomfortable, that it’s hard to actually ‘enjoy’ sitting there watching it.”

“In ‘Monster’ you should expect nothing short of an unrelenting gnawing away at your base senses.  This is a film designed to creep you out.  Its whole sadistic aim is to get unde...

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NEW REVIEW: Sinister Horror Company - The Offering (2017)

May 1, 2018
Whether you’re new to the publications by the Sinister Horror Company or not, I can’t recommended they’re collection ‘The Offering’ (2017) enough.  The collection contains nine short stories by J.R. Park and Daniel Marc Chant, many of which haven’t been published anywhere else.  However, it’s the sheer quality of the short stories that makes the collection such a solid purchase.  They’re all corkers without exception.  Furthermore they showcase the incredible diversity and ima...

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