Browsing Archive: August, 2016

NEW REVIEW: Scott Snyder & Stephen King - American Vampire: Vol 1 (2010)

Posted by Chris Hall on Tuesday, August 30, 2016, In : New Review 
Next up to be dissected on DLS Reviews we have Scott Snyder and Stephen King’s venture into the world of vicious bloodsucking vampires, in the form of the first graphic novel volume of ‘American Vampire: Volume 1’ (2010)…



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NEW REVIEW: Guy N Smith - Doomflight (1981)

Posted by Chris Hall on Saturday, August 27, 2016, In : New Review 
With just a week to go until the annual Guy N Smith convention is once again upon us (this being the 25th anniversary of the conventions as well) there’s really no better time to get stuck into another one of the great scribbler’s pulpy offerings.

Thinking of building a modern airport on an ancient Druid sacrificial site?  You might first want to head over to DLS Reviews to find out the potential consequences, where you’ll find a full dissection of Smith’s wonderfully bleak pulp horror...
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NEW REVIEW: Paul Tobin - Colder: Volume 1 (2013)

Posted by Chris Hall on Friday, August 26, 2016, In : New Review 
Next up on DLS Reviews we have the first volume in Paul Tobin and Juan Ferreyra’s horror comic series ‘Colder’ entitled ‘Colder: Volume 1’ (2013).  It’s weird and wacky horror with madness at its very core.  Insanity has never seemed so terrifying…



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NEW REVIEW: Gary McMahon - The Grieving Stones (2016)

Posted by Chris Hall on Saturday, August 20, 2016, In : New Review 
Every time Horrific Tales Publishing bring out a new book, you know it’s going to be of the very highest calibre.  These guys know what makes for good reading.  The very best in genre fiction.  The absolute crème de la crème of horror.

So it’s no surprise that their latest publication, the hardback novella ‘The Grieving Stones’ by British author Gary McMahon, is an absolute belter of a read.  Okay, so you’re not exactly going to come away from this smiling.  It’s dark and just th...
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NEW REVIEW: David Owain Hughes - Wind-Up Toy: Chaos Rising (2016)

Posted by Chris Hall on Thursday, August 18, 2016, In : New Review 
Next up on DLS Reviews we have British author David Owain Hughes’ latest offering – the next instalment in his ‘Wind-Up Toy’ series entitled ‘Wind-Up Toy: Chaos Rising’ (2016).  Expect the usual sort of lowbrow extreme horror filth that was dished out in the previous offerings.  Actually – if anything things have gotten that little bit nastier…



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NEW REVIEW: Steve Niles - Transfusion (2013)

Posted by Chris Hall on Tuesday, August 16, 2016, In : New Review 
Next up on DLS Reviews we have Steve Niles’ bleak post-apocalyptic graphic novel ‘Transfusion’ (2013), sporting haunting artwork by Menton3.  It’s vampires versus robots in a ravaged post-apocalyptic world where humans are on the verge of extinction.  That’s right…sci-fi horror that’s pretty much as bleak as it comes…



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NEW REVIEW: Guy N Smith - Cannibals (1986)

Posted by Chris Hall on Sunday, August 14, 2016, In : New Review 
With the annual Guy N Smith convention edging ever closer, I thought it fitting to get another one of the Godfather of Pulp’s titles dissected over at DLS Reviews.  And what better one to choose than the gore-drenched masterpiece that is ‘Cannibals’ (1986)…



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NEW REVIEW: Phil Sloman - Becoming David (2016)

Posted by Chris Hall on Wednesday, August 10, 2016, In : New Review 
Phil Sloman’s one of those authors who I really need to read more of.  His prose and overall writing style is so purposeful and incredibly compelling.  His ideas so driven.  His stories just that little bit sinister but often so damn thought-provoking.

His latest offering – the novella ‘Becoming David’ (2016) is no exception.  DLS Reviews gets the beast on the dissection table and has a thorough root around in its innards to see what’s lurking within.



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NEW REVIEW: D.J. Doyle - The Celtic Curse: Banshee (2015)

Posted by Chris Hall on Friday, August 5, 2016, In : New Review 
Next up on DLS Reviews is the debut offering from Irish author – Denise Doyle (aka D.J. Doyle).  Entitled ‘The Celtic Curse: Banshee’ (2015), the tale forms the first part in a proposed supernatural horror trilogy that’s steeped in Irish mythology.



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