Browsing Archive: July, 2016

NEW REVIEW: The Black Room Manuscripts Volume Two (2016)

Posted by Chris Hall on Tuesday, July 26, 2016, In : New Review 
At the beginning of the month the guys over at The Sinister Horror Company released their second charity horror anthology – ‘The Black Room Manuscripts: Volume Two’ (2016).  Like with their first volume, this second collection included a vast array of horror shorts, showcasing the talents of some of the most exciting up-and-coming names in the genre, as well as some of the well-established names and veterans in the scene.

DLS Reviews has gone over the anthology, providing a story-by-stor...

Continue reading ...
 

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

Posted by Chris Hall on Friday, July 15, 2016, In : New Review 
Duncan P. Bradshaw is a machine.  Surely he can’t be anything but!  He churns out well-crafted and fantastically imaginative novels so prolifically that it’s nigh-on-impossible to keep up with the strange out-of-control locomotive that is his literary output.

DLS Reviews has once again clambered aboard the speeding Bradshaw Express to see what weird and wonderful delights he has in store for us this time.

Entitled ‘Hexagram’ (2016) Bradshaw’s latest offering (due out 25th July 2016) i...
Continue reading ...
 

NEW REVIEW: Ezekiel Boone - The Hatching (2016)

Posted by Chris Hall on Saturday, July 9, 2016, In : New Review 
With TV rights already sold to Lionsgate and Joel Silver (the producer of The Matrix, Die Hard and the Leathal Weapon franchise), along with a whole host of foreign edition rights having been agreed upon; US author Ezekiel Boone’s debut novel ‘The Hatching’ (2016) is pretty much the perfect example of hitting the ground running.

Billed as “The most terrifying thriller you’ll read this year” I’d be much more inclined to call it what it is – a truly unnerving arachnoid horror on ...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Tags

Make a free website with Yola