[Review] – Midnight In The Graveyard

By Elle Turpitt Coming October 1st 2019, through Silver Shamrock Publishing. Midnight in the Graveyard is an anthology packed full of ghost stories: ghosts seeking closure, revenge, or just company. Each of these stories is guaranteed to send a chill down your spine. The anthology contains some names familiar to any fan of horror. Authors whoContinue reading “[Review] – Midnight In The Graveyard”

[Double-Feature – Interview] – Stephanie M. Wytovich

By Patrick R. McDonough Dead Head Reviews (DHR): Stephanie, thank you so much for giving us your time. I just finished The Apocalyptic Mannequin (I loved it!). Where were your poems when I was younger? I read poetry growing up, but if I found your work as a kid, it would have planted a bug in meContinue reading “[Double-Feature – Interview] – Stephanie M. Wytovich”

[Double-Feature – Review] – The Apocalyptic Mannequin

By Patrick R. McDonough The Author Stephanie M. Wytovich is the Poetry Editor for Raw Dog Screaming Press, an adjunct at Western Connecticut State University, Southern New Hampshire University, and Point Park University, and a mentor with Crystal Lake Publishing. She is a member of the Science Fiction Poetry Association, an active member of theContinue reading “[Double-Feature – Review] – The Apocalyptic Mannequin”

[Review] – Calling Darkness Podcast

By Elle Turpitt Take six women, make them read what they believe to be ‘Danish’ poetry (psst, it’s actually a demon summoning spell), and trap them in a big, remote house, and you have the brilliant, hilarious, yet sometimes very creepy, Calling Darkness. The podcast, written by S.H. Cooper and Gemma Amor, features a fantasticContinue reading “[Review] – Calling Darkness Podcast”

[Review] – Black Rainbow by Scott Savino

By Elle Turpitt I love a good anthology. I love when themed anthologies span genres, and when genre anthologies span themes. They’re an absolutely fantastic way to discover new favourite authors, and to explore a wide range of fiction.  On all those levels, Black Rainbow does not disappoint. Black Rainbow is an LGBTQIA anthology, writtenContinue reading “[Review] – Black Rainbow by Scott Savino”

[Interview] – Mother Horror

By Patrick R. McDonough Dead Head Reviews (DHR): Thank you so much for letting us interview you! Dead Head Reviews loves what you’re doing for the indie horror community. What do you think about the current state of the community and where do you see its future? Mother Horror (MH): Absolutely. My pleasure. Thank youContinue reading “[Interview] – Mother Horror”

[REVIEW] Devouring Dark – by Alan Baxter

DEVOURING DARK by Alan Baxter When I went to read Alan Baxter for the first time, I ended up choosing Devouring Darkbecause its premise reminded me of a comic series I enjoyed when I was growing up: The Darkness. You have your anti-hero with a shadow-like power surging inside him that can be unleashed in horrific ways.Continue reading “[REVIEW] Devouring Dark – by Alan Baxter”

[Review] – The Town That Feared Dusk – Calvin Demmer

This short story is part of the Short Sharp Shocks collection, and it really delivers on that. After the death of her colleague, Sylvia needs a story to boost her career. She finds information on a ‘Suicide Bridge’, but the investigation drags her deeper than she ever expected to go. This is one of thoseContinue reading “[Review] – The Town That Feared Dusk – Calvin Demmer”

[Review] Grind Your Bones To Dust – Nicholas Day

Dangerous, deadly creatures emerge from the night, leaving nothing but slaughter in their wake. But monstrous beasts aren’t the only evil haunting these pages. Enter a preacher and raven, determined to cause as much destruction as the flesh-eating donkeys in the desert. It’s rare I would describe horror as beautiful but damn, is this bookContinue reading “[Review] Grind Your Bones To Dust – Nicholas Day”

[Review] Ink Heist Podcast

By Patrick R. McDonough ​Do you like horror? Or laughter? Perhaps you’re looking for a place to discover new authors of dark fiction. Ink Heist – A Podcast for Readers of Dark Fiction is your answer. First a quick ink Heist history lesson. Created on April 14th 2018, the ‘zine focused primarily on speculative fiction and films of all types. Heavily favored genresContinue reading “[Review] Ink Heist Podcast”