[Double-Feature – Bonus Interview] – Liam “Pais” Hill

By Patrick R. McDonough Dead Head Reviews (DHR): How did you get involved with The Old One And The Sea? Liam “Pais” Hill (LPH): Lex, the author, got in contact with me and asked me if I wanted to be involved. I did, but rules dictate that if I’m going to work with someone thenContinue reading “[Double-Feature – Bonus Interview] – Liam “Pais” Hill”

[Double-Feature – Interview] – Lex H Jones

Dead Head Reviews (DHR): Lex, thanks for giving us your time. When Ginger Nuts of Horror revealed the cover for The Old One And The Sea, I was instantly interested. Let’s start off with an easy question. Are you a fan of Lovecraft? Lex H Jones (LHJ):  Very much so. In fact I think I was a fan of hisContinue reading “[Double-Feature – Interview] – Lex H Jones”

[Double-Feature – Review] – The Old One And The Sea

By Patrick R. McDonough This book made me feel like a child, and I mean that exclusively in every complimentary way imaginable. Let’s start with the idea of the book itself. It’s about a young Howard Phillips Lovecraft as a child. It’s before he was a writer. And like the author’s (Lex H Jones) introductionContinue reading “[Double-Feature – Review] – The Old One And The Sea”

[Review] – Carnivorous Lunar Activities

By Jason Cavallaro My name is Jason Cavallaro (parents didn’t give me a middle name…so lazy) and this is my first review for Dead Head Reviews.  Before we begin, allow me to explain a few things about my reviews.  Firstly, my reviews are very short.  This is by design.  When I’m reading someone else’s review,Continue reading “[Review] – Carnivorous Lunar Activities”

[Double-Feature – Interview] – Stephanie Evelyn

By Brennan LeFaro Stephanie Evelyn published her debut novel, The Cult Called Freedom House, Sophia Rey Book One, on November 17th 2019.  Brennan LeFaro (BL): Stephanie, as a brand new author on the horror scene, tell us a little bit about yourself. Stephanie Evelyn (SE): I was born and raised in San Jose, CA butContinue reading “[Double-Feature – Interview] – Stephanie Evelyn”

[Double-Feature – Review] – The Cult Called Freedom House

By Brennan LeFaro Readers, prepare yourselves, for The Cult Called Freedom House is now upon us. Stephanie Evelyn has unleashed her debut novel upon the world, and so long as you think you can take it, you don’t want to miss it.  Evelyn introduces us to Officer Sophia Rey, our protagonist who comes with aContinue reading “[Double-Feature – Review] – The Cult Called Freedom House”

[Review] – A World of Horror

By Elle Turpitt The premise of this book is absolutely fantastic – to seek out as many different stories from as many different countries as possible. And though there are a couple of stories from countries very familiar to Western horror readers, more come from places likely unfamiliar to English speakers. Inside this anthology, readersContinue reading “[Review] – A World of Horror”

[Review] – The Pale White

By Brennan LeFaro Oh dear me, I’ve made a terrible mistake.  I’ve heard such wonderful things about Chad Lutzke since stumbling upon the indie horror community, and I’m just now reading my first book by him.  To be fair, I’ve read and enjoyed the short fiction contained within Night as a Catalyst, as well asContinue reading “[Review] – The Pale White”

[Review] – Greenlight

By Patrick R. McDonough The Synopsis Jack Archer (Chase Williamson – John Dies at the End, Victor Crowley) is a filmmaker that dreams of shooting a full-length picture. But in order for him to do that, he either needs money to produce one, or get someone to back the feature for him. Only, nobody wants toContinue reading “[Review] – Greenlight”

[Interview] – Ink Heist Pt. II

By Patrick R. McDonough Dead Head Reviews (DHR): Welcome back, folks! This is part two of our conversation with the boys from Ink Heist. For those who didn’t read Part I yesterday, I strongly recommend “unfucking” that . Let’s get a little competitive for this question, boys. If you two are on a Horror QuizContinue reading “[Interview] – Ink Heist Pt. II”