[Artist Spotlight Feature] – The Art of Cassie Daley

Here at Dead Head Reviews believe in supporting diversity within the Horror Community. Diversity not only refers to shining a spotlight on marginalized community members, such as Women In Horror Month, but also in regards to the type of content we bring you. You’ve come to know us for our book reviews, movie reviews, interviews, andContinue reading “[Artist Spotlight Feature] – The Art of Cassie Daley”

[Women In Horror Month] – Jett

It was summer that year when he asked me to do it. Sprawled out in our bed naked, clammy and our hearts racing, we stared at the ceiling. The thought of buying our house two years ago crossed my mind. A distant dream that we chased until we got up against its heels, gripping itContinue reading “[Women In Horror Month] – Jett”

[Women In Horror Month] – Discussion of Julie C. Day’s The Rampant

The apocalypse isn’t an event, it’s a process. And the only thing worse than the end of all things is the misery leading up to it. We should know, right? It turns out, the Sumerians had it right all along, and their particular brand of Armageddon has blanketed Gillian and Mel’s world with grief andContinue reading “[Women In Horror Month] – Discussion of Julie C. Day’s The Rampant”

[Women In Horror Month] – Brutal Mother

My love for horror began very early. I remember being in Kindergarten and sitting on the floor in a circle with my classmates. The teacher asked us to share with the class our favorite movie and there were rounds of various Disney offerings and children’s comedies, but when it came my turn to answer theContinue reading “[Women In Horror Month] – Brutal Mother”

[Women In Horror Month] – More Women Authors You May Have Missed

Yes, it has occurred to me that every other WIHM article on Dead Head Reviews has been written by a woman.  (Dammit Patrick…You told me I could do this…) So, hopefully you have read all of the other articles this month.  Those are all poignant, heartfelt, and brilliantly written articles, told from unique viewpoints.  *sigh*Continue reading “[Women In Horror Month] – More Women Authors You May Have Missed”

[Women In Horror Month] – Under Her Black Wings Review

Maybe as part of your plans for 2020 you want to try and read more widely. That could mean leaving your preferred genre every so often or trying to read a more diverse array of authors. One sentiment I see relatively often is that readers want to try and immerse themselves in horror fiction by moreContinue reading “[Women In Horror Month] – Under Her Black Wings Review”

[Women In Horror Month] – Interview with Hailey Piper

Hailey Piper is the author of The Possession of Natalie Glasgow, An Invitation to Darkness, and Benny Rose, The Cannibal King. Her debut novel, The Verses of Aeg, is due out later this year through Bronzeville Books. She lives in New York, writes horror, and dark fantasy, and is a genuine pleasure to speak with. Brennan LaFaroContinue reading “[Women In Horror Month] – Interview with Hailey Piper”

[Women In Horror Month] – Benny Rose

Unnerving Press has some big plans for 2020. They are releasing 20 books under the banner Rewind or Die, designed to capture the aesthetic of 80’s and 90’s VHS horror. Books in this series will be released throughout the year, and one of the first three releases is Benny Rose, The Cannibal King, by Hailey Piper. Continue reading “[Women In Horror Month] – Benny Rose”

[Women In Horror Month] – Interview with Em Dehaney

Lydian Faust (LF): How did Burdizzo Books get started? Em Dehaney (ED): Back in early 2016 I saw an open call for a Christmas themed anthology from a writer called Matthew Cash. I had come across his work and subbed to an anthology of his before (with no success!), but we didn’t know each other.Continue reading “[Women In Horror Month] – Interview with Em Dehaney”

[Women In Horror Month] – Diversity and Women in Horror Month

Being part of a mostly marginalized group has its moments of extreme suck. You can take pride in being part of that group and still speak out about the suck. It doesn’t mean you don’t want to be part of the group (I like my tits, thank you very much) but that you want peopleContinue reading “[Women In Horror Month] – Diversity and Women in Horror Month”