[Devil’s Creek Week] – The Allure of Cults

Cults – both fictional and real – have proved endlessly fascinating. The exploration of them in horror seems to be a trend right now, and I am completely and utterly here for it. This week on Dead Head Reviews, we’re celebrating the release of Todd Keisling’s Devil’s Creek, a book which explores a different side to cultsContinue reading “[Devil’s Creek Week] – The Allure of Cults”

[Devil’s Creek Week] – Aiden’s Review

Devil’s CreekBy Todd KeislingBook Release: June 16, 2020 Give us that old-time religion. Oddly enough, I have never read cult horror before; at least, nothing of which comes to mind. It’s always been a genre that terrified me. I remember trying to watch a movie about it once, but I turned it off in itsContinue reading “[Devil’s Creek Week] – Aiden’s Review”

[Devil’s Creek Week] – Well Read Beard’s Review

Devil’s CreekBy Todd KeislingBook Release Date: June 16th 2020 Backwoods Cult Horror With Deep, Ancient Cosmic Themes. The locale pulled me in. It bumped this book to the top of the TBR. The book takes place in Daniel Boone National Forest region of Southeastern Kentucky. Very close to the scenic Cumberland Falls and Eagle fallsContinue reading “[Devil’s Creek Week] – Well Read Beard’s Review”

[Announcement] – Last Call for Pride in Horror Month Art and Writing Submissions

CALL FOR CONTENT FOR UPCOMING“PRIDE IN HORROR MONTH” FEATURE: Today is deadline for accepting submissions on any LGBTQ related content pertaining to Horror, Dark Sci-fi, and Dark Fantasy. We are looking for articles, essays, reviews of books/media with queer themes or queer rep, and creative writing with queer rep or by LGBTQ+ authors. Essays andContinue reading “[Announcement] – Last Call for Pride in Horror Month Art and Writing Submissions”

[Listicle] – 10 Read Aloud Recommendations for Introducing Young Kids to Horror, Supernatural, and Scary Stories

Little Blue Truck HalloweenBy Alice Schertle Illustrated by Jill McElmurry Tiny tots will love this introduction to Halloween stories featuring their favourite board book buddy, Little blue truck!   If your child is already in love with Little Blue Truck (a super fun baby/toddler friendly board book for story time with colourful and lively illustrations)Continue reading “[Listicle] – 10 Read Aloud Recommendations for Introducing Young Kids to Horror, Supernatural, and Scary Stories”

[Review] – Ketchup On Everything

By Nathan Robinson This novella came to me as a random recommendation spotted on Goodreads (and by “random recommendation,” I mean I read a positive review in my timeline and decided to look up the title). You see, I’m a lot more likely to tackle something new and out of the blue if it’s easilyContinue reading “[Review] – Ketchup On Everything”

[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] – The Goblets Immortal

By Beth Overmyer It has been many years since I’ve read anything in the fantasy genre, save The Hobbit. Seeing as I’ve made a promise this year to continue expanding what I read, I thought I would give The Goblets Immortal a chance at reeling me back into the land of mystical creatures and wizards.Continue reading “[Women In Horror Month] – The Goblets Immortal”

[Review] – Luciferin

Grindhouse Press strikes again!  Lets start.  Full disclosure:  I have no idea of how to review this book, but Grindhouse Press has been really good to us here at Dead Head Reviews, so I will try. Have you guys seen that film, The Invitation?  (If not, you should)  Well, do you remember how for atContinue reading “[Review] – Luciferin”

[Review] – Yuri

By Steve Stred During a long, hard winter, Yuri’s father dies, leaving him alone on the family farm without any remaining livestock. Unable to grow crops or tend the farm, Yuri packs up and finds work in a mine belonging to the mysterious Mr. Petrov. Yuri enjoys his work and is completely provided for, butContinue reading “[Review] – Yuri”