[Movie Review] – Daniel Isn’t Real

“Daniel Isn’t Real” (2019)Directed by Adam Egypt MortimerNot Rated; Mature Audiences SuggestedRuntime 96 Minutes Where to watch: Now streaming on Shudder.com Trigger warnings: domestic abuse, extreme gun violence, divorce, depression, anxiety, body horror, divorce, medication abuse/overdose, mental illness, body horror, toxic masculinity, relationship abuse, sexual abuse, hallucinations Epilepsy/Photosensitivity Warning for flashing lights and imagery. IfContinue reading “[Movie Review] – Daniel Isn’t Real”

[Movie Review] – “Downrange”

“Downrange” (2017)90 min runtimeDirected by Ryhuei KitamuraRating: NR (suggested audience R or M, hard rating) Trigger warnings: Gun Violence, Extreme gore/blood, Pregnancy, Loss of a child, car accident, death. As far as thrillers go, Downrange is a lean, mean, killing machine. It’s hard to really break down any storyline or plot in this movie beyondContinue reading “[Movie Review] – “Downrange””

[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”

[DeadHeadRooViews] – Welcome to DeadHeadROOViews Week!

FOR THE FIRST SEVEN DAYS OF MARCH 2020,WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THE “DEADHEADROOVIEWS” SPECIAL FEATURE WEEK LONG CELEBRATION OF“THE ROO” BY ALAN BAXTER! “This all started with a ridiculous situation on Twitter. There was a news article going around with the headline: ‘Australian Town Terrorised By Muscular Kangaroo Attacking People And Eating Gardens’. You’llContinue reading “[DeadHeadRooViews] – Welcome to DeadHeadROOViews Week!”

[Women In Horror Month] – Women Writing Horror: The Importance of Female Representation in My Favorite Genre

Women Writing Horror: The Importance of Female Representation in My Favorite Genre As a little girl growing up with a love of all things horror, I got a lot of funny looks from people – family and friends included. I was the only bookworm in my family, and the only person interested in the thingsContinue reading “[Women In Horror Month] – Women Writing Horror: The Importance of Female Representation in My Favorite Genre”

[Women In Horror Month] – Interview with Gemma Amor . Part II

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[Women In Horror Month] – The Women of Horror Are Coming For You. Are You Ready?

Welcome to Women in Horror month. As a woman in horror, I am excited to be able to participate in this Dead Head Reviews project highlighting us. But, I am not going to use this space to promote myself, rather I want to inform you of the onslaught of female horror writers who are liningContinue reading “[Women In Horror Month] – The Women of Horror Are Coming For You. Are You Ready?”

[Review] – Mr. Deadman Made Me Do It – Chris Baker

Who doesn’t love a good anthology? And, friends and fiends, this is a good anthology. This delightfully gory collection centres around the figure of Mr Deadman, each short story featuring the strange character in one way or another. They all feel different, with characters from different walks of life, all with their own version ofContinue reading “[Review] – Mr. Deadman Made Me Do It – Chris Baker”

[REVIEW] The Crow’s Gift (And Other Tales)- by Sonora Taylor

I have found these short collections to be very useful in finding new favorite authors in the indie community. If it only takes you a couple hours to check out a release, you’re more likely to give a new writer a chance you wouldn’t give if they only had long novels available for introduction. AsContinue reading “[REVIEW] The Crow’s Gift (And Other Tales)- by Sonora Taylor”

[Review] The Bone Collector – By Jeffrey Deaver

I stumbled across The Bone Collector a few years ago and was blown away by the dynamics in the book. Reading it again this year solidifies it as a timeless story. One thing I love about this book is the fact that although we are plunged into this fast-paced battle of wits between Lincoln RhymeContinue reading “[Review] The Bone Collector – By Jeffrey Deaver”