[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] – Interview with Gemma Amor . Part II

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[Women In Horror Month] – Women of Cosmic Horror

When asked my thoughts about women writing horror, I have often said that women are well-suited for the genre. Horror is an intense and primal emotion, and I believe women are taught to access and understand emotions, their complexities, their sources, and their impact from an early age. We are taught that violence is aContinue reading “[Women In Horror Month] – Women of Cosmic Horror”

[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”

[In Depth Interview] – Kit Power

Dead Head Reviews (DHR): Kit, you’ve dipped your toe in a lot of areas within the horror community. For those that aren’t familiar with you and your work, would you care to share how you got started in the horror community? Kit Power (KP): Man, it’s so funny you would ask me that; I justContinue reading “[In Depth Interview] – Kit Power”

[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”

[Review] – Sing Your Sadness Deep

By Laura Mauro Sing Your Sadness Deep is a haunting collection of short stories exploring loneliness, isolation, and human connection. The thirteen tales in this dark fiction compilation tiptoe on the edge of horror and a few have a touch of magical realism. Mauro’s flexible writing style and strong technique both require the reader to examine theContinue reading “[Review] – Sing Your Sadness Deep”

[Review] – Piece of Me

By Steve Stred Frostbitten: 12 Hymns of Misery was the third or fourth book I read by Steve Stred in 2019. It was also my first time entering the world you’ll find in Piece of Me, thanks to the story, “For Balder Walks.” It was bleak, enigmatically magical, and frigid – I literally got chillsContinue reading “[Review] – Piece of Me”

[Review] – Screamscapes: Tales of Terror

By Evans Light This is a great collection of stories. Some authors just speak to you. There are a lot of great authors out there, but sometimes you (the reader) and the writer just click. I am starting to feel that with Evans Light’s writing. I can’t really explain it, but the pages of hisContinue reading “[Review] – Screamscapes: Tales of Terror”

[Reviews] – Dig Two Graves Vol. II

By Death’s Head Press I’ve recently reviewed Volume 1 of this anthology series, and I’ve already said what I wanted to say about anthologies in general. So, I will make this short. As with any anthology, there are highlights and lowlights. These were the highlights: “Catalog” by Wesley Southard – This is the first story in this anthology, andContinue reading “[Reviews] – Dig Two Graves Vol. II”