Are You Afraid of the Dark? Here’s Why

by Courtney Vice Horror novels: either you love ‘em or you hate ‘em. There’s something personal about our fears; in a way, its exposing our vulnerabilities out for everyone to see, which isn’t the most pleasurable experience for everyone. Some people might just not like the unrealistic aspect of horror novels. After all, there’s no... Continue Reading →

Review – Defiled Earth – Tom GH Adams

I was practically drooling when Pete handed me (via email) a book of short horror stories. I am a complete sucker for the things. I remember taking road trips with my family and sneakily reading my brother’s copy of Stephen King’s Skeleton Crew when my mom wasn’t looking (I wasn’t allowed to read scary stories... Continue Reading →

Bram Stoker Awards Final Ballot Announced

Next up to announce their shortlist are the Horror Writers Association with their list of nominees for the prestigious Bram Stoker Awards. The premier awards for a Horror writer, past winners include none other than Zealot Script favourite Neil Gaiman, the mastermind behind A Song of Ice and Fire George RR Martin and Harry Potter... Continue Reading →

Review – Breadwinner – Stevie Kopas

Breadwinner is a story about zombies and people that are trying to not be killed by zombies. It is the first installment of the Breadwinner saga by Stevie Kopas. The story begins with an abrupt zombie outbreak somewhere in Northwest Florida. Veronica, a high school track star, and a handful of other survivors set about... Continue Reading →

Review – Sorrow’s Heart – GS Scott

GS Scott warned me before reading this novella that the themes were dark, and he wasn't lying. Torture, rape and imprisonment all feature in this dark fantasy that pulls no punches when in comes to content. It was an interesting introduction to what the author clearly wants to be an ongoing series. Telling the story of... Continue Reading →

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