Review: Author plunges into buried history of a classic movie monster

By PJ Graham Seeing the book The Lady from the Black Lagoon promoted last year, I immediately knew I wanted to read it. I’ve adored creepy stories since childhood, and the Universal horror monsters were always favorites. While the book is much different than I expected, I would still recommend it for horror lovers –... Continue Reading →

Review: Hole in the World ‘weird’ prequel that delivers action, gore

Note: A Hole in the World by Brian Keene was provided as part of the Early Reviewers program on LibraryThing. One airport shuttle bus driver and 18 passengers head out into a snowstorm and are swept up by a vortex that crash lands them in a jungle complete with dinosaurs and deadly plants. That’s the... Continue Reading →

8 Books and Movies to Start Your Howl-oween

Note: This is the first in several posts where Spellhawks Crew members recommend frightening reads or views for a specific horror subgenre. So grab some candied apples, sit back, and discover (or remember) some awesome Halloween entertainment! If magically (or painfully) transforming into a different creature wasn’t cool enough, werewolves also have the magic of... Continue Reading →

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