Posts Tagged ‘3 Stars’

Book Review – R/T/M by Sean Douglas

Review by Frank Errington: R/T/M stands for Rape/Torture/Murder and it’s all there and much of it is horribly disgusting. I ask myself, “Why would you even choose to read something so morally reprehensible?” The fact that I even have such conversations with myself may answer that question. It all started when writer Kit Power gave [...]

Book Review – Stuck On You by Jasper Bark

Review by Angela C.: From the description: Warning! Do not buy this book, gentle reader. No really, we mean it. Move along, click away from this page and go look at some Dino porn instead. We’re not kidding. The only reason we published it is because award winning author Jasper Bark has got some serious [...]

Book Review – Plague Zone by David Wellington

Plague Zone is the first review by new reviewer Erika Mozqueda Najera. To read the full review and see what she thought of this novel, follow the LINK

Comic Review – Constantine 1-3

Constantine has long been a favorite comic character of mine. Many of you may hear the name and think of Keanu Reeves, and while that wasn’t a”great” movie, it was great because it was a movie of Constantine. Check out the review of the first comic arc HERE

Book Review – The Asylum Tales: Angel’s Ink by Jocelynn Drake

Sometimes you don’t know exactly what you are going to get with a book until you get knee deep in it. That was certainly the case for me with Angel’s Ink. I have to admit I wanted to read it based on the cover and title. The main character is a tattoo artist who mixes [...]

Movie Review – Melancholia

A bride’s lavish wedding descends into chaos as a new planet called Melancholia is getting dangerously close to Earth. Directed by Lars Von Trier, Melancholia asks us what would we do if life as we know it is about to end.

Book Review – Vampire Hunter D by Hideyuki Kikuchi

I’ve recently read Vampire Hunter D by Hideyuki Kikuchi. For anyone not familiar with the title, Vampire Hunter D is considered a classic in Japan and was adapted into an anime a few years after it was published; the anime too has become a classic, but we’re not here to discuss that. Vampire D is [...]

Book Review – Last Stand in a Dead Land by Eric S. Brown

This book begins as you may imagine any zombie book beginning. A young man, Jacob,  is trapped in his office building and offers the readers the details he can give. Co-workers that were once living, breathing people, were now trying to kill him. He barricades himself in the breakroom while describing what he hears or [...]

Book Review – Eyes To See by Joseph Nassise

Jeremiah Hunt is a blind man on a  mission. His daughter disappeared 5 years ago and he wants to know desperately what happened to her. He has sacrificed his marriage, his eyes and in a way his own life to find out the truth. Anyone with kids can easily relate to the starting premise (although [...]

Movie Review – Tucker and Dale vs Evil

Tucker & Dale vs Evil is a 2010 Canadian comedy horror film written and directed by Eli Craig. The film stars Alan Tudyk, Tyler Labine and Katrina Bowden.  Wow, so how do I tell you about this film. It’s an incredible twist on the “hillbilly” horror; completely opposite of films like Wrong Turn and The [...]