Reading the odds of how some horror and science fiction novels have of being made into feature films or television series got me to thinking of some I’d like to see make the leap… 157 more words
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Statisticians tell us that, in any group of people, roughly one-third of their members are secretly cloth-and-porcelain simulacra assembled from scraps by the Mad Puppeteer. Look to your left. 337 more words
I’m a big fan of Adam Nevill’s horror novels, so I eagerly awaited reading this new one ‘Under a Watchful Eye’.
This is psychological, claustrophobic horror at its best; Seb Logan the main character is a successful novelist living alone in a cliffside house in Devon, he’s had a chequered past which has left mental scars mainly due to an unstable flat mate called Ewan who in his past caused a lot of problems. 289 more words
Britain’s premier literary horror writer is at it again with ‘Under A Watchful Eye’ – a book that sees Nevill move back towards his fondness for the supernatural in a tale that is brooding, beautifully written and deeply unsettling. 391 more words