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Garden of Fiends: Tales of Addiction Horror review, Mark Matthews, Jack Ketchum, John FD Taff, Kealan Patrick Burke...

Written by Paula Limbaugh

Anyone who has ever had an addiction knows you’re an addict for life. The horrors of addiction are all too real, it never leaves you. 313 more words

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Digging into the Garden of Fiends

You may know Mark Matthews best from his Milk-Blood books–a dark and brooding, heroin-laden nightmare of a world where heroin and it’s victims are the monsters who do the unspeakable.   690 more words

Interviews

Joyride by Jack Ketchum

Joyride seemed to be on a different level than our previous novels and films. When I say “next level” I don’t mean to insinuate that was a more challenging read, but that the psychological thriller aspect was more intricate than we’d been used to. 685 more words

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Joyride by Jack Ketchum

First, I must express to the world that I cannot see this author’s name without thinking of Ash Ketchum from Pokémon.

Now, on to the actual novel. 514 more words

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Book review: Garden of Fiends - Tales of addiction horror.

Mark Mathews’ Wicked Run Press has assembled quite the cast to share these stories of addiction horror. A mixture of novellas, short stories and a flash fiction piece, ‘Garden of Fiends’ is not a happy reading experience but it is an incredibly fascinating and at times grim one. 604 more words

Book Review

Book Review - "Hide & Seek" by Jack Ketchum

A lot of people passionate about either loving or hating this one, I clearly fall into the camp of the former. I feel expectations play a big role in whether we enjoy a book, and the blurb for this one is quite deceiving … The “game” itself is only the last fourth of the novel. 222 more words

Book Reviews

A short review of "XX" (2017)

I’m sorry to report that this year’s “XX” doesn’t quite live up to the great horror anthology that its trailer promises.  This quartet of female-directed horror shorts is actually quite average, when considered together, and I’d give it a 6 out of 10. 214 more words