Sea Fever: a mix of science fiction and contagion horror, set out in the open water with a hideous monster beneath the waves. What's not to love?
An epic 1973 novel as haunting and engaging as The Haunting of Hill House! Check out my review of Burnt Offerings today!
Stephen Graham Jones' novel, The Only Good Indians, is a heartrendingly haunting story about past actions coming back with a reckoning.
Wylding Hall: a folk horror novella about a British acid folk band and a country house full of secrets. Read my review and see if it's worth the read!
Friends in lockdown. Check. Zoom meeting. Check. Seance gone wrong. Check. Is the Shudder exclusive movie, Host, worth a watch? Read my review to see. 🙂
Looking for a hefty page-turner? Have a crush on all things vampire? Or just need a good book? Best read The Historian! My spoiler-free review will tell you why!
HEX by Thomas Olde Heuvelt is a novel that will haunt your heart for ages afterward. A truly refreshing take on the witch trope. Don't miss out!
Just finished reading Murder Ballads by John Hornor Jacobs. Fellow horror fans, this is one collection not to be missed!
Just watched The Lodge and loved it! Such a creepy, suspenseful movie -- would definitely recommend it!
Just finished reading The Deep by Alma Katsu... well, it definitely was a sinker, that's for sure...