This book was an odd one for me, not in a bad way though. The first half of the book starts off a wilderness horror, the four friends fight against the elements, then something that seems to be hunting them in the woods. Then the second half becomes cosmic horror.
This movie held me tight up until the last quarter. Then the ending disappointed me. I felt like it left me with a lot of questions and not in the haunting way a good movie can leave a viewer with, but in a "oh, this just left a lot of confusing loose ends" kind of way.
A ranked list of all the King books I've read!
Now on Netflix, What Lies Below is a bizarre sci-fi horror film. It's definitely a good bad movie. Read this review to find out more.
Negative Space was a bizarre ride for me, unlike any horror novel I've read in a long while.
One of my favourite novels of all time: Meddling Kids is a must read!
My sci-fi / cosmic horror story; "Manufactured God" -- as well as my very own art -- will be appearing in the Howls from Hell anthology, with a foreword by Grady Hendrix.
My cosmic horror story, "GODMOUTH", is available on the Nocturnal Transmissions podcast. Come listen and spread the word!
If you're looking for a fun, entertaining anthology to spend a few hours on, I would highly recommend Shadows over Baker Street.
My cosmic horror tale, "Sanitize", is bound to get you reaching for the hand sanitizer...