The Art of Horror Movies: An Illustrated History – HORROR BOOK REVIEW

By Geno McGahee I recently had the chance to read THE ART OF HORROR MOVIES: An Illustrated History (Applause Theatre & Cinema Books Hardcover; October 2017; $40.00). Award-winning writer and editor, Stephen Jones, paints an amazing history of the horror genre from the beginning to the current date and trends. The horror genre has a […]


COP UNDER FIRE by Sheriff David Clarke Jr – Book Review (LINKS TO PURCHASE)

By Melissa Antoinette Garza   Yesterday, I had to get out of the house.  I’m typically a bit of a hermit anyways, but it’s been getting ridiculous.  Other than going to the all night Walmart at 3 AM when no one else is there, I barely go anywhere.  I wanted to see DESPICABLE ME 3 […]



Full Title: It’s Me, Edward Wayne Edwards, The Serial Killer You Never Heard Of Category:  TRUE CRIME Publication Date: July 25, 2014 Author: John A. Cameron Website:  Cold Case Cameron Amazon Link to Purchase: Click Here to Buy     By Melissa Antoinette Garza John A. Cameron:  Author, Investigator, and Cold Case King John A. Cameron […]


Mister Sam Shearon’s CREEPY CHRISTMAS – A Merry Macabre Coloring Book – Review

By Geno McGahee It is Christmas time and the adult coloring books have become a hot item. Everywhere you go, you stumble across a section where they have these coloring books geared for grownups. I’m a grownup and I agree that coloring is for all ages. Of course, as a horror guy, finding the right […]


RUNNING WITH THE CHAMP: My Forty-Year Friendship with Muhammad Ali by Tim Shanahan with Chuck Crisafulli – BOOK REVIEW

By Geno McGahee As a huge fan of the sport of boxing, the name Muhammad Ali is one that I know very well. I have never been a big fan of Ali or a supporter of the claim that he is the best fighter to ever live. I also had issues with how he treated […]


Witchcraft: A Handbook of Magic, Spells and Potions – Book Review – Available on Amazon

By Melissa Antoinette Garza As a child, my mother, aunts and grandmother always engaged in conversations regarding our ancestors and lineage. My cousins, siblings and I were told that we were the descendants of Hungarian Gypsies. One morbid anecdote we heard, again and again, surrounded my great grandmother Nana Sevigne. Nana Sevigne was the mother […]


Master Shots E-book – Story by Christopher Kenworthy – BOOK REVIEW

By Forris Day Jr. Christopher Kenworthy has written many books on the subject of filmmaking. His series “Master Shots” Includes several books. Three of them; Story, Suspense and Action are now e-books. The paperback books are amazing in their own right but I like these e-books far better. First I’ll describe what the paperback books […]


Your Next Chapter by Manny Scott – BOOK REVIEW

By Forris Day Jr. “Your Next Chapter” is a book of hope. It is a book written by a man who had the strength to turn his back on a life of crime and drugs. He had the strength to not be a victim of his circumstances but rather rise above them. Manny Scott tells […]


Troublemaker (2015) Book Review

  By Melissa Antionette Garza   When I first heard that Leah Remini was writing a book about leaving Scientology, I assumed it was going to be a book ranting and raving about the religion. I was sold. My appeal for soap operas and the drama involving one taking down a religion with words, made […]


Darkness: Poems of Extreme Horror by Eric Kapitan – HORROR BOOK REVIEW

By Melissa Ann “Decayed hands emerge from blood. Fallen angels smile as the world rots away. The seeds are planted and no one is safe. The dead will emerge to watch us burn” – Darkness: Poems of Extreme Horror Author Eric Kapitan brings readers 36 poems filled with violence, gore, acts of depravity, and death […]


The Art of Horror: An Illustrated History – Edited by Stephen Jones – HORROR BOOK REVIEW

By Geno McGahee When it comes to dedicated fans, no other genre has the amount of fanatics that horror does. The history of the genre, the trials it went through and the artistry of it have appealed to the horror fans since they were first being produced. In THE ART OF HORROR: AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY, […]


Terrible Tales volumes 1-3 by Paul Aloisio – HORROR BOOK REVIEW

By Melissa Ann Terrible Tales volumes 1-3 include 5 short stories by up-and-coming horror author Paul Aloisio. Seemingly inspired by Alfred Hitchcock and Roald Dahl, the stories leave readers guessing until the very end. Once I reached the last sentences, I want to go back and read them again with a new perspective. The stories […]