Ginger Nuts of Horror
Time certainly flies by I can't believe that it is already time for a new Black Static magazine. Featuring another stellar line up of fiction discussion articles and the best genre review section bar none. This is a must buy for all genre fans.
None So Empty by Tim Waggoner
Caul by Vajra Chandrasekera
Ghosts Play in Boys' Pajamas by Ralph Robert Moore
Equilibrium by Carole Johnstone
The Driveway by Leah Thomas
The Hutch by Ray Cluley
The Spider Sweeper by Thersa Matsuura
Coffinmaker's Blues by Stephen Volk
Blood Pudding by Lynda E. Rucker
Case Notes: Book Reviews by Peter Tennant
CREATURES OF LIGHT AND SHADOW: The Art of Ian Miller, Dark Work by Kieth Minnion, Veins and Skulls by Daniele Serra • MATHESON AND SON: A Stir of Echoes by Richard Matheson, The Ritual of Illusion by Richard Christian Matheson • GHOSTS AND MERMAIDS: Home and Hearth by Angela Slatter, The Elvis Room by Stephen Graham Jones, Water For Drowning by Ray Cluley • REMEMBERING THE DARKNESS: A.K. BENEDICT: The Beauty of Murder and author interview • THE BOOK(S) OF THE FILM: Carrie by Neil Mitchell, The Thing by Jez Conolly, The Silence of the Lambs by Barry Forshaw, Splice Vol7 #1, The Sorcerers edited by Johnny Mains • DARKFUSE NOVELLAS: Red Cells by Jeffrey Thomas, Marrow’s Pit by Keith Deininger, Deceiver by Kelli Owen, Hell’s Door by Sandy De Luca, Messages From the Dead by Sandy De Luca, Shattered by C.S. Kane, Ash and Bone by Lisa von Biela, Elderwood Manor by Christopher Fulbright & Angeline Hawkes, Dead Five’s Pass by Colin F. Barnes, Whom the Gods Would Destroy by Brian Hodge, I Am the New God by Nicole Cushing, Love and Zombies by Eric Shapiro, Ceremony of Flies by Kate Jonez, When We Fall by Peter Giglio, Sow by Tim Curran
Blood Spectrum: DVD/Blu-ray Reviews by Tony Lee
The Last Horror Movie, Cellar Dweller, Demon Legacy, Pit and the Pendulum, I Frankenstein, Re-Animator, The Pit (aka Jug Face), True Detective, True Blood, 13 Sins, Rapture, Haunter, The Forgotten, The Attic, Delivery, Devil's Due and others
Silver Bullets: TV Noir on DVD/Blu-ray by Mike O'Driscoll
Weird Detectives: True Detective, Hinterland
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