Comic Review: Broken World #1

By Svetlana Fedotov What would you do if there was rock the size of Baltimore hurtling towards Earth with the ill-intent to destroy everything in its path? Well, if you are one of the citizens of the Broken World universe, you better figure it out quick because in 48 hours, there won’t be any decisions […]

Book Review: House of Psychotic Women by Kier-La Janisse

By Keri O’Shea Explorations of unhinged femininity have long been archetypal in horror and exploitation cinema. It’s that whole ‘hall of mirrors’ effect: anxieties and fears regarding women make for overblown, engrossing movies, and the depiction of all facets of female behaviour and concerns – to include adolescence, relationships, sexuality, pregnancy, motherhood – have been […]

Book Review: The Skintaker by Frazer Lee

By Keri O’Shea The idea of a presence – something powerful and knowing hidden in the darkness of the woods – is undoubtedly hardwired into us on a primal level; for thousands upon thousands upon years before human culture spawned the horror genre, it was an instinctual fear which allowed our DNA to survive, and […]