Monthly Archives: February 2016

Filler content with shadows and dark rain

Two reviews that originally appeared in Black Static #9 as part of a feature on the work of Tony Richards OFF THE MAP WITH TONY RICHARDS A case could be made for Tony Richards as one of the unsung heroes … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – Tunnel of Love

Mark and the boys.

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Filler content with detectives

Four reviews that originally appeared in Black Static #31:- WATCHING THE DETECTIVES While the publishers are right to market it as crime fiction, Steve Mosby’s latest novel, DARK ROOM (Orion pb, 368pp, £12.99), has a foot squarely placed in the … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny

Loved the first one, and I suspect I am going to like this.

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Filler content with leisure thricely – Part 2

Further to last Thursday’s post, three more reviews and the second part of a feature on American publisher Leisure that originally appeared in Black Static #7:- HORROR, TWICE MONTHLY: A LEISURE FEATURETTE (continued) Ghost Walk (Leisure paperback, 275pp, $7.99) by … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – Home by the Sea

I saw them perform this at Wembley as part of The Invisible Touch tour.

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Filler content with leisure thricely – Part 1

The first part of a feature on American publisher Leisure that originally appeared in Black Static #7 (and with hindsight, I seem to have been unduly optimistic and gung ho for this outfit):- HORROR, TWICE MONTHLY: A LEISURE FEATURETTE In … Continue reading

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