Monthly Archives: August 2016

Trailer Trash – Morgan

Haven’t heard much about this, but it looks promising. Advertisements

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Filler content with Rik Suntan

A review that originally appeared in Black Static #13:- Charlie Williams: Stairway to Hell (Serpent’s Tail paperback, 281pp, £7.99) Rik Suntan is a club singer in the boondocks town of Warchester with ideas way above his station. While Rik’s life … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – Look On

Not John Frusciante’s best work, but still better than most of everything else, and call me a sentimental fool but I happen to think the video is brilliant, a real tearjerker.

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Filler content with Bryant & May

A review that originally appeared in Black Static #13:- Christopher Fowler: On the Loose (Doubleday hardback, 352pp, £16.99) The last Bryant & May book ended on a bleak note for London’s Peculiar Crimes Unit, and the opening of this one … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – Purge: Election Year

I always feel a little bit proprietorial regarding this franchise, as many years ago I planned to write a story titled “Der Tag” along similar lines. Unfortunately I never got any further than the title, which is why my lawyers … Continue reading

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Filler content with catacombs

A review that originally appeared in Black Static #12:- John Llewellyn Probert: The Catacombs of Fear (Gray Friar Press paperback, 179pp, £8) A sequel of sorts to The Faculty of Terror, Probert’s third collection shares the ingenious structure of that … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – Tubthumping

This will get you up and bouncing.

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