Monthly Archives: October 2016

A Happy Halloween…

…to all my readers. May you have many treats and no tricks. Here’s your starter for ten:- Advertisements

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Filler content with reality fractured

A review of The Night Clock that originally appeared in Black Static #52 as part of a feature on Paul Meloy:- FRACTURED REALITY: PAUL MELOY A history lesson – 1997 was an important year for TTA Press. With its first … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – Monster Mash

What did they do? They did the…

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The Last Horror Show

Last for the month of October, anyway. Jennifer’s Body (2009) Cheerleader Jennifer is possessed by a demon when a rock band sacrifice her to the devil in return for fame and fortune, and she starts eating boy students at the … Continue reading

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Filler content with a painted man

A review that originally appeared in Black Static #9:- The Painted Man by Graham Masterton (Severn House paperback, 218pp, £10.99) Talented artist Molly Sawyer finds that her drawings of roses come to life, but before she and her psychic mother-in-law … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – Amityville: The Awakening

I suspect that for many this film will be as hard a sell as the house itself.

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A Haunting We Will Go Again

Three films with ‘Haunt’ in the title, and all watched comparatively recently. A Haunting in Massachusetts (2014) This is a curious film, and nothing at all like the spooky, children in peril flick suggested by the illustration on the DVD … Continue reading

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