Monthly Archives: August 2017

Trailer Trash – The Limehouse Golem

I loved the Peter Ackroyd novel, so am really looking forward to this. Advertisements

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Filler content with professional jurors

A review that originally appeared in Black Static #10:- Andrew Neiderman: Deadly Verdict (Severn House paperback, 217pp, £10.99) This futuristic crime thriller comes courtesy of a writer who will be most familiar to horror readers for The Devil’s Advocate. In some near … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – Hoedown

I first encountered the work of Aaron Copland courtesy of the hi-octane renditions of Emerson, Lake and Palmer, so it seems appropriate that, for the last of these Rodeo outings, we take their interpretation of the exuberant Hoedown.

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Filler content with monkeys for pigs

A review that originally appeared in Black Static #9:- Monkey in the Middle by Stephen Solomita (Severn House paperback, 182pp, $10.99) A man is murdered in the holy of holies to New Yorkers that is Macys, stabbed to death in the middle … Continue reading

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Trailer Trash – Eat Locals

A vampire comedy that looks like it might actually be funny.

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Filler content going Japanese

A review that originally appeared in Black Static #9:- Audition by Ryu Murakami (Bloomsbury hardback, 200pp. £10) This is the novel on which the famous J-horror film was based. It’s been a while since I gave that a look, but as far … Continue reading

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Song for a Saturday – Saturday Night Waltz

One of my absolute favourite pieces of music. And you can play it anytime, not just on Saturday nights.

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