Horror Convention: Reanimation

The concept of the dead returning to life is ancient, leading all the way back to the cave. Of course this was in a supernatural sense – the revenant, the zombie, the vampire, creatures caught between this world and the next. These archetypes persisted in cultures the world over, haunting dreams, shaping belief systems, influencing… Continue reading Horror Convention: Reanimation

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Review: The End Is All We See by M.F. Wahl and A.J. Brown

In The End Is All We See, authors M.F. Wahl and A.J. Brown offer two finely crafted tales of what this reviewer would term “environmental horror.” Here the settings themselves are the antagonists, pitting the characters against natural threats – both the elemental and the alien. This theme is not a new one, though uniquely… Continue reading Review: The End Is All We See by M.F. Wahl and A.J. Brown