Reviews

Chiller: Prophecy

March 6, 2009

Review by David J. Howe It is a long time since I have seen anything as instantly enjoyable on television than the first episode of ITV’s new series of horror plays, [...]

Natural Born Killers

March 6, 2009

Review by Gary Couzens In the words of another movie, they’re young, they’re in love and they kill people. They’re Mickey (Woody Harrelson) and Mallory [...]

Interview With The Vampire

March 6, 2009

Review by Matt Williams Tom Cruise as the Vampire Lestat? You’ve got to be kidding, right? Well, Anne Rice certainly thought so; until, of course, that now infamous [...]

Psychotrope #2

March 6, 2009

Review by Jenny Barber Psychotrope maintains the quality of its first issue with some fantastically gruesome tales although I find the cover to be a little weird – [...]

Black Tears #7

March 5, 2009

Review by Jenny Barber Black Tears has a great combo of contents in this issue, including an interview with Christopher Fowler, author of the new novel Spanky which has also [...]

The Third Alternative #5

March 5, 2009

Review by Jenny Barber The current issue of The Third Alternative is the most powerful yet. For instance, The Ties that Blind by Mike O’Driscoll is a double-whammy. As [...]

The Adventures of Brin #1–3

March 5, 2009

Review by Jenny Barber The Adventures of Brin is the name of a new(ish) comic-type zine produced by an imaginative chap called Tim Brown. Fortunately enough, I was lucky [...]

Premonitions #4

March 5, 2009

Reviewed by Jenny Barber Out of everything reviewed this time, one zine tends to stick out above the others. Premonitions. Hurrah, I thought, looking at the cover, a sci-fi [...]
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