Chiller: Prophecy

06/03/2009

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

06/03/2009

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

06/03/2009

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

06/03/2009

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

05/03/2009

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

05/03/2009

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

05/03/2009

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

05/03/2009

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 [...]

Ramsey’s Rant: Censorship

05/03/2009

By Ramsey Campbell I admit it: I failed. In my latest novel, The One Safe Place, I tried to parody some of the excesses of censorship, but reality has outstripped what I [...]
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