Review: "I Dream of Mirrors" by Chris Kelso

"I Dream of Mirrors" by Chris Kelso

Review by Gabino Iglesias
Chris Kelso explores humanity's collapse and identity in "I Dream of Mirrors."
"A People's Future Of The United States" Edited By Victor LaValle And John Josep

"A People's Future Of The United States" edited by Victor LaValle and John Joseph Adams

Review by Christopher Shultz
This new anthology takes an imaginative look into the future, and while the picture looks grim in places, it's optimistic in others.
A Boy and His Dog

Blood's a Rover (and a book! and a movie! and a calendar!)

Review by David James Keaton
August 29, 2018 (3) comments
What are we to make of the much-anticipated 'Blood's a Rover', a curious combination of novel and screenplay, and the finale to arguably Harlan Ellison's most famous saga, "A Boy and His Dog"?
"Convenience Store Woman": The Working-Class Novel American Audiences Need

"Convenience Store Woman": The Working-Class Novel American Audiences Need to Read

Review by Christoph Paul
Sayaka Murata's novel is a meditation on things sorely missing from American literature.
Hereditary: Unconventional Horror Reigns King

Hereditary: Unconventional Horror Reigns King

Review by Richard Thomas
July 25, 2018 (4) comments
One of the most powerful and unsettling horror films in recent memory, Hereditary creates tension through visually stunning imagery, psychological terror, and original plot choices.
I'll Be Gone in the Dark

I'll Be Gone in the Dark: One Woman's Obsession

Review by David James Keaton
Michelle McNamara's book "I'll Be Gone in the Dark" is undeniably an accomplishment, both because of and in spite of its fractured nature of the project.
'The Cabin at the End of the World' by Paul Tremblay

'The Cabin at the End of the World' by Paul Tremblay

Review by Meredith Borders
June 26, 2018 (1) comments
And now for something completely different from the “A Head Full of Ghosts” author.
"Corpsepaint" by David Peak

"Corpsepaint" by David Peak

Review by Christopher Shultz
A convergence of metal and horror as black and bitter as the music itself.
Review "Unbury Carol" by Josh Malerman

"Unbury Carol" by Josh Malerman

Review by Christopher Shultz
The "Bird Box" author's latest novel is a wonderful and often horrifying blend of supernatural western and revisionist fairy tale.