The Gambling Bug Review

Horror plays on the fear of the reader, sometimes by summoning shadows out from the dark, calling demons out from the abyss, casting madness on the weak, and sometimes by playing with truths of reality. Dan Graffeo plays on the fear of losing all when the bet is called in The Gambling Bug. A cast of characters, weaken and battered by life, succumb to the … Continue reading The Gambling Bug Review

The Accident on Mitchell Street by Jacob M Lambert

Heels scuffing the hardwood of the foyer, the couple dashed through the open door and out into the frosty October wind, the pungent scent of their deodorized bodies lingering behind them—lilies, aftershave, and musk all rolled into a single funk. And Ellie Masterson, who’d seen this happen at least twice a day, simply pressed the clipboard to her chest, sighed, and let her almond brown … Continue reading The Accident on Mitchell Street by Jacob M Lambert

ZOMBIES HAVE RIGHTS, TOO

Zombies have rights, don’t they? After all, they’re humans reanimated with a second-life because of God, mad science, or strange medicine. A zombie doesn’t choose to come back, they’re forced to come back. This undead rotter would have you believe that zombies are entitled to rights and that shows like The Walking Dead perpetuate negative zombie stereotypes that harm the already bad image of zombies. … Continue reading ZOMBIES HAVE RIGHTS, TOO

Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse Review

Boy scouts customizing weapons to take on hordes of zombies sounds like a great concept. Watching people take on waves of the undead in a manner similar to that of Dead Rising would be great for a fun popcorn flick. Yet, somehow Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse manages to take a should be easy to execute concept and just take a giant diarrhea dump … Continue reading Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse Review

Prime Cuts Graphic Novel Review

Gritty like rough sandpaper, deprived like a German nightclub, Primal Cuts, graphic novel written by John Franklin and Tim Sulka, illustrated by Rob Gutman, tells a disturbing and yet hilarious tale of revenge. Todd Sweeny, released from cosmology prison, sets forth to kill the man responsible for killing his family. He also has a skill like no other, a master of the cut, with his … Continue reading Prime Cuts Graphic Novel Review

Julie Andrews by Matthew McGuire

Only a few short weeks after his marriage, the young C.P.A. arrives at his brother’s cabin in rural ND for a weekend of recreational winter activities with his high school friends. The youngest C.P.A. at his ND commercial accounting firm, known for his punctuality and low human error rate, arrives before anyone else so he can inspect, clean, and prepare the cabin for a weekend … Continue reading Julie Andrews by Matthew McGuire