Review: Chainsaw by John Bender from Lockdown Press

The White-Trash Chainsaw Robbery. Funny. Violent. Fucked Up. Fast and furious sleazy redneck horror. Huge fun – if you can stomach it. Available to buy at: E-Book     Paperback In the early 1980s in the UK, there was a debate about the affect of so called Video Nasty’s on the minds of young people. Ultimately … Continue reading Review: Chainsaw by John Bender from Lockdown Press

Review: The Last Days of Disco by David F Ross from Orenda Books

Scottish comedy drama. Funny. Moving. Full of life and passion. Great music. Not suitable for Tories. Available to buy at: E-Book     Paperback Set in working class Ayrshire in 1982, this is a book most definitely not suitable for Tories. The struggles of the working class at that time, the crushing pressure of record unemployment, … Continue reading Review: The Last Days of Disco by David F Ross from Orenda Books

Review: We Are Always Watching by Hunter Shea from Sinister Grin Press

Tense. Classic horror influence. Identifiable characters. An explosive, dramatic finale. What more could you want from a horror novel. Available to buy at: Paperback / Limited Edition Hardback     E-Book If you were to visit me at home, going up the stairs you would pass an autographed Iron Maiden poster (circa 1985) and at the … Continue reading Review: We Are Always Watching by Hunter Shea from Sinister Grin Press

Review: Satan’s Sorority by Graham Wynd from Fahrenheit Thirteen

Available to buy at: ePub e-book     Kindle e-book     Paperback Reads like the very best of classic 50s and 60s horror. It’s a Hammer movie on the page. Not for the faint hearted. At times pure filth, in the best possible way. Satan’s Sorority is a short sharp read. Like the classic Hammer horror … Continue reading Review: Satan’s Sorority by Graham Wynd from Fahrenheit Thirteen

Review: Dead is Better by Jo Perry from Fahrenheit Press

Available to buy direct from Fahrenheit Press at: E-Book Paperback Limited Edition Hardback (I believe a very few copies remain of the Hardback, its so pretty, if you decide to buy one DM the lovely Jo Perry who will send you a signed book plate to go in the front) About a dead guy and … Continue reading Review: Dead is Better by Jo Perry from Fahrenheit Press