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ACCURSED – Jonathan Lambert

Accursed

Anthology stories have been around a long time. From short story collections in book form, by authors such as Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft, Stephen King, Joe Hill, and many others, to television anthologies, and film anthologies as well (such as Creepshow). I guess I’d have to say I’m a big fan of … anthologies.

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Posted October 17th, 2020.

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EVERYTHING I NEED TO KNOW I LEARNED IN THE TWILIGHT ZONE – Mark Dawidziak

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Mark Dawidziak, is an American author, born September, 7th, 1956, in Huntington, New York. He graduated from Harborfields High School in 1974. He continued his education at George Washington University, as a journalism major. In 1979, he expanded his writing by becoming a theatre, television, and film critic.

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Posted September 26th, 2020.

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HIS SCREAM QUEEN – BROOKLYN ANN

His Scream Queen

Author, Brooklyn Ann, is talented, and has a keen vision of horror, entwined with romance. This makes her books truly compelling. They cover a variety of genres: vampires, heavy metal, gothic, and horror, but they’re all bathed with love and romance.

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Posted July 11th, 2020.

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THE KILLING JAR – Justin Zimmerman

The Killing Jar

It’s been more than half a decade since I was first introduced to Justin Zimmerman, and not in the comic book world, but in the film world. Specifically, the Stephen King Dollar Baby Program. After he finished a feature length commercial King script, he decided to direct his own King short. I interviewed Justin for his personal Dollar Baby version of The Man Who Loved Flowers.

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Posted June 20th, 2020.

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ELTON JOHN: FIFTY YEARS ON – Stephen Spignesi

Elton John fifty years on

In the October 31st, 2019 issue of the Tri County Sun Newspaper, I had the great pleasure once again to interview author Stephen Spignesi, and discuss his new book, ELTON JOHN: FIFTY YEARS ON. At the end of that article, I promised my review of the book would be in a future issue. Well, now that I have completed reading this amazing book on the works of the iconic Elton John, here are my thoughts.

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Posted February 2nd, 2020.

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MY BEST FRIEND’S BIRTHDAY: The Making of a Quentin Tarantino Film – Andrew J. Rausch

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In the early 1990s there was a select group of filmmakers that seemed to ‘nail it’ with everything they did. Robert Rodriguez, Spike Lee, Guillermo del Toro, and Kevin Smith, just to name a few. However, there was one young director among these that would take Hollywood by storm: Quentin Tarantino! I’ve always admired his style, and when I saw Reservoir Dogs, my love for his films has had me following his career ever since.

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Posted February 2nd, 2020.

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THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION REVEALED – Mark Dawidziak

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Mark’s newest book THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION REVEALED, is a celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the film THE SHAWSHANK REDEMPTION, which was released in movie theaters October 14th, 1994. This film was directed by Frank Darabont, and features both actors Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman, who give outstanding performances .

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Posted December 15th, 2019.

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HER HAUNTED HEART – Brooklyn Ann

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HER HAUNTED HEART is a ghost story that begins at the legendary Sazerac House, where aspiring artist Zelda Shaye and her family move to the town of Amteep, Idaho. Zelda is the last descendant to the Sazerac House.

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Posted December 7th, 2019.

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THE LONG WAY HOME – Richard Chizmar

THE LONG WAY HOME - Richard Chizmar

THE LONG WAY HOME is an anthology of 20 short stories, full of thrills, horror, mystery, scares, and a few of the stories even tug on your heartstrings. All of them have a bit of a twist.

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Posted November 23rd, 2019.

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c- Richard Chizmar

 THE GIRL ON THE PORCH

This book was an exciting read from beginning to end. When a married couple are abruptly awakened in the middle of the night, by the ringing of their doorbell, they carefully approach the door only to find nobody there.

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Posted November 23rd, 2019.

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