Magazine review: Unnerving Magazine #5

    Unnerving issue #5 gets off to an immense start with Glug Glug by Aaron J. Householder and the sinister Red Room by Christa Carmen. Whilst only short, Householder’s tale is a fun, throwback style horror story that put a huge smile on my face and one that I felt was a little reminiscent of…

The Grim Reader awards: My books of 2017

I love a good list, especially one that highlights some of the years best books. Many bloggers do this and I’m always interested to see what books they include. My list features books I read this year, not necessarily books published this year. I’m not going to waffle too much here, instead I’ll get straight…

Essential reading, viewing and listening for Halloween

As a horror and dark fiction fan, Halloween is a very special time of year. There is something about the month of October that fills me with joy, and although this month has been a pretty shitty one for me and my family, I am still here to present you with a selection of fiction…

SHARE THE HORROR. LET’S TALK REVIEW SITES.

A great list of review sites (and mine) from author Glenn Rolfe. Thanks for including me, Glenn. Hope you go check out these other great supporters of #horror Reblogged on WordPress.com Source: SHARE THE HORROR. LET’S TALK REVIEW SITES.

Guest Post: Robert E. Dunn – Stand Writing

Robert E. Dunn writes across a number of genres. From crime thrillers such as ‘A Living Grave’, featuring detective Katrina Williams, to his short novel, Motorman – a story about gods and fast cars, and his most recent release The Harrowing – a story about a biker that goes to Hell. One things for sure,…

Spiders, art and horror – an interview with Betty Rocksteady

I hope to bring you at least one interview a month in 2017. I love talking to people about their art and I feel like these people deserve a much bigger audience, so let’s see how we go. Last week I spoke with UNNERVING MAGAZINE and today I’m chatting with Betty Rocksteady. Betty is a…

EP Review: Cunning Man -‘Practical Applications Of Theurgy’

‘Cunning Man’ is metal, though not as we know it. A one-man band, hailing from Scotland, ‘Cunning Man’ mixes up a number of different sub-genres of metal to produce something that although won’t be for everybody, certainly kept me engaged through the three tracks on offer with this EP. Of the three songs, ‘Honorius &…

Book review: Blue Demon – David Bernstein

‘Blue Demon’ is another winner for writer David Bernstein and definitely my favourite novella from him that I have read thus far. The story starts off with young Cal, a boy who loses his father in a car accident. His old man is trying to secure him a pricey action figure (the Blue Demon) but…