How to Survive a Horror Movie: All the Skills to Dodge the Kills by Seth Grahame-Smith

Written in a serious but over-the-top tone, readers will visit classic horror film tropes and get more than a few laughs along the way.

Posted by on September 9, 2019

Bird Box by Josh Malerman

Malorie is overwhelmed. Having recently discovered she is pregnant, and with the father of her child disappearing from her life, she only has her sister, Shannon, to rely on. Malorie Read more...

Posted by on September 3, 2019

Where Reasons End by Yiyun Li

“One can and must live with loss and grief and sorrow and bereavement. Together they frame this life, as solid as the ceiling and the floor and the walls and Read more...

Posted by on August 30, 2019

The Devil’s Equinox by John Everson

Austin is relatable and his initial relationship with Regina seems genuine and warm. That fuzzy feeling will not last long, though, as Everson draws the unsuspecting reader in and turns Read more...

Posted by on August 25, 2019

The Lady From the Black Lagoon by Mallory O'Meara

In her debut written work, film producer Mallory O’Meara dives into the lost legend of the woman behind the infamous Creature From the Black Lagoon: Millicent Patrick. The biography begins Read more...

Posted by on August 20, 2019

Middle-Earth: Journeys in Myth and Legend by Donato Giancola

Any fan of The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings, The Silmarillion, or art in general should flip through this book. The substantial size of the novel allows the reader Read more...

Posted by on July 2, 2019

Johnny Mnemonic by Robert Longo

Johnny Mnemonic is a camp masterpiece, though it’s somewhat unclear if the makers were in on the joke. The year is 2021 and things are bad.  The opening text crawl Read more...

Posted by on June 22, 2019

They Shall Not Grow Old by Peter Jackson

The viewer watches as the British army march through the muck and stare at the camera as if it were some alien object, the likes of which they truly had Read more...

Posted by on June 18, 2019

Kings of the Wyld by Nicholas Eames

Anyone who picks up this book, however, will find a tale full of heart, laughter, bloodsoaked mayhem, and music references sprinkled throughout...Kings of the Wyld is a white-knuckled ride. Each Read more...

Posted by on April 25, 2019

I’ve Been Thinking . . .: Reflections, Prayers, and Meditations for a Meaningful Life by Maria Shriver

Maria Shriver, journalist, NBC anchorwoman, and author of several books, has shared her most private, in depth thoughts in her recent book I‘ve Been Thinking . . .: Reflections, Prayers, Read more...

Posted by on April 2, 2019

Into the Drowning Deep by Mira Grant

Seven years ago the Atargatis was lost at sea with all hands. Their original mission was to film a mockumentary on mermaids for Imagine Entertainment. The shaky footage that was Read more...

Posted by on March 27, 2019

The Big Sick by Michael Showalter

Kumail uses humor constantly to confront uncomfortable or difficult situations, including his girlfriend's mysterious illness and his family's expectations for him.

Posted by on March 21, 2019

Kill the Farm Boy by Delilah S Dawson and Kevin Hearne

The story opens on a boy named Worstley mucking out the stalls on his family’s farm. He laments about the drudgery of his daily life until a pixie shows up Read more...

Posted by on March 19, 2019

Ancillary Justice by Ann Leckie

Breq is the only surviving part of Justice of Toren, the sentient AI within a ship of the Radchaai empire. As an ancillary—a human body remodeled, reprogrammed, and then connected Read more...

Posted by on March 14, 2019

The Pisces by Melissa Broder

The love story of Lucy and Theo is unconventional, to say the least, and full of highly-detailed intimacy, but feels oddly refreshing, if not dark.

Posted by on March 13, 2019

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