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Joe Reviews: The Secret Name by Eve Harms

Howdy! How are all of y’all doing out there on the interwebs? I hope well. I’m doing great! Do you know why? Because I had the pleasure of reading The Secret Name by Eve Harms! “Haven’t heard of it”, you say. Well, let me fill you in. If you’re like me and love libraries and stories involving demonic possession, then… Read more →

Joe Reviews: Come Closer by Sara Gran

Come Closer by Sara Gran – a book review It is time for my review of Come Closer by Sara Gran. Are you ready? Okay. Let’s go. This is another one that I only read due to an upcoming class I’m taking (like Bird Box). And it was a ton of fun. It’s not the sort of stuff I usually… Read more →

Cover for My Best Friend's Exorcism

Joe Reviews: My Best Friend’s Exorcism

I recently finished his next novel, My Best Friend’s Exorcism, and it was a pile of nostalgic fun. I never did get around to reading Grady Hendrix’s other book, Horrorstor, and now I regret that a lot. 80s nostalgia is the ‘in thing’ at the moment, especially in horror. It has been going for a few years with movies like… Read more →

Joe Reviews The Last Wish

Joe Reviews: The Last Wish

It’s time for another book review! Recently I finished reading The Last Wish by Andrzej Sapkowski. I don’t play many video games, but The Witcher books keeps coming up on lists of fantasy to read that is not in the vein of Tolkien and/or is from other cultures. (And if you didn’t know, there is a popular video game series… Read more →

Joe Reviews: Doctor Star

Yep, another graphic novel. Now, I’m not a huge comic fan. I’ve never been into super hero comics, but there are a few titles that I absolutely love, and the Black Hammer series is one of them. Doctor Star is a story set in the same universe. I was a little disappointed that the story was tangential and not directly… Read more →

Joe Reviews Cabal by Clive Barker

Joe Reviews: Cabal by Clive Barker

First let me state that I’ve seen both Lord of Illusions and Nightbreed. Both of these movies are based on different stories from this book. I wasn’t really into Nightbreed, but I loved Lord of Illusions. It had something no other horror flick I’d seen as a kid had, occult magic! That movie was based on the final story in… Read more →