Book Review: Wild Stars 3 - Time Warmageddon

Not too long ago, I had the pleasure of reviewing the June 2018 issue of Cirsova Magazine. Being my first time reading Cirsova, I found myself absolutely in love with the stories they’d selected. Imagine my surprise (and glee!) then when they asked me to review an advance review copy of their upcoming science-fiction novella Wild Stars III: Time Warmageddon, written by Michael Tierney. If you’ve never heard of Wild Stars, don’t worry because until that moment, I hadn’t either.

Book Review: C.H.U.D. Lives! -- A Tribute Anthology, edited by Joe Mynhardt

Cannibalistic Humanoid Underground Dwellers. That’s what the acronym “C.H.U.D.” means. I was a young kid when the film C.H.U.D. was released in theaters in 1984—way too young for movies like this. It wasn’t until years later that I was finally able to see it and, like any devout horror fan, I was hooked. C.H.U.D. Lives! is, as the title states, a tribute anthology written in honor of this genre-bending, cult classic and its creators. Don’t be fooled into thinking that this is just a regurgitation of the film’s plot line, though. This collection of 19 stories takes the reader deeper into the fear-drenched world of C.H.U.D. Although written by a variety of authors, readers will find a thread running through each story that connects them all together into a macabre interconnected narrative.

Book Review: Alien - The Cold Forge

Are you hungry for a little xenomorph excitement?  I sure hope so because on the review menu for today is Alien: The Cold Forge by Alex White! You know, it is incredibly hard to believe that Ridley Scott’s Alien is almost 40 years old.  Since it first hit theaters on May 25, 1979, the franchise has become a household name, especially among horror and science fiction aficionados. In fact, the film is so pervasive in American pop-culture that the Library of Congress inducted it into the National