Author Archives: Michael Crisman

Sci-Fi Review: Doctor Who – Timewyrm: Genesys by John Peel

In 1989, the unthinkable happened. After a twenty-six year run, garnering countless fans all over the world, who tuned in week after week to see what lay in store for their favorite time traveller, Doctor Who vanished into the ether,

October Horrors: The Abuse of Ashley Collins

Note: I do not, as a general rule, write reviews laden with spoilers, but I’m making an exception to my rule with this one as it’s essential to understanding why I gave it the rating I did. As an avid

Savage Saturday: Genital Grinder by Ryan Harding

Do you like to be scared? Maybe you’ve worked your way through the back-catalogs of Stephen King and Dean Koontz, and now you want to read from a different letter of the alphabet for a while. Or maybe you’re feeling jaded

Friday Nightmares: Off Season by Jack Ketchum

Off Season cover

Do you like to be scared? Maybe you’ve worked your way through the back-catalogs of Stephen King and Dean Koontz, and now you want to read from a different letter of the alphabet for a while. Or maybe you’re feeling jaded

Friday Nightmares: In The Dark by Richard Laymon

Do you like to be scared? Maybe you’ve worked your way through the back-catalogs of Stephen King and Dean Koontz, and now you want to read from a different letter of the alphabet for a while. Or maybe you’re feeling jaded

Friday Nightmares: Afraid by Jack Kilborn

Afraid book cover

Do you like to be scared? Maybe you’ve worked your way through the back-catalogs of Stephen King and Dean Koontz, and now you want to read from a different letter of the alphabet for a while. Or maybe you’re feeling jaded

Friday Nightmares: Survivor by J.F. Gonzalaz

Survivor by J.F. Gonzalez

Do you like to be scared? Maybe you’ve worked your way through the back-catalogs of Stephen King and Dean Koontz, and now you want to read from a different letter of the alphabet for a while. Or maybe you’re feeling jaded

Friday Nightmares: The Resurrectionist by Wrath James White

Do you like to be scared? Maybe you’ve worked your way through the back-catalogs of Stephen King and Dean Koontz, and now you want to read from a different letter of the alphabet for a while. Or maybe you’re feeling jaded