Heavy Meta Horror–Review of Paul Tremblay’s “A Head Full of Ghosts”


In Paul Tremblay’s “A Head Full of Ghosts”, a psychological horror love letter to William Peter Blatty’s “The Exorcist” and other exorcism-centric books and movies, we can see flashes of utter brilliance. There is enough shiver-inducing horror and enough biting social commentary contained within to fill volumes of books, all delivered with a knowing wink … Continue reading Heavy Meta Horror–Review of Paul Tremblay’s “A Head Full of Ghosts”

Book Review: Brian Niskala’s “Rhinehoth”


Reviewed by Tony Harrington Last month I wrote a review for F. Paul Wilson's "The Keep", a novel that tells the story of a massive structure built centuries ago and an evil vampiric entity that lurks within the walls and a hero destined to stop that evil from escaping and infesting the world. This month's … Continue reading Book Review: Brian Niskala’s “Rhinehoth”

Book Review: The Keep by F. Paul Wilson


Reviewed by Tony Harrington “Something is murdering my men.” Thus reads the message received from a Nazi commander stationed in a small castle high in the remote Transylvanian Alps. Invisible and silent, the enemy selects one victim per night, leaving the bloodless and mutilated corpses behind to terrify its future victims. When an elite SS … Continue reading Book Review: The Keep by F. Paul Wilson