For two years now Dipper has been trying to get me to play The Secret World. I tried it and loved the concept – it’s like playing a horror film or book. Everything is true – the Boogeyman haunts an amusement park with a dark past, Cthulhu knows your helicopter out of the sky, and …

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Disclaimer: I pride myself on being an honest reviewer. In that vein, I’d like you to know before reading this review that I had the pleasure of copy editing the piece before publication. As a copy editor, I didn’t change anything in the story, just made sure the events were consistent with the first two …

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March’s HorrorBlock just arrived in the mail today. (In case you’re new to it, it’s part of the NerdBlock family, and focuses on bringing unique horror merchandise to subscribers every month. Usually there’s a theme, but lately they’ve chosen one or two movies or tropes and centered the box on that. It costs $19.99 per …

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House of Horrors and Haunted Catacombs used to be two separate haunted houses. They joined together to bring people an enhanced scare experience, and in many ways, that’s worked great for them. This is another house that Steve and I try and visit every year. Sometimes the houses change, and some are the same title …

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I love anthologies! It’s like eating at a buffet. You get to sample all sorts of delicacies – enough to whet your appetite, but not so much that you get tired. In the horror genre, it seems the list of anthologies is never ending. There are carnival zombie anthologies, animal zombie anthologies, Victorian zombie and ghost …

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Two weeks ago, I got my hands on Braineater Jones, by Stephen Kozeniewski. I loaded it into my iPad, opened it in Kindle, and then went straight to Amazon.com to read the book description. Based on the description, I wasn’t sure what I would think of the book. I love zombies and horror, I love …

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