While I truly love the Goosebumps Series, I also have a love for the YA series that R.L. Stine did titled Fear Street. … More The Cataluna Chronicles: The Evil Moon Review
One of the things that I love about this series is that you never have a book come from the same point of view in a row. … More Animorph #2 The Visitor by Katherine Applegate Review
The tea was always too hot, I remember hating that. I remember everything about those moments, others would flit away and fade away in the bin where those things would go in my mind, but those moments stayed. … More The Ladies of Horror Flash Project Featured KENDRA HALE!
There is literally something for every genre fan in her writing and to classify it as just one genre really seems a disservice when she slips through the streams of many to bring her readers a thrill seeking, heart-wrenching, blood pumping tale that leaves this reader drooling for more…especially with the cliffhanger that caused my eyes to widen. … More Under Animus Review From The Edge of the Galaxy
Now if the The Haunting of Bly Manor sounds familiar, it is because it is the follow up to the amazing series The Haunting of Hill House which was a smash hit for Netflix back in 2018 and both myself—Kendra Hale, and Alexa Wayne have done articles for the Series and for the book by Shirley Jackson which started it all. … More Christopher Pike’s “THE MIDNIGHT CLUB” Series Adaptation Happening!
I love a good prequel don’t you? It always feels like you are seeing the inner sanctum and waiting for the alarms to go off because you are in a restricted area and the $*$* could hit the fan any minute if you are not careful. … More The Exorcist’s Apprentice Town of Pottersfield by L.A. Maciel
A gentle gift, given the name of Robert, would soon cause waking nightmares for the boy known to family as Gene. … More A Wicked Case of Pediophobia
Welcome back readers and sorry for the pause. With all the chaos going on in our world, let me say that I hope that the one reading this is safe and that all in their life is peaceful as it can be in this time. … More The Haunting of Hill House
Each of us probably has a story of a movie we snuck in to see even though we were not yet the legal age to watch it yet. For me this came in 2001 when my friends and I were given a taste of freedom as Freshman in high school. … More A Valentine…To Die For
Readers Beware, we are back for another scare. After a short break here we are with the next in line for my Goosebumps series. Piano Lessons Can Be Murder was always one of my favorites as my Aunt took piano lessons and I longed to be able to play like the teacher. … More GOOSEBUMPS
This one has really good memories for me but upon reading it again, I have seen the theme done better. It is great for a giggle and it has some moments where you would be scared but it doesn’t hold a candle to some of the other works of Stine’s where fear is front and center. … More GOOSEBUMPS!
We enter this world through the eyes of Billy, our 12 year old, who is making his way to camp for the first time. On a bus with eighteen other boys and 4 girls, the boys are all set for the Camp Nightmoon while the girls are heading in a different direction. … More GOOSEBUMPS! Welcome To Camp Nightmare
How the longer she wears it, the more it conforms to her face and the more real the mask look. Perspiration included. She sets out for revenge but will Carly Beth be able to accept the consequences? … More GOOSEBUMPS! The Haunted Mask
The duo harken almost an instant connection for me to the 90s and 2000s horror scene where you needed ambiance set. It is like an earwig in the way their songs flow and curl up for a bit in your mind. … More FEATURING: L.E.D. Living with Eating Disorders – The Band
I am a poet and mom of three from Sacramento, California. I love science, especially astrophysics and I often bring that scientific language into my poetry. I like the juxtaposition of visceral imagery and emotion. … More Interview with Michelle Gallagher from Cafe Macabre
Lorraine passed at the age of 92 and between her and Edward, who passed in 2006, had a lifetime that touched so many lives. The paranormal community owes a great debt to these two legendary investigators. May they be together again. … More The Loss of Lorraine Warren
The throes of mourners watching singing her Ava Maria hits emotions and livens the skin with goosebumps. It is truly a sad day as a pillar of hope and muse for many is suffering this blow. … More Through the Fire and the Flames – Notre Dame
I remember hearing about the Sandman as a child; it wasn’t through the Hans Christian Andersen’s story but through The Chordettes version of Mr. Sandman the song. In fact, in almost every rendition that I have had the pleasure to read or hear since I was introduced to the Sandman, every instance has been innocent, good intent, misunderstood, and complex. … More Bring Me A Dream
Here we are again dear readers and this is a doozy of a book. I have had a few reviews go out of order to match up with a monster of the month and because of that to catch up this month will have two separate reviews. The first is book #8 The Girl Who Cried Monster, from Goosebumps, let us begin. … More GOOSEBUMPS! The Girl Who Cried Monster
The Monster of the Month for February was a ghost. Typically when you think of ghost the first place the mind goes is sad or scary. For me, the first place my mind goes to currently is to that of Haunting of Hill House and my favorite character of Nell. … More The Ghost Makeup