Red Tash and Jack Wallen battle it out on the topic of Horror. Let’s drop the gauntlets of doom and see who comes up breathing.
As a writer of horror (and other sundries) I am always asked why I write a genre that will forever take a back seat to most other genres. The answer to that one question is simple — because it’s my passion. But that question actually begs of numerous, multi-layered questions. I thought, what better place […]
A game of death. A battle for life. The slaughter of the innocent is at hand and a dreadful game that began during The Depression, has come to claim new victims. Death has found a new dealer and the game a new ferocity. Detectives Jamie Davenport and Skip Abrahms find themselves in a race to […]
Disclaimer: These letters are fiction. They are meant for entertainment purposes and are only loosely based on real killers. Within my collection of dark delights, there are items that I treasure far and away above all else. There are also items that I have had to go to great lengths to acquire. This particular missive […]
It’s a rare occasion that a horror film is called “the best film of the year”. But in the case of The Cabin in the Woods, it’s something fans of The Hunger Games just might have to deal with. This film is that good. But this might be one of the hardest reviews I’ve ever […]
Disclaimer: These letters are fiction. They are meant for entertainment purposes and are only loosely based on real killers. Piety at the hand of a twisted, merciless killer is something everyone should witness. Either first hand, or vicariously through, say, a letter – the proclamation of divinity from the mouths of the insane, is a […]
I’ve been tweeting zombie survival tips on twitter for some time now. They’ve been such a big hit, I thought I’d collect some of them here, for those of you not on twitter to enjoy. So read these carefully, they might one day save your brains from the nomming horde.
To some this day is one of pure dread and horror. Yet others think it just a day filled with bad luck waiting to rain down from bleak skies. Still, others find it a day of celebration — a day just shy of Halloween in order of evil magnitude. But where did this myth come […]
Forget the Satanic Bible by Anton Lavey — I’m talkin’ pure, nasty, ugly evil. This is the kind of evil that makes demons and other vile nasties appear out of nowhere, the kind that turns mortal men and women into banshees, vampires, and soul-sucking thingies. Dare you gaze upon the books I mention here? Dare […]
The Zombie King must abide his loyal subjects. One way I can lavish my lovelies is by keeping you apprised of the zombie goings on for this coming summer. So hold on to your brains (else they get nomm’d)… here’s the list.
Lie Zombie Lie is the forth book in the I Zombie series of post-apocalyptic zombie novels written by, yours truly, Jack Wallen. Here, Jack reads the first few pages of this soon to be published work for a sneak peak at what is to come! Enjoy a little Zombie Theatre!
Fellow Zombie writer, Jessica Meigs has her first book, The Becoming, published with Permuted Press. She has written a novella to support that book. Here’s what you need to know about it and where you can get it.
And now… it’s time to get undead with fellow zombie author, Julianne Snow. Are you ready to get your brains nommed?