⚡️ REVIEW: The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein ⚡️

The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein envisions a young ward of the Frankenstein family who captures the eye of Victor. Escaping from her life of poverty seems like a dream and she ingratiates herself with the family becoming a companion to their unusual son. She begins to see that something might be not quite rightContinue reading “⚡️ REVIEW: The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein ⚡️”

Pub Day REVIEW: The Final Girl Support Group

“After a while, you start to realize that your life isn’t the thing that happens between the monsters, your life is the monsters.” —————————– Grady Hendrix is one of my favorite authors, his creepy creations are just everything for me. The Southern Book Club’s Guide for Slaying Vampires was in my top ten last year,Continue reading “Pub Day REVIEW: The Final Girl Support Group”

REVIEW: Shutter

Betty is “tall, thin and lost.” She’s just Anthony Marino’s type. Anthony is Hollywood’s it boy and he thinks Betty is perfect for his new project. He offers her $40,000 to join the film which has no script and will require her to change her appearance and spend a few weeks in a remote MaineContinue reading “REVIEW: Shutter”

🧛🏼‍♂️ REVIEW: The Lights of Prague 🧛🏼‍♀️

“Prague did not know Domek, did not need him, but his life was overlaid on the ancient streets in watercolor, the patterns sheer and impermanent.” ————————————- I’ve found another fabulous addition to my vampire book collection. The Lights of Prague is dark and compelling and full of unusual magic and monsters. Domek is a lamplighter,Continue reading “🧛🏼‍♂️ REVIEW: The Lights of Prague 🧛🏼‍♀️”

🌴 REVIEW: Perfect Days 🌴

WTF?! What did I just read?! It had all of the creepy stalkery goodness of You, with hint of Misery and a dash of Dexter all rolled into one crazy package. 😱 Teo is a medical student and is slightly introverted… his closest friend is his corpse from anatomy lab. But he seems like aContinue reading “🌴 REVIEW: Perfect Days 🌴”

REVIEW: Mina and the Undead

Are vampires real? Mina doesn’t think so. But she loves the lore of it, from Dracula to Lestat her family is immersed. When she agrees to spend the summer in New Orleans with her sister, she finds herself surrounded by dead bodies. At first it seems like they are coincidences, after all they do workContinue reading “REVIEW: Mina and the Undead”

Pub Day Review: The Lost Village

Are you looking for a creepy slow burn mystery that will raise the hair on the back of your neck? Then The Lost Village is for you. It follows a small group of Scandinavian filmmakers who are investigating the mystery of an old mining town that was found deserted in the late 50’s. The group isContinue reading “Pub Day Review: The Lost Village”

REVIEW: Tender is the Flesh

We made it to the weekend y’all! Are you looking for a book that will make you super uncomfortable? Dystopian and super creepy? I mean 2021 hasn’t been crazy enough yet, right? —————————— “I don’t get why a person’s smile is considered attractive. When someone smiles they are showing off their skeleton.” ———————————- This bookContinue reading “REVIEW: Tender is the Flesh”