Tag: Fear Friday

Some Creature Features you might consider by Gerry Griffiths

I’m a big fan of Creature Features and thought it would be nice to pay forward and share a few of my favorite books that I have enjoyed reading throughout the years. Some I imagine you have already read but here’s hoping there are ones that you haven’t and that […]

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The Business of Defilement by George Lea

I’m perpetually fascinated by the metaphysical potential of horror, that is; it’s capacity to allow us to explore certain facets of our own abstract selves and operation. What distinguishes horror from most other genres is that it takes a perverse, almost sadomasochistic delight in exposing the stuff that we would […]

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Embracing the Short Story by Gerry Griffiths

It often saddens me when a reviewer of an anthology or a short story collection blatantly states that he or she doesn’t normally read short stories for one reason or another. I love short stories. They’re a great economical way to digest a number of stories in one sitting and […]

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Fear by Kyle Trujillo

Horror is not a creature of space crafts and cemeteries. Horror is not the product of blood and savagery. Surely there is a fear to be found among ghouls and lairs, but greater terror belongs to the simple objects of our lives. Pure horror is the mundane made awful. Given […]

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