Book review: Wrestle Maniacs – Anthology

I loved wrestling in the 80s and 90s. I loved the greats of that era, superstars like The Ultimate Warrior, Hulk Hogan, Macho Man Randy Savage, Legion of Doom. These guys were wrestlers with HUGE personalities that coincided with their obvious skill inside the ring. But how will a wrestling-inspired anthology work? Pretty damn good as…

Book review: Hexagram – Duncan P. Bradshaw

In what sometimes feels like a twisted version of ‘Around the World in 80 Days’ meets ‘Quantum Leap’, Duncan P. Bradshaw’s ‘Hexagram’ is certainly one of the most original horror books that I have come across in 2016. From the opening couple of chapters, featuring a bloody sacrifice, I knew this book was going to…

Interview/Quiz: Duncan P. Bradshaw

  It has been an incredibly busy 12-18 months in the life of writer Duncan P. Bradshaw. Not only is he one third of the Sinister Horror Company – a blossoming horror press based in the U.K. but he now has an impressive catalog of releases to his name. Two zombie novels in the form…

Book Review: Prime Directive – Duncan P. Bradshaw

Duncan P. Bradshaw is one third of the Sinister Horror Company – a small press based in the UK that has been releasing some truly excellent dark fiction over the past twelve months. Each member of the SHC has their own flavour and approach to writing dark fiction. Duncan’s previous releases are zombie novels ‘Class…