C. Robert Cargill talks horror, Deus Ex, and comic book origins

Words: Brody Rossiter Twitter: @BrodyRossiter NIGHTMARE WEAVER C. Robert Cargill’s writing career began as a film critic contributing reviews to various high-profile websites. Nearly fifteen years later, the writer once best known under his pseudonym, Massawyrm, is one of horror storytelling’s most vital voices. After Cargill and screenwriting partner Scott Derrickson struck a refreshingly scary […]

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Book Review: In Dark Service

Words: Brody Rossiter Twitter: @BrodyRossiter SKY CRIMES Stephen Hunt has made a name for himself as an accomplished purveyor of fantasy, crime and steampunk fiction. The author of the best-selling Jackelian Series and the founder of the popular online genre magazine, SF Crowsnest, has consistently merged the thrilling with the unique. Hunt’s latest offering not […]

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The Boy with the Porcelain Blade Review

Words: Brody Rossiter Twitter: @BrodyRossiter A DANCE OF PORCELAIN AND STEEL The fantastical writings of Den Patrick have embodied many forms since the  author’s debut excursions into warring far-flung worlds. The promising writer’s first three titles published under science fiction purveyors Gollancz, arrived in the guise of deeply layered, blood-splattered ‘War-manuals’. Patrick provided vast yet […]

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Twenty Trillion Leagues Under the Sea Review

Words: Brody Rossiter Twitter: @BrodyRossiter DEEP DOWN Whether it is one of the many film adaptations, a comic book ink interpretation, musical extravaganza, Disneyland ride, or literary re-interpretation, Jules Verne’s celebrated sci-fi classic, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, is one of the most enduring tales of mankind’s unwavering spirit to survive upon and explore […]

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Man of Steel: Inside the Legendary World of Superman Book Review

As the rubble, dust and shredded skyscraper metal from the destruction of Metropolis finally begins to the settle, the reactions of fans and critics alike towards Zack Snyder’s Superman reboot, Man of Steel, have situated the action-packed blockbuster as one of the most divisive and controversial examples of mainstream summer cinema of possibly all time. […]

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