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Review of Ramses the Damned

The bulk of this novel takes place in the early months of 1914 with the specter of the about to erupt First World War looming in the background for, to be frank, no apparent reason. While the gathering tensions are … Continue reading

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Why Resident Evil 7 highlights the limitations of VR horror | GamesRadar+

thout PS VR, the opening of Resident Evil 7: Biohazard is a masterclass in slow-burn tension. The combination of careful pacing, atmospheric sound design and grisly environmental detail create a sense of place so potent that by the time you’re … Continue reading

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As American horror superstar (and self-described fanboy-at-heart) Stephen King explains in a conversational and entertaining introduction, this slender yet impressive anthology owes its very existence to his enthusiasm for short, chilling fiction. It all started when his British publisher (Hodder … Continue reading

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The Fireman by Joe Hill – REVIEW

A plague is spreading as this compelling book opens. Spores of an exotic fungus infect people with what the media dubs ‘Dragonscale’ for the black and gold splotches that appear in strangely beautiful patterns on the skin. Victims begin spontaneously … Continue reading

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