The Horror Club’s 3 Best Reviewed Books for 2018

It's the end of the year, and The Horror Club has decided to share the top three books the site has given the highest review ratings to throughout the year. 1) Hope and Walker by Andrew Cull:   Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️   Our thoughts: Exhilarating prose shrouded within a mysterious story, topped off with an interesting character,... Continue Reading →

Review: Oni-Gokko (Tag)

8 Mins | 2012 Director, Writer & Editor: Shane Ryan  _____________________________________ When it comes to Japanese films, there is a sense that they have more freedom than those from West, mainly the US and UK. Common examples would be Ringu and Ju-on, with the American versions being toned down to a certain degree. Shane Ryan's... Continue Reading →

Zombie War Issue 1 & 2

Authors: Kevin Eastman and Tom Skulan Genres: Action/Horror/Zombies ___________________________________________________________________ There's something to be said when sitting down to tuck into a zombie comic/book, especially one with the undead having the ability to speak and shoot guns. However, with Zombie War, that's where the excitement ends. If there was ever a comic to sum itself up, it's... Continue Reading →

Review of Kay Oliver’s SICKO

SICKO is a collection of six short stories (and one titular novella), and attempts to travel into the pyche of a deranged individual. Here, author, Kay Oliver, presents us with situations of everyday life, from father-son bonding to a simple phone call to a 9-11 operator; but life isn't that simple, as someone has to... Continue Reading →

Interview with Darren Shan

Darren Shan is the author of the 12 book series, Zom-B, the 10 part series The Demonata, and the bestselling series Cirque du Freak (known over in this side of the pond as The Saga of Darren Shan), for which he became a big name in the publishing industry in 2000. His books have sold... Continue Reading →

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