Monthly Archives: August 2016

“Anthropoid”

For all intents and purposes, from March 15, 1939, until May 8, 1945, Czechoslovakia (now the Czech Republic) was under occupation by Nazi, German forces. The SS (Schutzstaffel), a paramilitary organization within the German army that, amongst other grisly tasks: … Continue reading

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“Car Nex: Skin Job By Michael Thomas-Knight”

I was recently contacted by Michael Thomas-Knight from Parlor of Horror, which is a blog I follow on wordpress.com. He e-mailed me to inquire if I would be interested in writing a review of his novella, “Car Nex: Skin Job,” … Continue reading

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“The Night Stalker”

When I first learned that a movie was being made called “The Night Stalker,” I wondered if it was based on a book I had read several years earlier. The book I am referring to, which shares the same title … Continue reading

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“Thirteen – A Well Executed Miniseries From The BBC”

The compelling, five-part miniseries, “Thirteen,“ opens up with an aerial view of a residential neighborhood. When the camera stops panning, it focuses in on a house with a red door. Within seconds, the door opens, and out steps a bewildered … Continue reading

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