Very pleased announce that Brave New Girls: Tales of Girls who Tech and Tinker, the fifth book in the Brave New Girls anthology series, edited by Paige Daniels and Mary Fan, is out now, and it features my post-apocalypse set story Jessie Jet. Also, accompanying this story is a wonderful illustration by Sean 'Munky Wrench' Eddingfield. … Continue reading New Sci-Fi Anthology – Brave New Girls: Tales of Girls who Tech and Tinker
What is it about werewolves that fascinate us?
I really wanted to like this movie. Fuck! I really wanted to love it.
Very pleased to have have my 80s-set short story 'Running with the Devil' featured in Samhain Secrets, a new Halloween themed horror anthology edited by J.A. Cummings. As the Van Halen inspired title suggests, this story is a bit of a backhanded tribute to heavy-metal from the 80s. A cold wind. The whisper of voices … Continue reading New Horror Anthology: Samhain Secrets
Rutger Hauer is one of my favourite actors. He brought a menacing charisma to every character he portrayed which I found immensely watchable; plus, he frightened the crap out of me as Roy Batty when I first watched Blade Runner on VHS as a young boy (all those years ago) and that instantly made me … Continue reading Rutger Hauer – “All Those Moments . . .”
I really can't say much about this album, other than: disappointed. But, nevertheless, I'll try to elaborate on this. When, in April, it was announced, out of the blue, that Lizzy Borden would be releasing a new album in June, I was really looking forward to hearing it. I wouldn't call myself a massive Lizzy … Continue reading Album Review: My Midnight Things – Lizzy Borden
Thinking that Tobe Hooper's talents would never have lent themselves well to a superhero movie, and as a director whose body of work is maligned enough as it is, I always thought it was something of a blessing he never got to direct a Spider-Man movie for Cannon in the mid-eighties. But then I started … Continue reading The Lost Films of Tobe Hooper: Spider-Man
As I write this the big news in the movie industry at the moment is the underwhelming box office performance of Han Solo: A Star Wars Story, now I can't be bothered to go into all the theories being bandied about as to why the film hasn't attracted an audience like Star Wars films are … Continue reading The Lost Films of Tobe Hooper: White Zombie
April 1st, 1998, twenty years ago this month, Rozz Williams, like King Lear's wise Fool, played a final bitter joke on the world and hanged himself. At the time of his death, Rozz had been out of the official version of Christian Death, the band he founded and named as a teenager, for over a … Continue reading Christian Death @ Underworld, London