Book Features

Legends Reborn: An Interview With Author Douglas Brown

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When someone has a day off from work, they usually sleep in; Douglas Brown, on the other hand, writes stories. Brown writes fantasy and horror novels when he’s not working as a fireman. His... more

15 Stephen King Shorts That Would Make Epic Movies

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Last time, we counted down the top 10 Stephen King books that needed to make it to the silver screen. Now we’re listing King’s short stories that we think need the same treatment. King’s novels... more

10 Stephen King Novels That Would Make Amazing Movies

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If Edgar Allan Poe is the master of horror of the 19th century and H. P. Lovecraft the master in the 20th century, then Stephen King is the master in the 21st... more

What Is Hellraiser’s Pinhead’s Real Identity?

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Ed’s note: Fan Fix by Nathan Adler, is one man, and one major fan’s tireless efforts to fix continuity in comics, in the ultimate chronicle of character histories and fan theory into... more

Does Fringe: The Zodiac Paradox Transcend A TV Series Cash-In?

Does Fringe: The Zodiac Paradox Transcend A TV Series Cash-In?
I am a lack-lustre television viewer at the best of times, so perhaps it is unsurprising that I missed the foray surrounding FOX Entertainment’s science-fiction series Fringe. Created by J. J.... more

Is Danie Ware’s Ecko Rising More Of A Literary Descent?

Is Danie Ware's Ecko Rising More Of A Literary Descent?
Upon its release in September 2012, Danie Ware’s debut novel, Ecko Rising was lauded as a sophisticated juxtaposition of science fiction and fantasy. Indeed, the hype surrounding the book’s... more

Is Plague Nation A Must Read Zombie Apocalypse For Girls?

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Plague Nation is the 2nd Novel in the gripping Zombie series penned by the fabulous Dana Fredsti. Dana picks us right up where we left off and takes us on another adventure, and it's every bit as... more

Does Stephen Kings Joyland Crack The Hard Boiled Crime Genre?

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It is quite an embarrassing thing to admit that in the summer of 2013 I graduated from my Masters in English Literature, but I had never read a Stephen King book before. What can I say? I was too... more

E-Book: ALIEN (From The Perspective Of Jones The Cat). What Next? Predator From The Point Of View Of The Scorpion?…..Hmmmm

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I know that whilst Ripley was technically the hero of Alien, we all had a soft spot for the ginger (and by that we mean, Jones, the crew's Ginger Tomcat). If I remember correctly, the cat even... more

The Hunger Games Vs Twilight – Who Wins!

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The children’s literature explosion hadn’t hit when I was an impressionable pre-teen, so I spent my tweenage years alternating between Sweet Valley High and the 1800s of Austen novels. If I’d... more

Sasha looks at THE HUNGER GAMES (And The Comparisons With TWILIGHT And BATTLE ROYALE)

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By Sasha Ferguson The Hunger Games. The Hunger Games is a series of books written by Suzanne Collins. The motion picture is set to be released on 23rd March 2012 and is expected to be a... more

Valentines Day Nerds Special: Great couples In Nerd-dom

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  Valentines Day Nerds Special: Great couples In Nerd-dom Contains Spoilers: You might think that cynicism, apathy and a relationship history that's more “500 days of Summer” than... more

Si Spurrier’s Expletive Fuelled Viral Video That We Really Encourage You To Watch

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Si Spurrier is a very talented man, and has recently written some things I loved in the form of X Club, Judge Dredd comics and some Warhammer (that I confess I haven't acutally read, but chucked... more

Recommendations For 2012: Games, TV, Books, Films And (kinda) Comics

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Fortunately for us nerds, there are many great things coming in the next year. Unfortunately for me, that scoundrel we all know and love as the Bad Man listed most of them in his “The BAD MAN’s... more

Books Vs Films: A TWILIGHT Retrospective

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By Sasha Ferguson   Twilight (The Movie) was released in 2008 and spelled the beginning of a cult phenomenon. Based on the popular novels by the American author Stephenie Meyer, the movies... more

Why Women Love Vampires

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By: Katie "the Vamp Queen" Dalton It's an age old question; why do women love vampires so much? Where does this fixation come from? How the hell can men ever compare to vamps? All valid questions... more