Review: Opium and Absinthe (2020) by Lydia Kang
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Review: Opium and Absinthe (2020) by Lydia Kang

“New York City, 1899. Tillie Pembroke’s sister lies dead, her body drained of blood and with two puncture wounds on her neck. Bram Stoker’s new novel, Dracula, has just been published, and Tillie’s imagination leaps to the impossible: the murderer is a vampire. But it can’t be—can it? Tillie can’t bring herself to believe vampires exist. … Continue reading

Tales from the Crypt (1972) #25DaysofCreepmas
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Tales from the Crypt (1972) #25DaysofCreepmas

Christmas and homicide go together like coffee and pumpkin pie. There’s something so enthralling about a woman being strangled with tinsel and a man being impaled by an icicle with melodic carols softly playing in the background. This little beaut is the novelization for the 1972 movie, which features the murderous holiday segment ‘And All … Continue reading