Leonora Shaw has been invited to a bachelorette party. The bride? Someone she hasn’t spoken to in 10 years, 10 years ago when she left everything painful behind.Catching herself by surprise, she agrees to go and in turn, is shacked up with strangers in a strange glass house for an entire strange, trying weekend. And …
Overall, this novel was a unique combination of genres that skillfully and efficiently delivered drama, suspense, and a small scale of emotional stress.
Directed and written by Jordan Galland, this new outlook on the exorcism sub-genre delivers intrigue with stylistic cinematography, a killer soundtrack, and enough twists to make a game of Twister. Ignore the shoddy ratings on this one, folks.
Teen girl horror in all its glory, with hints of William Blatty, accurately sum up the furiously popular novel by Danielle Vega, The Merciless. If you’re interested in a quick, fun, and entertaining read, pick up this cute pink and pentagram-ed book filled with bottomless wine bottles, cat fights, and Satan.
Brace yourself for a fun and infuriating ride. Hush tackles everyday fears & struggles and amplifies them to the extreme. Giving you concentrated suspense and moments of audience outcry, this is a thriller you just have to endure.
Move over, Boogeyman. The Bye Bye Man is coming this June. Directed by Stacy Title and written by Jonathan Penner, The Bye Bye man is a terror tale based off of the short story by author Robert Damon Schneck.
Another horror anthology was thrown to us horror fiends this April. Entitled Holidays, the anthology covers-you guessed it-the major holidays celebrated. While I think this could have also gone with the title, Hellmark Holidays, it does deliver unique stories and classic, albeit safe entertainment.