Month: June 2020

Here’s our review of Ramsey Campbell’s creepy horror, The Wise Friend. By Sarah Lines 05-06-20 32 Author: Ramsey Campbell Publisher: Flame Tree Press Released: Out now Price: £20 Ever thought you saw a shadow move out of the corner of your eye when you were alone? Even if you’re not prone to getting spooked, reading
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We think we understand the fine line Space Force is trying to tread – a balancing tightrope act between ‘charming workplace comedy’ and ‘current political satire’. Unfortunately it’s not quite witty enough for it to be an effective satire and it’s not really funny enough to be a laugh-out-loud comedy either. However, there are certainly
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We review No Signal, the sequel to Jem Tugwell’s Proximity and the latest in the iMe series. By Burt Peterson 04-06-20 1,979 Author: Jem Tugwell Publisher: Serpentine Books Released: Out now Price: £8.99 It has been a year since the events of Jem Tugwell’s first book in the iMe series, Proximity, and for Detective Inspector
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Can you tell us a bit about your upcoming book, The Southern Book Club’s Guide To Slaying Vampires? Growing up, I hated my mum’s book club; I thought they were just a bunch of silly housewives, but when I got to know them as adults I realised I was the idiot. These women had dealt
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Image credit: Jamie Ferguson. Netflix has announced that Paul Feig is on board to direct its upcoming fairytale series The School For Good And Evil. Based on the bestselling book by Soman Chainani, the screenplay will be adapted by David Magee (Life of Pi, Mary Poppins Returns, Finding Neverland) and Laura Solon (Office Christmas Party, Let It
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Disney has announced that Frozen 2 will be available two weeks ahead of schedule on Friday 3 July on Disney+ in the UK and Ireland. Frozen 2 follows Elsa, together with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven, on a journey into the unknown (yes we still have that song stuck in our heads too) to discover the
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The 21st Arrow FrightFest will not be taking place on its usual August dates but the organisers will be expanding their London Halloween event. By Rachael Harper 02-06-20 3,270 The organisers of the excellent Arrow FrightFest have announced that due to the continuing COVID-19 restrictions on social distancing, its traditional five day event in August has
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Centring on the idea that if someone is killed in a fit of a rage, the act curses the house it takes place in and leaves anyone who enters it mad, murderous and suicidal (in turn, making their own home a new site of infectious evil), Nicolas Pesce’s The Grudge bends Takashi Shimizu’s mythology to
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