Taboo: Episode 7 Review

This recap contains massive spoilers. The penultimate episode of Taboo starts with James (Hardy) watching from a distance as Winter’s (Martinwood) body is laid to rest. As Helga (Potente) mourns,…


Hail Caesar! Review

From Fargo to A Serious Man, the beautifully twisted No Country for Old Men and the cult classic The Big Lebowski, no one can deny that Joel and Ethan Coen are two of the most interesting and…


TV Turn-Offs: Shows We Quit

Ahhh, television. When do you cut your losses and stop watching? How many seasons does it take, or sharks jumped? Or did the end come much, much sooner than that? We maybe living in an era of great…


The Eighth Review

This review stems from a free copy of the aforementioned title.From Dark Regions Press comes The Eighth, Stephanie Wytovich’s debut novel. A contemporary horror tale, the story follows soul-collector…


Taboo: Episode 6 Review

This review contains spoilers and graphic images.Taboo’s sixth episode kicks off with James (Hardy) staring out to the water, as Brace (Hayman) grumbles and mentions James’ dad. Brace jumps to the…


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William H. Keith Jr Interview

Ian Douglas, H. Jay Riker, Robert Cain… all pen names. All belonging to one man: William H. Keith Jr. An author of over more than 150 titles, he has written and forgotten more books than most…


A Dead Man's Guess: Taboo Theories

With three episodes of Taboo to go, mysteries and intrigue continue to abound. Who will come out on top? Who will sadly (or not so sadly) die? Will James Delaney ever be able to give a straight…


Bolo Rising Review

It began in 1976 when Keith Laumer published a series of short stories culminating into a novel-length release called Bolo. His concept revolved around massive, self-aware tanks that fight for…


Taboo: Episode 5 Review

This review contains spoilers.Taboo wastes no time picking up where the drama of the last episode left us. Lorna (Buckley) overlooks the river as James (Hardy) and Thorne (Hall) row to their duel…


Taboo: Episode 4 Review

This review contains spoilers, NSFW scenes and, due to quotes, harsh language. The fourth installment of Taboo opens with James Delaney (Hardy) floating face down in…