Harry Potter and the Cursed Child stage show review

A review of the stage play everybody talks about!

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The Jesus Incident (book review)
Dune by Frank Herbert was published in 1965. I have read Dune twice, one when I was a kid and once in high school. I recently listened to the book on tape on the internet, and its language is as accessible and gripping as it was back in the 1990s... Read more
The Cairo Detective: Maps

IndianaPeach presents Maps, the latest novella in the Cairo Detective series.

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The BFG Official Teaser #1 (Trailer Review)

Disney has released the first teaser trailer for Steven Spielberg’s “The BFG”! Click the link to see what we thought of it.

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The Name of the Wind headed to multiple screens
It looks like Patrick Rothfuss’s book ‘The Name of the Wind‘ is finally headed for a big screen treatment. Oh and one for Television and a Video Game too. It’s known as TheKingkiller Chronicles and while the third book in the series has not been released yet, there are... Read more
Happy 68th Birthday, Stephen King: A Supernaughts Tribute

A belated tribute to Stephen King, who turned 68 this Monday. Four Supernaughts columnists write about the impact the “King of Horror” had on them.

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Anne Rice Vs the Outrage Culture
Anne Rice is calling attention to what she thinks is a form of censorship going on in the literary world. Yesterday on her Facebook Rice wrote: I think we are facing a new era of censorship, in the name of political correctness. There are forces at work in the... Read more
A New (unfinished) Tolkien book: The Story of Kullervo has a release date
You might remember a few years back the Tolkien estate sued New Line for creating video games based off characters in The Lord of the Rings universe. The lawsuit claimed, “that the defendants actions had caused “irreparable harm to Tolkien’s legacy.” Not to be outdone by New Line, the... Read more
Book Review: The Forever War by Joe Haldeman

AsimovLives reviews The Forever War by Joe Haldeman.

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Eric Red Interview: From Vampires to Werewolves
Originally Published on November 7, 2013 at 5:25 pm Eric Red is reponsible for two of the most iconic horror movies of the ’80s (Near Dark and The Hitcher), a greatly underrated crime thriller (Tate and Cohen), plus a damn good horror flick that flew under the radar (100... Read more
T.M. Wright Interview: “Enjoy the Cash, Hope For the Best”
Originally published on October 4, 2013 at 4:02 am   The following interview originally appeared on the Apex Online website, and though no longer available there, I decided to post it here, as I think it gives valuable insight into the creative process as well as detailing a book... Read more
Of Top Hats And Empty Devils: A Doctor Sleep Review
Originally published on September 27, 2013 at 10:47 pm   (Please note, I will attempt to keep this as spoiler free as possible, referring to plot points that are readily available on the dust jacket. However, if you don’t want to know anything, read the book first and then... Read more
Shut Up Kids #35: Joe Lansdale
Airdate: 13-April-2014 In this episode, the guys are joined by Jeff Myers so they can geek out on Nick Nightly’s favorite author, Joe Lansdale. In the Best of the Week segment they discuss David Letterman being replaced by Stephen Colbert, Zach Braff and the death of the Ultimate Warrior.... Read more