Evil clowns are always adorable, but this one lacks that special kind of creep factor to make it memorable.
Less rehash of horror clichés, more of the author’s unique flavor, please.
The author’s writing style is the only reason this unfocused and meandering werewolf tale gets anywhere.
Nice title, but damn if I have no idea at all what is happening in the story.
It starts out solid, but then becomes somewhat a disappointment.
Destructive love, incest, suicide, murder are all tossed into this heady brew of a story, but the author’s self indulgent ways can be annoying.
This one is indeed terrifying, but for all the wrong reasons.
So, how much do you like staring at an author’s belly button?
Here’s a collection of stuff from one of Malaysia’s more popular horror authors. It’s too bad that I can’t get with his style.
Keith Ross organizes another tour to Cthulhu’s playground in Dead But Dreaming 2, and it’s as much a blast as the last time he did this.
Dead but Dreaming is an entertaining anthology – solid stories, without any duds to mar the ultimate Dark Ones experience. Cthulhu would be so proud.
This is a Malaysian-brewed ghost story collection with very little Malaysian flavor. A shame – 13 Moons by Ee Leen Lee really needs a reason to stand out.
Even Japanese horror maestros get the blues.
So much gore, so much violence… and yet, I’m bored throughout it all. Either I’m a sick person or this book has issues. I’m leaning towards the latter.
Frankenstein’s monster, tentacles, demons, ghosts, vampires, topped with a dose of libidinous buggery. Sounds nice, but the end result lacks bite.
Evil woman on the loose… and she’s the main protagonist.
Zombies are played out, but maybe there is one more great story to be had.
If only Mommy had loved them more…
Three people. Man, we need more pages to do this story justice, among other things.
Tentacle demon man, looking for love.