“Sweet Dreams Cthulhu” – Kids Bedtime Story Review

ABOUT THE CREATORS We think kids should be exposed to the fantastic and weird at a young age. They love monsters and mythology -- why shouldn't their alphabet books and toy shelves also be filled with these things? That's why we create fun, quality Lovecraft and horror themed products that the whole family will enjoy.... Continue Reading →

“Midnight Sky #4” – Comic Review

(W) James Pruett (A/CA) Scott Van Domelen (C) Ilaria Fella After discovering the Changelings' plans for human children, Jennifer, Elita, and Alejandro find themselves on the run from their hunters who are attempting to eliminate Elita as a threat, as her reputation continues to inspire the desperate humans. While attempting to avoid detection by following... Continue Reading →

“Midnight Sky #3” – Comic Review

(W) James Pruett (A/CA) Scott Van Domelen (C) Ilaria Fella Cover By Scott Van Domelen (also War of the Worlds Homage) "Salvation Children." Staring into the face of death from uncaged wild animals at the Florida Zoo, Jennifer and her two children, Alejandro and Elita, must find a way to escape before becoming dinner themselves.... Continue Reading →

“Midnight Sky #2” – Comic Review

(W) James Pruett (A/CA) Scott Van Domelen (C) Ilaria Fella Covers By Scott Van Domelen (also Invasion of the Body Snatchers Homage) For over a decade the world has been at war with an invisible, secret enemy that is undetectable because they look like everyone else. What would your friends do or say when they... Continue Reading →

“Graveyard Slaughter” – Comic Review

Lunchbox Press proudly presents Graveyard Slaughter. Lunchbox Press invites you back to those video stores of old. This collection of four horror epics is written by Cullen Bunn and Kevin Watkins. The stories are illustrated by a host of amazing talent, including Javier Saltares, Blacky Shepherd, Gary Bedell, and Adam McLaughlin. We are also pleased... Continue Reading →

“LUCID SCREAMS” – Book Review

Red Lagoe known for Fair Haven, releases her second book that isn't a collaboration with any other authors entitled. Lucid Screams. And the synopsis is has follows. Monsters take many forms—mythical creature, human, inner demon, fear… When confronted by such savage beasts, the vulnerability of humanity is often exposed. These sixteen horror stories explore the... Continue Reading →

“The Lighthouse” – Movie Review

From the director of, The Witch. Robert Eggers is set for his next film project. The Lighthouse.The story of two lighthouse keepers on a remote and mysterious New England island in the 1890s. Now, this could go either way. We saw the backlash of The Witch, the good and well those expecting “more”. When it was... Continue Reading →

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