Ron MilesFarewell, Wes Craven
I was the perfect age for Wes Craven. I suppose by extension that should mean that I am still the perfect age for Wes Craven, but let's face it: As a middle-aged guy who has lost track of the current zeitgiest of modern horror, I don't have anything interesting to contribute. But as a sixteen-year-old boy in the winter of 1984, A Nightmare on Elm Street was completely transformative.
4 days ago
Ron MilesDeathlands - Forbidden Trespass
With May's release of Forbidden Trespass Gold Eagle continues its continued slow-motion sprint towards the not-quite-untimely demise of the Deathlands series. (It's hard to call it untimely when the three-decade-old series has outlived all of its genre contemporaries by a solid twenty years.) The good news is, this entry continues the surprising trend of being a solidly entertaining novel in the series' final year. It is almost cruel that after years of repetitions, predictable story lines, Ryan Cawdor and company are finally getting some very interesting and inventive adventures just in time to (probably) disappear forever.
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