Column: The Vault of Secrets: Fiend Without a Face (1958)

This entry is part 4 of 9 in the series The Vault of Secrets 2014

Fiend Without a Face (1958). Directed by: Arthur Crabtree. Starring: Marshall Thompson, Kynaston Reeves, Kim Parker.

Welcome back to the Vault of Secrets, where we’ll be unearthing another classic (or not-so-classic) vintage horror film for your delectation. This month’s episode is another classic brought to us thanks to the untiring efforts of the good folks over at Criterion: Fiend Without a Face. There’s a …

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Column: Global Ghoul: Review: Eden (1994)

Eden, cover.
This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Global Ghoul 2014

Eden. (1994). Story and Art By: Vince.

Eden by French creator Vince is the quintessential Heavy Metal story. It’s a Technicolor BladeRunner-inspired romp painted by the artistic lovechild of Richard Corben and Brendan McCarthy.

Eden is peopled by wonky, old-school robots; deformed mutants; and modified humans with odd – sometimes even brutal or jarring – fashion sense. Chunky techno-towers rise into the sky, and garish …

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Column: On the Marches of Dreamland: Review: Weirder Shadows Over Innsmouth

Weird Shadows Over Innsmouth
This entry is part 2 of 7 in the series On the Marches of Dreamland 2014

Jones, Stephen, ed. Weirder Shadows Over Innsmouth. Fedogan & Bremer: 2013. $35. ISBN: 978-1-878252-07-4.

In the Lovecraft universe, Innsmouth is the most blighted piece of real estate on Earth. Arkham may have its pockets of oddities. You may want to stay out of subterranean Boston and the Vermont woods, but the whole town of Innsmouth has never been the same since Captain Marsh…
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Review: The Lord Came at Twilight


Mills, Daniel. The Lord Came at Twilight. Dark Renaissance Books (2014). Paperback. 228 pages. ISBN-13: 978-1937128876.

This is the second time I’ve reviewed a collection in these pages that contained a story that I’d previously acquired for publication in Fungi. As with the last such occasion, I consider myself lucky enough to call Mr. Mills a friend, though I must admit that I was a fan first. I was introduced to the work of Daniel Mills when he…
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