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Review: MTV’s Scream – Episode 1

Let me start off by saying that I love slasher films. Everything from A Nightmare on Elm Street to Slaughter High to The Burning are among my favorites. Hell, I

Books Short Stories

Review: “Just a Little Terrible” by Vincent V. Cava

When I first sat down to read Vincent V. Cava’s “Just a Little Terrible” I thought it would be just another one of the average short story collections you find


Review: Archie vs. Predator – Issue #3

This issue opens with Riverdale in ruins after the Predator has decimated the population and torn the town to shreds. The usual gang is now down to a few key players,


Review: We Are Still Here

We Are Still Here is a new horror film that draws inspiration from the films of the seventies to deliver an intense vision of terror. Either this is a case of

B-Movies and E-Books Podcasts

B-Movies and E-Books – Episode 22: We Are Still Here and Just A Little Terrible

On this Episode of B-Movies and Ebooks, Craig Wade and Brian Alan DeLaney review the brand new horror film, "We Are Still Here", and the Vincent V. Cava Flash Fiction

The Weekend Stream – 6/19/2015

It’s that day of the week again. You know, the one that shines above all others like a beacon of hope and humanity in a desperate city filled with evil. I’m


Review: Dark Skies

I browsed through my Netflix queue searching for something that I have not seen and Dark Skies seemed like a good fit, given the fact that Tropical Storm Bill will


Review: Jurassic World

Ah, the dreaded third sequel, the fourth movie in a series, should it be made? How well will it be received? Will it be a failure like Alien Resurrection and

Cool Stuff Movies

The Weekend Stream – 6/12/15 Edition

In this new BmoviesandEBooks.com column, we plan on showcasing our weekend recommendations for your weekend Netflix binge-watching habits. Because who really cares about going outside anyway? For the weekend of


Review: “Revival” by Stephen King

At this point, Stephen King is a national treasure, even for those who choose not to read his material. His twisted, dark, and sometimes beautiful visions have given birth to