Reviewing the very fabric of reality one page at a time
While I'll read (and review) just about anything I can get my hands on that interests me, I'm naturally drawn to genre fiction (fantasy, horror, and science fiction). It's the power of imagination that intrigues me, and the ability to tell stories about things that have never been, and might never be.
A literary hotspot for dark fiction enthusiasts
Blood Re(a)d is our column where we peel back the covers of dark fiction books everywhere and dissect what lies beneath. Dark fiction is our bread and butter. Bloody Bookish is looking for Book Review Requests with darker, atmospheric elements including the following genres:Horror, Science Fiction, Surreal, Weird, Bizarro, Suspense, Thriller, Extreme (splatterpunk, viceral), Supernatural (demons, zombies, etc.), Paranormal, Psychological Cyberpunk, Dystopian, Mysteries, Steampunk, Vampire, Gothic
Horror Book Reviews
Andrew is a British expat librarian in the U.S. He's a keen horror enthusiast and lover of the macabre. Horror is his passion and he's always looking for the next scare. Book-wise, he likes a wide variety of horror. Clive Barker's collection The Books of Blood ignited his passion for horror. Movie-wise, he especially loves the campy movies of the 70s and 80s, Lucio Fulci, Dario Argento and the ilk. He likes to help spread the word about horror authors and their titles.
Honest reviews of audiobooks, sci-fi, technothrillers, post-apocalyptic and more
Post-Apocalyptic, Bio-Thrillers, Zombie, and Prepper Fiction. This is my bread and butter. The world is failing — why? Or people who aren’t normally the first to make it are forced into a survival situation. I just love it, there’s something about the mix of science fiction, fact, and just great thriller writing in most post-apocalyptic fiction that I can’t get enough of.
Horror/Speculative Fiction in Books and Film/Television
I created Castle Macabre as an offshoot of my main book blog, True Book Addict, to celebrate my love of the horror and speculative fiction genres. While the main focus here will be books, I will occasionally talk about horror/speculative genre films, as I simply adore being scared and tend to prefer horror films (mostly).
Cemetery Dance Publications is widely-considered the world’s leading specialty press publisher of horror and dark suspense
Our flagship magazine, Cemetery Dance, has won every major genre award and is healthier than ever — with a higher newsstand and subscriber circulation than ever before, ever-increasing advertiser support, and a continuing reputation for superb content and design. We’re well-known for publishing the biggest and the brightest stars in the genre, often before they’re discovered by the big New York publishers.
Horror Fiction Review Site
Dark Hall Press – subsidiary of New Street Communications, LLC – is a boutique publisher of superior Horror and SciFi literature. We do not publish very many books, but those that we do are among the best out there. We publish in paper, Kindle and audio editions. They also offer reviews in horror and dark fiction.
A virtual magazine about the books that keep you up at night
Dark Scribe Magazine is a free web-based publication that focuses exclusively on the creative forces behind horror, suspense, thrillers, and other dark fiction and non-fiction works. While the thrust of the magazine is on writers, we maintain a strong secondary focus on the editors, artists, retailers, short story fiction markets, and Internet sites that support all aspects of dark genre literature. Our target audience includes readers of horror, dark fantasy, suspense, mysteries, thrillers, and other dark fiction and non-fiction, genre authors, publishers, retailers, and web masters, aspiring writers, and bibliophiles.
Horror and science fiction reviews
Don's been reviewing horror and science fiction on his site for seven years and was reviewer for Science Fiction Chronicle and other places for thirty years before that. There are several hundred horror reviews posted there now. He doesn't charge but he also does not accept eBooks.
Offering reviews in books, comics, and films in horror
Fangoria is a monthly horror and exploitation film magazine, which has been in continuous production since 1979.
Fantasy and horror novel reviews provided by Terry Weyna at Fantasy Literature Reviews
Terry Weyna has been on staff with Fantasy Literature Reviews since December 2010, would rather be reading than doing almost anything else. She provides reviews in horror fiction.
Former radio personality in Tucson & Philly turned horror reviewer
Frank Michael Errington has been reviewing, primarily horror, for a few years now. No charge. He's also had more than 40 reviews published by CemeteryDanceOnline.com since it's inception in July of 2015.
Ginger Nuts of Horror is your premiere source of horror-related news and reviews
The brainchild of owner/CEO Jim Mcleod, Ginger Nuts of Horror is your premiere source of horror-related news and reviews. Through frequent, quality updates, the Ginger Nuts of Horror team is always at work, bringing you feature articles, in-depth interviews, giveaway competitions, media reviews, and much more. We’re not paid to promote the products we review, so we can guarantee honesty in highlighting the best (and worst) of what the world of horror has to offer.
Fiction, movies, and art dedicated to the horror genre
Founder David B. Silva began Hellnotes in 1995 as a weekly email newsletter with a hardcopy component and a paid subscription base. Since then, it’s gone through a number of transformations and today delivers the same horror genre news and information several times a day for free. Hellnotes, owned by JournalStone Publishing, remains dedicated to bringing you the best information on the internet, covering horror movies, horror fiction, horror comics, horror writers, and more.
Your delightfully dark home for horror
Offers weekly scheduled reviews in horror fiction and accepts requests. Jeanette Andromeda also discusses horror podcasts, dark art, and all other things strange and wonderful.
Honesty in the terror
Matt Molgaard has been a contributing writer for some of the world’s largest horror (and film in general) publications, including Fangoria, Horror Asylum, Relativity Media and (currently) Best-Horror-Movies. Horror Novel Reviews is a platform designed with the goal of sharing thoughts and analysis on some of today’s finest horror fiction with you, the reader and fan.
Horror Palace provides honest succinct horror book reviews
Horror Palace provides honest succinct horror book reviews. Each is a concise summary of the book providing a description, critical analysis, and evaluation of its significance as a horror book. Importantly, our evaluation will help you determine if you would appreciate and enjoy reading it.
The best in horror since 2002
Offers reviews in horror novels, horror comics, and horror movies and television.
A community haven for horror writers
Features reviews in books, movies, television, and comics. Also hosts short format fiction from contributors and supplies regular articles about the horror genre.
Horrornews.net features daily news, film announcements, film and book reviews, interviews, live podcast shows and a collective of original exclusive articles covering all aspects of the horror industry
Horrornews.net is a popular horror genre site marketed to all aspects of the Horror industry. While horror is our #1 focus, we also feature extensive material on the Paranormal, Asian Horror, Cult Films, Fantasy and Extreme Action. Horrornews.net is comprised of over 60 writers who contribute various aspects to the site. Established in 2008. Horrornews.net features daily news, film announcements, film and book reviews, interviews, live podcast shows and a collective of original exclusive articles covering all aspects of the horror industry.
Offers reviews across all categories, but also includes young adult horror and dark fiction
Majanka is twenty-five years old and she's loved reading from the moment she finished her first book. She has a Master of Laws degree, and is studying for her Master of Criminology degree. She's been blogging about books since 2010 and became an official reviewer for ind'Tale Magazine in September 2014. She promotes authors and sets up virtual book tours through Enchanted Book Promotions. She writes books for children and young adults. Find out more about her writing here. She also designs websites and graphics on I Heart Designs. On top of that, she's also a freelance editor for Booktrope. Find her editing portfolio on The OverAchiever.
Provides book, movie, game, and television reviews in horror
Little Blog of horror is a horror blog with product, book and movie reviews as well as interviews and other related articles.
Melissa Helwig offers reviews for various formats
I'm a horror addict. I’ve been watching horror movies for as long as I can remember. My first scary movie memory is from The Amityville Horror. The glowing green windows, and the window slamming shut on the boy’s fingers and getting stuck, terrified me - and left me wanting more. From then on I was obsessed with horror. Which is why I decided to create a blog that focuses on everything horror - books, movies, T.V. shows and whatever else I can get my hands on.
Book reviews in speculative fiction
Andrea is a contributor at Apex Magazine and Semiotic Standard. Before their closure, she was a contributor at SFSignal. Her favorite genres of speculative fiction include space opera, new weird, low fantasy, and that gorgeous poetic stuff that C.S.E Cooney and Catherynne Valente write that she has no idea how to categorize. She reads a lot of new stuff, but tries to read a lot of old stuff too. An incomplete list of her favorite authors include Steven Brust, N.K. Jemisin, Scott Lynch, Benjanun Sriduangkaew, Jeff Vandermeer, Iain M. Banks, Robert Jackson Bennett, Will McIntosh, Cordwainer Smith, Frank Herbert, and the aforementioned Catherynne Valente and Claire Cooney.
Nix reviews fantasy, paranormal, horror, and science fiction
I’ve been blogging here for over five years now, and I’m not planning on stopping any time soon. Nyx Book Reviews started when one day I was jealously eyeing all those pretty websites of my Goodreads buddies, until I discovered I could have my own as well. After a few unsuccessful days of naming my blog Celine’s Updates I searched for a mysterious but easy to remember name. The Greek goddess of the Night Nyx came up and Nyx Book Reviews was born.
The fastest growing book review and award contest site on the internet
We review manuscripts, published & unpublished books, ebooks, audio books, poetry books, comic books, graphic novels, and short stories. Your review will be posted on our site, Barnes & Noble, Google Books, Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest. You can also post our review in your Amazon Editorial Reviews section.
Reviewing both independent and traditionally published works
Reviews Science Fiction (prefer “hard” sci-fi), Horror, Mystery/Thriller (preferably medical), and Children’s chapter books (fiction and non-fiction) by request.
If You Build A Mausoleum...The Dead Will Come!
We enlist independent reviewers and site affiliates for reviews.In addition, we are now also reviewing short story novels from our previously published SNM Authors. (40k words minimum.) We're now open to all authors on full-length horror/DF novels.
Horror and dark fiction book reviews
If, like me, you enjoy reading dark fiction and horror, then I hope you will enjoy this site. My aim is to highlight the good (and the bad) in modern horror (and occasionally SF and Fantasy) literature.
Book, game, and film reviews in horror
I read and review books here on the blog. If you are looking to have your book, game, movie, or product reviewed; feel free to contact me. If it's tech or horror related I'll give it a chance.
A gothic book blog for dark-minded readers of all types
The Gothic Library revolves around classic Gothic Romance and all modern genres that have descended from or are related to it. Genres I accept include: Gothic horror/romance, Dark fantasy, Paranormal romance, Horror, Mystery, Thriller, Dystopia (if it has a gothic aesthetic or dark edge), Nonfiction on related topics.
Serving the horror community since 2003
THE HORROR FICTION REVIEW offers reviews FOR fans of horror fiction, BY fans of horror fiction. We rarely print super-negative reviews unless we feel a book truly deserves it (our biggest criticism is that we "like everything we read." This is the furthest thing from the truth. MANY books we read for review DO NOT make it into this e-zine). We've also been labeled a bunch of "fanboys" who write "fanboy reviews." Well, DUH. This is a FANZINE. If you want more critical reviews, a FANzine might not be the best place to look.
Horror, Science Fiction, and Fantasy Reviews
The Horror Review is part of the JournalStone Network. Born on March 15th 1999 as a Review Rating only site on one of the first free web hosts on the net. Freeserver.com. Before then in 1998 The Horror Review was part of an all movie review site called “The Review” before branching off and becoming it’s own site.
The site has had a long history as in 2000 it became part of the Free Yellow Server and Network. In 2001 The Horror Review joined horrorseek.com server and network.
Going through a long list of reviewers and changes throughout the years the site has now become part of the JournalStone Network where it is growing in new directions!
Horror fiction news and reviews for librarians and readers
Offers horror fiction news and reviews in categories for adults, young adults, and children.
Coverage of horror news, reviews, and hosts a podcast
This Is Horror is a constantly evolving portal for horror in all its guises. Formed in April 2011 as Read Horror, the site has a dedicated staff of talented writers who endeavour to provide the best coverage of new and classic horror on the page, screen and beyond.
Book reviews, author features, and more
Uncaged Book Reviews is a labor of love. When the eMag, BTS Book Reviews ended, I wanted to find a way to continue working with authors and helping to promote them. Being a designer, and a book lover, Uncaged was born. This new take on a book review magazine, is to give more space, give the reader a bit more to read, to get a better feel for the author, to help them find "their next favorite author." There are so many terrific authors, that need more recognition for the wonderful work they do, and Uncaged will do it's best to help.
Your Non-Denominational Source for The Weird
This site is the brainchild of Ann VanderMeer and Jeff VanderMeer. Ann has served as editor of Weird Tales and with Jeff co-edited such anthologies as The New Weird, the ebook antho series ODD?, and the just-released The Weird: A Compendium of Strange & Dark Stories (Atlantic/Corvus). Jeff is an award-winning writer of weird fiction whose last novel, Finch, was a finalist for the World Fantasy Award and the Nebula Award.