Review: “Moon Lake” by Joe R. Lansdale

Review: “Moon Lake” by Joe R. Lansdale

I’ve been a Joe R. Lansdale fan since … well, not quite the beginning of his career, but pretty close. I remember picking up his groundbreaking weird western Dead in the West at a Fangoria Weekend of Horrors around 1986, and that wasn’t long after he burst onto the...
Review: “The Residence” by Andrew Pyper

Review: “The Residence” by Andrew Pyper

Canadian author Andrew Pyper burst onto the crime-fiction scene with his horrific whodunnit Lost Girls, about two teenaged girls killed in northern Ontario—and the supernatural history of the town in which they’re murdered. It was one of those debuts that makes you...
Review: “Antkind” by Charlie Kaufman

Review: “Antkind” by Charlie Kaufman

Are you a fan of Spike Jonz’s Being John Malkovich? How about his film Adaptation? If so, you’re familiar with the screenwriter Charlie Kaufman, the out-of-leftfield writer who seems to live inside his own head. His writing is always a trippy wander through a...