Continuing their amazingly strong and eclectic output the fantastic publishers at SelfMadeHero’s take on the real life tale of one of humanities greatest achievements which took place many years ago way back in 1969, the Apollo mission that put a man on the moon for the first time.
Having loved Eric Miller‘s Hell Comes to Hollywood I was more than happy to hear there was a sequel and hoped it would disprove the usual rule of thumb that all follow ups are failures. Thankfully it was brilliant and contained just as many chilling and cruel tales of cinema as the first, making it […]
After delving into the dark side of Hollywood Big Time Books return with another amazing anthology of short stories, 18 Wheels of Horror also edited by Eric Miller, this time telling 18 tales revolving around big rig drivers and their ever moving world of truck stops, deliveries and endless empty American freeways.
Our book review feature 100 Pages of Horror returns with Big Time Books, Hell Comes to Hollywood, a collection of 20 short stories showcasing the scary side of the cinema industry edited together by Eric Miller a man who knows Hollywood and horror very well.
Although the name Meiko Kaji may be unheard of to many movie lovers her voice might sound awfully familiar. Taking the iconic role of Lady Snowblood in the movie of the same name where she hacks and slashes her way to vengeance she also sang the main theme Shura No Hana aka Flower of Carnage.
Having been a huge fan of anime when it was launched on the unsuspecting United Kingdom in the early 90’s by Manga Entertainment I spent my teenage years watching bike chasses through Neo-Tokyo, head exploding fist fights and tentacles going places they really shouldn’t go. The one film I never saw during this heady period […]