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Do Not Be Alarmed, We Are Only Little Children

Silver Bullet – Based on a Stephen King novella with a different name, this stars Corey Haim as a paraplegic kid who rides around in a motorized wheelchair called, appropriately, the Silver Bullet. He comes to realize that the murders … Continue reading

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Puppets Gonna Fuck You Up

Here are our latest Halloween-related viewings. Two of them involve puppets! Eli Roth’s History of Horror – I can’t say I’ve ever been fond of Roth as a filmmaker, but he does have a lot of knowledge on the subject, … Continue reading

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Welcome to Hell Hotel

Aerie, by Maria Dahvana Headley – The follow-up to Magonia takes place a year later, with Aza and Jason still a couple. He’s been hiding a secret from her, though, that a secret government agency monitoring Magonia is forcing him … Continue reading

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Mythed Opportunities

Myth-ion Improbable, by Robert Asprin – This was Asprin’s return to this series after a break of eight years due to trouble with the IRS. And I haven’t read any of the books in the series in a few years, … Continue reading

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A Koschei Deal

Her Majesty’s Wizard, by Christopher Stasheff – I saw this book on a list of recommendations somewhere, and I didn’t realize at the time that the author had just died in June. This is the first book of the Wizard … Continue reading

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Meer Adventure

Barking, by Tom Holt – This was the last of Holt’s comic fantasies that I had to read, and it’s pretty typical of him in many ways. The main protagonist is a lawyer who, when fired from his firm, joins … Continue reading

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I’m Friends with the Monster

Gil’s All Fright Diner, by A. Lee Martinez – I’d read his Divine Misfortune and thought it was pretty good, so I decided to check out his first novel. It’s a fantasy horror comedy, basically, featuring two good old boys … Continue reading

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Doin’ What Comes Supernaturally

I took advantage of an offer to get the Sims 3 Supernatural expansion for half price, and I must say it’s pretty fun. You can create Sims who are witches, fairies, and werewolves; and there are also ways to change … Continue reading

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You’re Everything a Big Bad Wolf Could Want

I doubt I’ll be seeing the upcoming Little Red Riding Hood movie, despite the general cuteness of Amanda Seyfried. The idea of making the classic fairy tale into a thriller is an interesting one, but I’m not sure I trust … Continue reading

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