Book Review: We Sold Our Souls

January 10, 2019 Brock Nicholson

When I started reading Grady Hendrix’s We Sold Our Souls I did not expect to end up crying at the end. Something about the premise had me expecting more comedy and less searing insight into […]

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From Great to Best: Portrayals of Frank Castle

January 10, 2019 Bryan Enright

Before Netflix’s Daredevil introduced Frank Castle and 2 successful seasons of The Punisher starring Jon Berenthal (The Walking Dead, Windriver) Frank Castle made his way to live action in 1989. Shot in Australia, The Punisher […]


Review: Slay Belles (2018)

December 25, 2018 Jared Letourneau

Season’s Greetings and Happy Holidays from The Horror Syndicate! Tis the season for family and giving. But shouldn’t it also be a season to watch blood-drenched horror flicks? You bet your sweet ass! There have […]


Book Review: The Complex

December 24, 2018 Chuck Ransford

Last weekend I had the awesome opportunity to meet horror author extraordinaire Brian Keene and award winning director Mike Lombardo. While this was our first face to face meeting, Mike and I both being apart […]


Book Review: The Bus On Thursday

December 20, 2018 Brock Nicholson

I struggled with whether I ought to review this book for The Horror Syndicate or not. I know I started my review of Annihilation with a brief bit of musing on the meaning of horror, […]


Review: SLENDER MAN (2018)

December 14, 2018 Brian White

Worst Horror Movie of 2018. Last night on THS LIVES! the guys were discussing the worst horror flicks of 2018 and SLENDER MAN was one of the movies they touched upon. I don’t think any […]


Review: THE FARM (2018)

December 14, 2018 Brian White

We’ve been here before: an attractive couple driving cross-country stops off at the wrong place and the horror ensues. It’s not a bad premise, it certainly has been effective for decades within the genre, but […]


Book Review: The Ballad of Black Tom

December 6, 2018 Brock Nicholson

Before I begin this review, let’s get something out of the way. If you think there is no place in fiction for real world concerns, for “politics”, or for notions of social justice, The Ballad […]

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