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  • Curtis M. Lawson’s Black Heart Boys’ Choir is available now as a Kindle ebook and Christa Carmen provided the following blurb: “An utterly original story that succeeds on the micro level with Curtis M. Lawson's expertly realized Swift River High, and on the macro level in the same vein of Lovecraft's most dread-inspiring tales of cosmic horror, Black Heart Boys' Choir is razor-sharp, relentlessly chilling, and will cut you like the abruptly-severed string of a fiendishly-played violin.”
  • Coral posts a Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked review to Goodreads: “There were SO MANY good stories here... Christa really knocked this out of the park,” Matt writes that “These are very good, very scary short stories... I really enjoyed Christa Carmen's writing style and will be looking for more from her,” and tightrope.to.the.sun exclaims: “... the stories were a lot of fun and played with a number of different horror tropes/elements. Some of my favorites included a Halloween version of 'A Christmas Carol,' a kidnapper who is striving to make his victim a drug addict, and a girl defending her home against human-esque creatures who feel no pain and are bent on death and destruction. I would definitely recommend this one to anyone who enjoys horror fiction.”
  • Christine Morgan reviews Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked for The Horror Fiction Review: "Set in a shared universe, with recurring characters and places, and events seen from different points of view, they work together to bring forth a journey through addiction and recovery that must’ve been very difficult to write at all … let alone write so well."
  • Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked is now available as an audiobook, narrated by the wonderful Rebekah Tyler! There is a limited number of promotional codes available for those interested in listening for free to provide a review, so use the Contact Form here to submit a request and get yours now! Otherwise, head on over to Audible to purchase the Indie Horror Book Award Winner for Best Debut Collection!
  • Night Worms reviewer Cassie (@holo.reader) pens ‘10 Short Story Collections That Are Next On My TBR’ for her ‘Let’s Get Galactic’ blog, and Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked makes the cut.
  • Brian’s Book Blog features 15 audiobooks for the week of June 22nd, and includes Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked.
  • The Bram Stoker Award winning author of The Devil's Dreamland has her debut novella available now from Unnerving, and Christa Carmen provided the following blurb: "Sara Tantlinger's To Be Devoured capitalizes on our macabre preoccupation with the uglier side of nature, with love that topples into obsession, and with madness that is strangely beautiful in its barbarity. Her writing is equivalent to those unremitting avian beings her protagonist is so enamored of: It will hook its talons through your flesh, sink its neck into the ribboned edges of your wounds, and only relinquish your blighted body when it has swallowed your very soul."
  • Massive Dark Fiction Book Bundle! Sign up for these twenty-four authors’ mailing lists (with one click!) and win twenty-four print copies of each author’s latest release!
  • Unnerving Women Book Bundle! Get 7 paperbacks for $70 + free shipping to CA, US, & UK: Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked by Christa Carmen, Fountain Dead by Theresa Braun, The Maiden Voyage and Other Departures by Jessica McHugh, Licking the Devil's Horn by Renee Miller, Breathe. Breathe. by Erin Sweet Al-Mehairi and includes pre-orders of Howl by Renee Miller and To Be Devoured by Sara Tantlinger.
  • The Elvelon Press Team welcomes a new head of Media Relations, Helena! You can read more about Helena in Issue #2 of Outpost 28 via Christa Carmen’s short story "Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge," but just to give you a taste for who Helena is, this restless spirit enjoys terrorizing adolescents through the medium of a Ouija board, shape-shifting, and speaking in tongues. Let's give Helena a nice, warm human heart, err, welcome to Elvelon Press!!!
  • The Haunted Fae Reviews’ Suzy Michael provides her commentary on Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked: “In her debut collection, Christa Carmen brings together supernatural, otherworldly horrors and blends them with real life horrors to give you this devilishly titled compilation... As entertaining as it is creepy, Carmen shows off her Horror chops, while also showcasing her compassion and empathy for people. But don't let her soft side fool you, there's plenty of blood, so heads up!”
  • More Goodreads reader reviews for Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked!
    Michael: “ For me, a five star review is usually linked to how re-readable a book is. I look forward to reading SBSB again.”
    Shawna: “...my favorites were: Red Room, Something Borrowed Something Blood-soaked, Lady of the Flies... I favored those just because I like gore and body horror.”
    Jenna Moquin: “I had the privilege of not only meeting the author but hearing her read the best story in this collection, Red Room, at the Wyrd: Horror and Dark Fiction readings event in Salem, MA. She is a great writer, with a wonderfully macabre imagination.”
    Alyssa: “Thanks to being a giveaway winner for this book, I had the pleasure of reading this book and finally discovering this author which I didn’t know of before...Something Borrowed, Something Blood Soaked gets 5 stars from me...”
    Margaret Bechtol: “I enjoyed this book overall... I liked Red Room the most... I would read this author again.”
    Mark: “Overall there is a nice dark vibe running through.”
  • April is #NationalPoetryMonth and the 6th installment of the HWA Poetry Showcase is now live and open for submissions. Stephanie M. Wytovich will be editing this year’s showcase and judging alongside Cynthia Pelayo & Christa Carmen! Submit your best horror poetry HERE.
  • The revised edition of Dean Kuhta’s Silvarum will be released at the end of April 2019 and will feature a foreword by Christa Carmen. Check out Dean’s previously published work, as well as his mesmerizing artwork, at his website.
  • Matthew Brockmeyer’s short story collection, Under Rotting Sky, will be available April 20, 2019, and Christa Carmen provided the following blurb: "Brockmeyer reels you in with addictive prose and unforgettable characters, only to reach down your throat and pull your guts out from between your teeth. An intense collection of hardcore horror, chock full of murderous children, lost souls, deranged fairy tales, and punk-rock ghosts."
  • “Eerily sinister collection of shorts. A lot of real life horror stuff here – addiction, suicide, terrorism – all twisted up into perfectly wrapped horrific gifts. My favorites were Liquid Handcuffs and Lady of the Flies.” This, a review of Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked from Well Read Beard (@KevinWhitten62).
  • Heather Grove reviews Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked for Errant Dreams: “These are dark tales, with blood, gore, and some adult content. The content is well-balanced and fun to read!”
  • Bruce Baugh takes on Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked on Gwendolyn Kiste’s recommendation: “What really strikes me about this volume is how much the stories aren't like each other - Carmen is trying lots of things, looking in lots of directions, approaching many subjects in many different ways. I like that!”
  • For Part 3 of Gallows Hill’s celebration of Women in Horror Month, Brian James Lewis expounds on his original review of Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked in a feature post that also gives a nod to publisher Unnerving.
  • Five stars for Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked from Morgan K. Tanner: “There's a great unnerving presence in the writing here, at times I was getting so washed away with the descriptions and similes that I had to stop and re-read certain passages...”
  • J.B. leaves a review for Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked on Goodreads: “Carmen clearly shines in the more realistic stories focused on addiction, recovery, and treatment, and weaves that horror and feeling of "can I trust anyone or anything?" in well with the supernatural horror stories.”
  • Kevin L. says that Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked is “... an excellent collection of short stories and novellas. Christa Carmen has a unique and strong voice that shines through in each story.”
  • Of Christa Carmen, and Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked, Dustin Frueh states that “Her often lyrical prose was beautiful, and consistently awe-inspiring. I can easily see myself reading these stories again and again.”
  • #WiHMX starts with an excerpt from Something Borrowed, Something Blood Soaked’s closing story, “Flowers from Amaryllis, featured by Ink Heist (#SomethingBorrowed #Unnerving #PsychologicalHorror).
  • When asked if he’d like to post an excerpt from Something Borrowed, Something Blood Soaked, his reply was one word: "Send." Read a portion of "Thirsty Creatures” at Frank Michaels Errington's Horrible Book Reviews (#SomethingBorrowed #Unnerving #PsychologicalHorror).
  • Gavin Kendall calls Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked, ‘brilliant,’ and showcases an excerpt of “Lady of the Flies” at Kendall Reviews (#SomethingBorrowed #Unnerving #PsychologicalHorror).
  • Utilizing the following hashtags: #SomethingBorrowed #Unnerving #PsychologicalHorror, Horror DNA kicks off a tour of Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked with an excerpt from "Wolves at the Door and Bears in the Forest."
  • This Is Horror's Thomas Joyce writes an in-depth review of Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked, describing each story from a plot, theme, and characterization standpoint: “As far as debut collections go, this offers so much and delivers it all...Carmen handles it with the assured touch of a seasoned storyteller.”
  • High Fever Books features Mother Horror’s ‘Most Loved Books of 2018,’ and Christa Carmen’s Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked represents #WIH on a list that includes Calvin Demmer, Chad Lutzke, John Boden, Tim Meyer, Michael Patrick Hicks, Mike Thorn, Andrew Cull, Tim McWhorter, & John F.D. Taff.
  • Self-professed bookworm and ‘horror, thriller and good story admirer’ Rafael Milos @sea_bookworm proclaims Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked “has it all...this book is terrifying, gruesome, gory and thrilling it is also my first book from Christa Carmen...I love closing the year challenge with a 5 star Book...!”
  • Tim Meyer’s picks are in... the Top 10 Horror Novels of 2018 (a hint, Meyer breaks his own rules in order to include Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked)!
  • Author of ‘There is Darkness in Every Room’ and ‘Your Arms Around Entropy,’ Brian Fatah Steele contributes his Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked review to Goodreads: “Carmen gives us some of the most personal and heart-wrenching horror stories to be collected in a long time, wonderfully character-driven. It’s rare to find intimate and exquisite horror like this, tales so terribly relatable in their honesty. No doubt an important new voice in the genre.”
  • “Quiet, powerful, serious, sometimes witty, but also downright terrifying...Yep, I’m talking about Christa Carmen!” Brian James Lewis (@skullsnflames76) blogs about Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked on his ‘Damaged Skull Writer and Reviewer’ website: “FIVE BIG STARS and Wall of Fame inductee! ... These stories present female characters who have no interest in waiting for a man to come fix a problem that they can handle just as well... grab yourself a copy of this snouted beauty today!”
  • Reviewer Cody Tidwell (@CodyTidwell_14) adds Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked to his bookshelf: “Christa Carmen. Carmen, though a relative newbie to the world of horror, has some chops. She doesn’t fall prey to traps many other small-press horror writers do... She obviously has talent.”
  • Nightworm Ashley Saywers (@bookish_mommy) gives her take on Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked: "... this collection was AWESOME. I loved the variety of horror... It was so raw and gritty... So gruesome!!"
  • Red Lace Reviews shares 2018 in Review: ‘Top 10 Pics of 2018,’ and Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked, along with fellow Unnerving author Calvin Demmer’s The Sea Was a Fair Master, made the cut!
  • Nightworms’ reviewer Alex Pearson (@finding_montauk) administers the following SBSB review: “One of the best features of this book is how Carmen just writes. I want to have a conversation with her. The words and the sentences that come out of her mouth are just pure dark poetry... I found myself getting lost in the prose and I really feel it helps this collection stand out from others I have read.”
  • Sara Tantlinger, author of the dark poetry collections LOVE FOR SLAUGHTER and THE DEVIL'S DREAMLAND, provides her thoughts on Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked: "The protagonists of these stories go through some dark, torturous journeys, and I really appreciated the rawness in which Carmen handles these tales. A solid collection through and through!"
  • 2018 Indie Horror Book Awards judge Valerie Dorsey (@ValerieLeeD) comments that "Christa Carmen is a new author for me, & I will follow her wherever she wants to lead me! Here is a collection filled with horror, suspense, murder, addiction, want, sinister ideas...Loved [Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked]!"
  • Horror and dramedy writer and author of "The Crow's Gift and Other Tales," Sonora Taylor finds Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked to be ”[a]n impressive debut. Carmen's writing is ripe with vivid and visceral detail. You find yourself hearing and smelling as well as seeing the horror that unfolds across thirteen chilling tales.”
  • Mindi Snyder (@gowsy33) says that Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked is "a fantastic book of deeply disturbing and thought provoking horror stories. Christa Carmen is definitely not afraid to take a story all the way. This collection is one of my favorites of 2018, and I cannot wait to read more from Carmen.”
  • Audra Figgins (@ouija.doodle.reads) thanks Unnerving for the chance to review Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked: "This one needs to be added to the list for anyone who is looking for new and interesting voices in horror fiction... Overall, it is a heartfelt, dark, striking, and original collection."
  • Horror Writer of dark urban fantasy & horror and author of ‘Maria The Wanted,’ V. Castro (@vlatinalondon) declares of Christa Carmen’s debut collection that, "[e]very story is a bloody, emotional, weird and wonderful journey that will make you think and feel...Buy this book and tell your friends to read it!"
  • New Goodreads reader reviews! Diamond Kennedy’s take on Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked: “I really loved this collection & it felt perfect for the Halloween season! Some [of the stories] were bloody and brutal, some were sad & beautiful..." Lindsay Poisson feels that, "What makes this collection stand out was the way each story stuck with me... I look forward to more compelling stories from this author."
  • Emily Reed (@BookHappy08) reviews Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked: "A few of the stories are linked, and it's fun to see the connections. I enjoyed seeing characters from early stories mentioned in later ones... I truly admire the boldness and honesty of [Christa Carmen’s] writing.”
  • This is Horror lists Gwendolyn Kiste’s blog, featuring “part one of a round table with eight fantastic authors,” of which Christa Carmen was a part, in their 5 Must Read Horror Articles – 15-Oct-2018!
  • What Are the Night Worms Reading in November? Click here to find out (hint: a pig woman in a red dress makes an appearance!).
  • William C. Bitner’s Book Review Village on Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked: “I couldn’t help but have an urge to go on a hayride through a scarecrow infested cornfield, or have a craving to open that bag of Brach’s Autumn Mix/Candy Corn whilst reading this wonderful collection... a vast range of stories, all of which are thought provoking and powerful bits of prose.”
  • Red Lace Reviews calls the prose in Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked, “unequivocally beautiful,” and got “lost in several tales, some of which brought along some deeper meaning about the unpleasant struggles of life... Carmen has successfully made her way onto my radar.”
  • Carissa Lynn Reads asks readers to excuse her language, but states of Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked that, “this book of thirteen stories is fucking beautiful! Christa's writing style has got me hooked! I loved every story in this collection... I even loved reading the acknowledgements.”
  • A 4.5-star review from Tim Meyer, who states that Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked is a, “wonderful collection of short stories, one of the best I've read in quite some time. Highly recommend it, especially to set that October mood!”
  • Reviewing Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked for Reads & Reels’ #Blogtober, Theresa Braun posits: “Can we escape our fate, or our choices? Can we maintain sanity? Most of the time Carmen paints a grim picture of the human plight, so if you prefer your horror with a side of death, doom, and destruction, you’ve come to the right place. You won’t regret it.”
  • Sadie Hartmann, aka Mother Horror, would “definitely add [Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked] to any October TBR or for solid horror fans, your everyday library... you need it. This author is one to watch.”
  • Ginger Nuts of Horror review: “In the debut collection “Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked,” Christa Carmen presents us with a collection of short horror stories that are nothing short of unique.”
  • Over at Gwendolyn Kiste’s blog, her October Author Roundtable Series is coming soon! Featuring eight authors—Christa Carmen, Gemma Files, Calvin Demmer, doungjai gam, Lee Forman, Lori Titus, Michael Griffin, & Anya Martin—all of whom have new releases out this year!
  • The Ladies of Horror Fiction have created a directory of female authors in horror. Find their ever-growing list, including Christa Carmen, here.
  • Howling Libraries Book Reviews has released a list of horror recommendations, and Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked, a “collection of horror with a feminist twist,” registered on the skull emoji scary scale, along with Carmen Maria Machado, Seanan McGuire, Joe Hill, Grady Hendrix, Amy Lukavics & Kristi DeMeester.
  • Cats Like Cream author Renee Miller believes that the stories in Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked “...will resonate with any reader, as long as they enjoy an author with a fantastic imagination and a knack for the art of storytelling.”
  • A Goodreads reader review asserts that Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked is “Powerful and horrifying. These stories carry pain and terror, but also hope.”
  • Law and Order Party’s Matthew Lawrence highlights the launch of Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked at Savoy Bookshop & Café: “...this book release party should appeal to lovers of anything dark.”
  • The Day reminds New London residents that Westerly horror writer Christa Carmen signs Tuesday, August 28th, at Savoy Bookshop: “As you read this, it's only 64 days until Trick or Treat…It's not too early to get your Spook on...”
  • Hellnotes reviewer Gordon B. White pens a sweeping review of Christa Carmen’s debut collection: “Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked showcases the emergence of a passionate, entertaining, and absolutely necessary voice in the horror genre.”
  • Robin Amstutz states, of Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked: “Bloody, creepy, and often really beautiful, Christa Carmen’s work is gorgeous and so much fun to read.”
  • Sinfully Wicked Book Reviews bestows upon Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked another five-star review: “Carmen’s writing is intense and has an almost poetic quality to it. I could not help but to be sucked in to her well-crafted stories... Carmen is...going to take the horror genre to a completely new level of spook.”
  • Reading Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked prompted The Haunted Reading Room to observe that “Ms. Carmen possesses both an extensive imagination, and the sensory capacity of an artist or poet.”
  • Horror After Dark on Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked: “A remarkable collection from a new-to-me author. There's something for all kinds of horror enthusiasts in here. I'm looking forward to seeing what Christa Carmen comes out with in the future.”
  • Howling Libraries’ Reviews says of Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked: “There are definitely a few gems in the collection, such as: Red Room...All Souls of Eve...Lady of the Flies. All in all, if you’re looking for a unique and vaguely feminist collection of indie horror, go ahead and give this one a try. I’m definitely willing to check out more of this author’s work in the future...”
  • The Horror Club reviews Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked: “Carmen offers us thirteen different stories, ranging from Supernatural to Occult to Bizzaro, each with unique ideas interrogated into them. It’s clear that Carmen backs her ideas, and has a certain writing style that allows her to get the best out of them.”
  • Down in a Book reviews Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked: “I kept thinking that [“Souls, Dark and Deep”] should be turned into a movie. I’d totally watch this in the dark and try not to be creeped out by it. So, so creative. I had fun imagining the magic going on there. “Lady of the Flies” is a story where my heart broke for the main character over how she’s treated, then became delightfully horrified in what she does in revenge. This one would be a cool flick, too.”
  • Michael Upstill gives Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked a five-star review: "...dark, witty, quirky...clearly aimed at inviting the reader to completely immerse in the offered slices of the lives of her relatable and sometimes all too familiar characters."
  • Of Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked, the Scary Reviews says: "From the initial story, Thirsty Creatures, Christa Carmen put a cool twist on a classic Greek mythology tale, and turned it upside-down. The story was a fun read."
  • The Kickstarter campaign for Chilling Tales for Dark Nights raised $18,045 via 326 backers, an amount that resulted in two stretch goals reached and the project being funded at 360%! The first installment of the illustrated horror anthology will be released in September, just in time for Halloween!
  • Christa Carmen's "Shark Minute" will be included in the Chilling Tales for Dark Nights illustrated horror anthology, an eBook, print, and audiobook compilation of original, folklore-inspired short scary stories, due out just in time for Halloween 2018. Contribute to the Kickstarter campaign, and help turn this book into a trilogy!
  • S.J. Budd delivers the first review of Christa Carmen's debut fiction collection, Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked: "Each of these stories...made for uncomfortable reading with their darkness but it's a collection I really love. I can't wait for more from Christa Carmen. This is a really exciting time for Women in Horror!"
  • Bark’s Book Nonsense has identified Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked as one of the Hottest Horror Books of the Summer, along with Foe, by Iain Reid, Unbury Carol, by Josh Malerman, Providence, by Caroline Kepnes, and The Hunger, by Alma Katsu.”
  • Read an excerpt from "Lady of the Flies," one of thirteen tales comprising Christa Carmen’s Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked, at Cedar Hollow Horror Reviews
  • Fireside Magazine is a finalist for the 2018 Best Semiprozine Hugo Award! Fireside is edited by Brian White and Julia Rios; managing editor Elsa Sjunneson-Henry; special feature editor Mikki Kendall; publisher & art director Pablo Defendini. They’ve published a list of their 2017 contributors, including Christa Carmen, here.
  • Sci-Fi & Scary reviews Outpost 28 #2, edited by Dean Kuhta: “I was pulled in from the first story: ‘Three Cheers for Sweet Revenge,’ by Christa Carmen. It was also one of my favorites and I have to say that the title gave me a dark chuckle when paired with the band mentioned in the story.”
  • Unnerving 2018 Sale Announcement
    Preorder the 2018 Unnerving publishing schedule at a bulk price: 2018 Unnerving eBook Bundle: $40, includes Christa Carmen's "Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked." Add a four-issue subscription to Unnerving Magazine: $50, includes Christa Carmen's "Red Room," featured in Unnerving Issue #5.
  • The Grim Reader reviews Unnerving Magazine Issue #5: "Christa Carmen’s 'Red Room' is a different beast altogether. This story has some wicked imagery, a sinister and brooding atmosphere and a terrific ending. I’d go as far to say that this is one of the best short stories Unnerving has published in the magazine."
  • Peculiar Publications Perusal: Ben Walker reviews Unnerving Magazine Issue #5.
  • Tales to Terrify podcast is nominated for a This is Horror Award! Vote for Tales to Terrify, which showcased “Liquid Handcuffs” by Christa Carmen in Episode 291, for Fiction Podcast of the Year, here.
  • Charles Payseur reviews October's Fireside Fiction offerings at his website, Quick Sips Reviews, including “Banshee” by Cherrelle Shelton, “Geppetto” by Carlos Hernandez, “Discovery” and “Storm” (Fisher of Bones, chapters 6 & 7) by Sarah Gailey, “River Boy” by Innocent Chizaram Ilo, “H&D Plumbing” by Courtney Floyd, and "Something Borrowed, Something Blood-Soaked" by Christa Carmen.
  • Victoria Silverwolf reviews Strange Beasties for Tangent: “‘Thirsty Creatures’ by Christa Carmen is a surrealistic account of an unexplained disaster that changes water into a deadly substance. A woman ventures out into the ruined world. This brief story creates an eerie mood.”
  • Unnerving Magazine's Eddie Generous reviews Episodes 253, 268, & 291 of Tales to Terrify, including "The Undertaker" by John C. Foster, "Black Door" by Gwendolyn Kiste, "Harvest Moon" by Ray Kolb, "The Kids Have to Eat" by Tim Stevens, and "Liquid Handcuffs" by Christa Carmen.
  • Elena Dosil reviews Year's Best Hardcore Horror, Volume 2 at Lomeraniel Audiobook Reviews.
  • Snakebite Reviews covers Year's Best Hardcore Horror, Volume 2.
  • Publisher's Weekly reviews Year's Best Hardcore Horror, Volume 2.


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