354 – Black Mad Wheel by Josh Malerman


We’re back with another review. Josh Malerman’s Black Mad Wheel! It’s been a minute since we reviewed House at the Bottom of the Lake, which we loved. And another minute since Bird Box. How does this size up? Listen! And if you’re supporting us on Patreon, check out our spoiler talk about it over there, for anyone contributing $1/month or more!

Key Page Count Update: 3,799!

Next episode is another review. This time, it’s an anthropomorphic dogs book by beloved author SG Browne. After that, either the Lazy Summer of Podcasting begins, or Robb steps in front of a bus. Or something. Check it out!

Until then, check out our review of Rob Zombie’s movie 31:

326 – A House At The Bottom Of A Lake by Josh Malerman

We’re back with a new novella review. Maybe that’s what we should do, just read novellas. It’s a lot faster and easier. Anyway, check out what we have to say about the latest This Is Horror novella, A House At The Bottom of A Lake by Bird Box author Josh Malerman! Also, stick around for a little talk about the SyFy show Channel Zero: Candle Cove. It’s all a watery horror.
Next episode is one of our favorite episodes to do – the Spookedtacular! You won’t want to miss this.
Until then, check out our review of Rob Zombie’s movie 31:

319 – I Can Taste The Blood mega interview


We’re back with more book talk! We read the new novella collection I Can Taste The Blood, which includes authors John FD Taff, Josh Malerman, Erik T Johnson, J Daniel Stone, and Joe Schwartz. We skip the typical review, and jump right into an interview with four of the authors, and talk about the book for about an hour.  It’s a Booked. first, and it’s a great time. Check back next week for a review of three SG Browne Kindle Singles! 

Next episode: We tackle the new series of Kindle Singles just released by SG Browne!

Until then, check out us talking on these other fine podcasts:
CrimeWav – Richard Katz reads Heavy Duty
This Is Horror: Episode 19 – Hannibal Season Two Recap
Books Beer and Bullshit – On Podcasting