Book Review

New Horror Novel Reviews: Featuring new eBooks from Brian Moreland,...

Okay, so part of my job here at iHorror is to bring you sweet reviews for forthcoming, new, or new-ish horror novels. I've been...

Brian Moreland Serves Up Revenge in Darkness Rising

As a rabid fan of horror fiction, one of my favorite experiences is being introduced to an author whose work I've never experienced and...

(Book Review) Seeing Evil by Jason Parent: Can We Change the...

  Seeing Evil by Jason Parent Published August 4th 2015 by Red Adept Publishing, LLC Fate in plain sight. Major Crimes Detective Samantha Reilly prefers to work alone—she’s...

Author C.L. Hernandez Casts A Spell Over iHorror! -Exclusive Interview

Publishing company Winlock Press has proven to be a one-stop shop for horror, adventure, and apocalypse. Readers will find themselves consumed by unique and...

(Author Interview) Bram Stoker-nominated author, Ronald Malfi, sits down with iHorror...

“…she expected her old home to look different–empty, perhaps, like the molted skin of a reptile left behind in the dirt, as if the...

(Book Review and Author Interview) Brian Kirk debuts with We...

  “We’re sick. We’re all sick. But we can be cured. And we can be kind. We don’t have to let our lives be ruled...

(Book Review) Ronald Malfi- Little Girls

A ghost story. Ghost stories are a Ronald Malfi specialty. His fantastic, Floating Staircase, made people stand up and take notice. The Mourning House,...

The Scarlet Gospels is the horror novel of 2015!

In November of 1986, Clive Barker first unleashed his most enduring creation on the world, when Dark Harvest published his novella The Hellbound Heart....

Rob E. Boley’s Scary Tales Put a Horror Spin on an...

Once upon a time, Snow White took a bite from an apple offered to her by the evil witch, Queen Adara, in disguise.  Snow...

iHorror Exclusive Interview: Author Charles E. Butler

Do you have a love for Vampires? Or just Dracula himself? Well look no further, Author Charles E. Butler is no stranger to this...