Monthly Archives: May 2014

Review – Camp Arcanum

Camp Arcanum Josef Matulich Post Mortem Press ISBN 978-0615965703 reviewed for Hellnotes.com Marc Sindri is a no-nonsense contractor, building ren faire villages across the country. Marc has a reputation  for delivering miracles. He must build a working fairground in seven months … Continue reading

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review: Jamais Vu II

Jamais Vu: The Journal of Strange Among the Familiar Issue II Paul Anderson, Editor –in-Chief Post Mortem Press ISBN 978-0692021842 reviewed for Hellnotes.com I’ll be honest; I opened this second issue of Jamais Vu with no small amount of trepidation. Too … Continue reading

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review – Mega Python vs Gatoroid

Warning Review: Mega Python vs. Gatoroid Let us evaluate Mega Python vs. Gatoroid from the perspective of geography, because this sucker is so bad, thinking about it any other way would result in my jabbing a fork into my eye … Continue reading

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review – Lovecraft’s Monsters

Lovecraft’s Monsters edited by Ellen Datlow Tachyon Publications (2014) ISBN: 978-1616961213 April, 2014: $16.95 PB reviewed for Hellnotes.com Back in 2009, Ellen Datlow edited her first Lovecraft-themed anthology Lovecraft Unbound, a collection of stories inspired by Lovecraft’s bleak universe of cosmic … Continue reading

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