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Gingerclown and Leprechaun: Origins

Hard to believe but this is the second to the last CB review for 2014. It doesn’t seem like that long ago when I stated I would be posting a […]

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Malediction: Chapter 9, Part 3

By the time we reached her house, my entire face had gone numb and I was seriously considering whether I had frostbite. She opened the kitchen door and stumped inside, […]

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NightBreed and Dead Snow 2

Welcome to this week’s new CB review. This time time around I’ll be covering something old and something new. First up is one that I watched on Netflicks Instant, the […]

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Malediction: Chapter 9, Part 2

It was winter, and the cold was biting. It wasn’t the cold I experienced years later during my winter in Chicago, or the bone-splintering bitterness of the Oregonian wilds, but […]

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Night of the Demons 2 and See no Evil 2

In this week’s review, I’ll be covering one that I watched off Netflicks Instant and one that I rented. Both of these are “part 2″ but haven’t seen the first […]

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Malediction: Chapter 9, Part 1

The next few weeks passed in a blur of activity. Lazda showed me a great deal, at least what was in his power to do so. For the rest, and […]

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Chapter 8: The Past, A New Master

Thanksgiving was just a few days ago here in the US. It’s a time to reflect on what we’re thankful for, a time to be close to friends and families. […]

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Beneath and Fright Night

Bringing you this week’s new CB review while sitting outside on the patio, sipping a beer and smoking a cigar. There’s just enough nip in the air to make you […]

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Malediction Fan Art: Bramble by Brian Anderson

Ever wonder what some of the characters from Malediction look like? We’ve all got certain images in mind, but Brian Anderson (Dog Eat Dog/The Conjurers) has done us a solid […]

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Witching&Bitching and Event Horizon

For those that are still paying attention to the CB, posting will get funky due to the holidays. You see, I’ll be working several Sundays (3 to be exact.) from […]

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