This nicely detailed story [Edward M. Erdelac's Night of the Jikininki
] turns the honorable samurai legend on its stone-cold ear with some of the most loathsome characters and acts ever. --David T. Wilbanks, Page Horrific
"Zee Bee & Bee (a.k.a. Propeller Hats For The Dead)" by David James Keaton offers an insightful riff on trend horror and contemporary pop culture very much akin that of early-'90s Wes Craven... --Fangoria Magazine, November 27, 2010
"Dead Juju" is a wild, graphic ride--a fast-paced array of elements including religion, politics, race relations, news media, socio-economic classism, contumacy all handled with skillful precision...
(Zee Bee & Bee) ...read beyond the obvious genre affection and surprisingly heart-felt details of everyday life and you come away with a strange nostalgia and fear for a self-absorbed culture's obsession with their next slice of entertainment. --Page Horrific, November 20, 2010
FANGORIA MAGAZINE--As the book's title indicates, DEADCORE achieves all extremes. Violent, perverse, depraved--and, as such, quite recommended...DEADCORE features four ferocious zombie novellas that don't pull any punches. --Fangoria Magazine, November 27, 2010