FEBRUARY FANTASY MONTH I first discovered Dungeons and Dragons back in the early eighties when I received the Red Box Basic Rule Set. It instantly spurred my imagination with its infinite story crafting potential. Over the next several years I made friends who also played. We swiftly moved to using the more advanced 2nd Edition […]Read More THE TOMB OF HORROR NOVEL BY KEITH FRANCIS STROHM REVIEW
I like doing polls from time-to-time to gage the preferences of those who check in here to Horror Delve. This time I’m wondering about your favorite Sword and Sorcery movies? I’ve created a list of 23 that came to mind but could be persuaded to add some I may have overlooked if you leave them […]Read More WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE SWORD AND SORCERY MOVIE?
“The Colossus of Ylourgne” (1934) is a novelette by Clark Ashton Smith set in his often used fantasy realm of Averoigne. This one begins with the mysterious disappearances of newly-buried bodies from their graves. This continues to occur throughout the land, and soon people begin to encounter the corpses running full speed toward some mysterious […]Read More THE COLOSSUS OF YLOURGNE BY CLARK ASHTON SMITH
At GenCon last year I picked up a book called DUNGEON CRAWLERS 1ST LEVEL by Edward J. Russell. Written in the classic Choose Your Own Adventure-style, you are given choices throughout as to what you want to do. Dubbing his version a Pick Your Path book, I found it a fun homage to the classics, […]Read More DUNGEON CRAWLERS 1ST LEVEL BY EDWARD J RUSSELL