Dark Screams Volume 7

    I received a copy of Dark Screams in exchange for an honest review

      I'm not going to lie. I'm a huge fan of this series, and everytime I see there's a new one I get a little excited. Each volume of Screams is good. Of course after volume 6 I was worried that it wouldn't be as good, but I was wrong. Volume 7 may not have the same big names, but it keeps the series going in an interesting direction. The editors have once again picked stories that resonate with you and remind you that sometimes, horror doesn't have to be all blood and guts to make an impact. As a kid I loved atmopheric horror. It was the unknown that was the most terrifying.

      Volume 7 is a solid entry to the series that gives you another six stories featuring some really talented writers that I plan on looking up once I get all my reviews done. With such a short selection the beauty here is there's no filler. Each story is solid, but of course, there would be some who would nitpick and say: "This isn't really horror." It is, it's just not what you expect horror to be. The closest you get to brutal, mind numbing horror, and I would also go as far as saying it's the best story here. The thing I love about this series is that they're short, but packed full of talent. For what you pay, you truly do get your moneys worth. Hydra has truly built a solid franchise with here, and now that I'm finished I can't wait to see what they do in Volume 8.


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