Contemporary Romance, Suspense, Fantasy
If there's one thing film critic Crispin Colley can say about his ex-boyfriend Rey, it's that Rey likes to remain friends with all his former lovers. Rey's a friendly guy. Maybe too friendly, judging by the incident that drove the first and last nail in the coffin of their relationship.
But now Rey's been hired for a DVD commentary on a classic horror flick. In typical Rey-fashion, he's used his clout as a lauded director to win Cris a spot on the commentary right beside the star of the film, his idol, Angelo Faust.
The recording of the commentary goes about as smoothly as a half-decayed film through a stuttering projector -- but that's nothing compared to the strange scene that unfolds once the tape's done rolling.
WHAT THEY'RE SAYING
The juxtaposition of light and clever with poignant and serious is ever-present and expertly handled.
Sunita for Dear Author
Overall this was a great read, there was humour, there was pathos, chuckles and sniffles. (Yes, I'm a sap.) Fans of old horror movies, will appreciate the hallmarks of those movies coming to life for the guys and giving the reader a creepy ride along with them to their happy ending.
Tam for Brief Encounters
Another gem in this series, Critic's Choice should be your choice for a fantastic read.
Wave for Reviews by Jessewave
October 2013, JustJoshin Publishing Inc.
In Sunshine or In Shadow
Short Stories, Volume 1
June 2013, JustJoshin Publishing Inc.
Was also available as
October 2010, JCP Books
Out of print
Food of the Gods
by Josh Lanyon and
Jordan Castillo Price
2011, JCP Books
Out of print