Chadwick H. Saxelid

Helpful votes received on reviews: 82% (60 of 73)
Location: Concord, CA United States
Birthday: July 13
In My Own Words:
Greetings visitor, welcome to my corner of My name is Chadwick H. Saxelid and I am a writer. You can find my first, and currently only, professionally published story 'Clean' in the anthology Eros ex Machina. I have also written reviews for and have contributed articles to B-Movies Quarterly ( I grew up a Kaiju sized fan of all things horror, but I als… Read more

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 323,762 - Total Helpful Votes: 60 of 73
Unleashed by C.J. Barry
Unleashed by C.J. Barry
When Lacey Garrett takes a moment to answer a message board poster's question, she has no clue that doing so will soon have her teleported to another planet. Zain Masters believed that he had been scouting a simple, out of the way world. Then a hidden laser shot his ship out of the sky. Lacey is the only person who seems to understand the strange markings on a local monument. Markings that seem to hold the key to a way out of his situation. But something dangerous lurks beneath the surface. Barry's third book in the Un series is a fun adventure/romance, but the planet hopping plotlines of the previous entries is missing this time out. Lacey and Zain spend most of the novel in one… Read more
Bubba Ho-Tep by Joe R. Lansdale
Bubba Ho-Tep by Joe R. Lansdale
Once upon a time, Texan writer Joe R. Lansdale was forced to put his ailing mother in a rest home. The writer found the place both sad and creepy...and a wonderful setting for a story. Combining two fallen heroes from his youth (Elvis Presley and President John Kennedy) with an interest in archeology (i.e. mummies) Lansdale drafted the story Bubba Ho-Tep, wherein the eldery men who may or may not be who they say they are (the aforementioned misters Presley and Kennedy) battle a soul sucking mummy that is feeding on the frail residents of the rest home they live in. Lansdale's story is sad, spooky, funny, and ulitmately heartwarming as the two find themselves vitalized by the battle with… Read more
The Walking Dead Volume 1: Days Gone Bye by Robert Kirkman
Rick, a small town Kentucky police officer, awakens from a gun shot induced coma to find the world a very different, and very horrifying, place. The dead now walk and attack the far out numbered living. While he slept, the world had ended...
While the opening was a tad too close to 28 Days later for my taste (wouldn't it have been more interesting to start at minute zero and progress through the erupting zombie plague?) the story quickly grew on me and, in the absence of a fourth Romero zombie movie, it satisfies. Required reading for any zombie fan.