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About Robyn Andrew

R.L Andrew is a chronically ill Australian writer. When she isn't posting movie reviews for a leading New York Website (CrypticRock.com), RL is reading both fiction and non fiction or alternatively doing what she loves most; writing. From the time she was young, RL has been an avid reader, and was introduced at a young age to the works of Edgar Allen Poe, and Stephen King. This was the beginning of a life long love of horror. RL takes inspiration for her work from her love of all things strange, weird, and the funny situations in everyday life. RL continues to read and write crossing a number of genres, but still loves watching a good scary movie. After raising three daughters, RL lives in rural Victoria with her husband and furry son, chocolate labrador, Max. She is currently editing her first novel, which she deems ‘soft’ science fiction; A Lunatics Guide to Interplanetary Relationships, and hopes to traditionally publish. Social Media links: Amazon Author Page http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00R0OY14A Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/robyn.andrew.9 Blog: rlandrewauthor.wordpress.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/RAndrewAuthor https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/46603326-robyn-andrew

The human mind is a powerful force capable of storing a lifetime of memories. However, sometimes those memories become tainted. Released on VOD and DVD via Breaking Glass Pictures on January 24th comes the Crime Drama called The Harrow, which explore  More...

Since the release of The Exorcist back in 1973, demon possession storylines have been a popular topic among Horror writers. When done right, certainly effective, the thought of having one’s body taken over by an invisible being from the inside&  More...

What if all the sinkholes in the world were actually gateways to Hell or some other equally terrifying place? An interesting idea, Writer Gregory Gieras (Big Ass Spider 2013, A Fine Step 2014) and Director Joel Novoa (God’s Slave 2013, ID2: Shadwel  More...

There was a crooked man, and he walked a crooked mile. He found a crooked sixpence upon a crooked stile. He bought a crooked cat, which caught a crooked mouse, and they all lived together in a little crooked house. A 1840’s famous rhyme from James   More...

It is not often an actress can act naked and dead for an entire movie yet still incite terror while carrying the story’s plot. However, in the Norwegian film, The Autopsy of Jane Doe, Olwen Kelly (Darkness on the Edge of Town 2014, Why Life Suc  More...