About Kelly Mintzer

Kelly Mintzer Kelly Mintzer hates dolls but loves movies about evil ventriloquist dummies. She is working her way through the “Sandman” series slowly but surely, and has been compared more than once to that iteration of Death. Holding down South Philly with a creative writing degree and the full series of “Hannibal," she hasn’t seen her natural hair color in years.



Author Archives: Kelly Mintzer

Plague Days Review

May 5th, 2020 | by Kelly Mintzer

Plague Days: All the Realism of an Apocalypse with Absolutely None of the Fun Everyone loves a good apocalypse. Zombies,


World War Doh Review

April 3rd, 2020 | by Kelly Mintzer

Absurd, adorable, irreverent, and the most fun you’ll have battling clay armies. Philosopher-poet Edwin Starr once dared to ask: “War


Idle Monster Factory Review

March 2nd, 2020 | by Kelly Mintzer

Idle Monster Factory—the Fun of Playing God Without the Guilt We love our monsters. Hiding under beds, nibbling toes, flopping


Call of Mini Zombies 2 Review

February 10th, 2020 | by Kelly Mintzer

Call of Mini Zombies 2 Lumbers Through Predictable Apocalyptic Fun Zombies are the cultural glue that binds us. They’re fast!


Duskwood Review

January 28th, 2020 | by Kelly Mintzer

Duskwood is Cyber Punk Fun for Mystery Kids No one truly wants to be stalked. Chased by a madman. Kidnapped.


Granny: Chapter Two Review

October 10th, 2019 | by Kelly Mintzer

Some Fun, Creepy Thrills There is no universal consensus on what qualifies as scary. Granny: Chapter Two, a free horror


Hamsterdam: Paws of Justice Review

September 20th, 2019 | by Kelly Mintzer

Fun Hamster, but Quickly Overstays His Welcome Hamsterdam: Paws of Justice is a game built around an immediately winning idea;



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