AH! What a lovely day for blood and terror. I feel like “June Gloom” is a missed opportunity for a lot of horror to be watched and read. It has an added benefit of the sun breaking through, much the way it does at the end of a vampire or monster movie, providing the main characters with hope. Personally, I find it adds to the kitsch factor, which is not always a bad thing. Sometimes clichés are clichés for a reason. Welcome to Horror on the 13th – the “June Gloom” edition! Once again, I’m forced to choose between a number of excellent horror titles, but – since June also happens to be my birthday month – I decided to go with some personal favorites. I will touch on more of the recent June books in my horror segment on “Did You Catch All That?” On to the horror that makes me tingle with happy!