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HORROR FOR GOOD: A Charitable Anthology has been getting great reviews! Here are some of them, as well as interviews and articles about the book and the people and authors behind the project! http://www.amazon.com/Horror-For-Good-Charitable-ebook/dp/B0084FO7N4/ Purchase book at Amazon $15 paperback, $5 Kindle - This is a charitable anthology. All revenues,... Continue reading
Posted Jul 6, 2012 at +The Horror Library+
The Bram Stoker Awards 2012 archived in its entirety here on Ustream! (Boyd and I are at the 21:45 mark presenting for Superior Achievement in an Anthology-- where I stumble and stutter over our own editor Frank J. Hutton's name. Ah...public speaking is fun.) Continue reading
Posted Apr 8, 2012 at +The Horror Library+
Well, at least it wasn't in color. For that, I'll be forever grateful. And yes...Part 2 did indeed outdo the original, but that's only in the violence and gore department— nothing else about this film is remarkable. It's certainly not better than the original HUMAN CENTIPEDE. And that film was... Continue reading
Posted Nov 6, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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—STONE by Catherine MacLeod Sometimes the last person you expect to see shows up in the last place you imagined finding her. And here she is now. (A six letter-word for encounter: impact.) She used to call herself Stone. I have to look twice, but no, she’s not a figment... Continue reading
Posted Oct 5, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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—TESTAVILLE, OHIO by M. Alan Ford Roland gave two dollars and thirty-eight cents to the gas station attendant, who then asked where Roland was heading. “Testaville,” Roland said. The attendant seemed unable to decide between a laugh and a frown. “Testaville? Lots of weird people in Testaville. We get truck... Continue reading
Posted May 17, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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—THE HEALING HANDS OF REVEREND WAINWRIGHT by Geoffrey L. Mudge Another night, another show, another chorus of cheers and applause and unbridled joy that we will never hear. In the darkness and silence, only the rumble of the diesel engine roaring to life lets us know our part has been... Continue reading
Posted Apr 21, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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It's a movie about a killer tire. And somehow...it's brilliant. I'm not going to even post a trailer up here, as I think this movie is best to just see without any spoilers (I had none) and with lowered expectations. After all...film about a killer tire, right folks? But, I'll... Continue reading
Posted Apr 21, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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—SANTA MARIA by Jeff Cercone “Can you believe these people? What the hell’s the matter with them?” Rob ignored his friend and pushed his way through the crowd, bumping an elderly Hispanic woman in the shoulder. He started to apologize, but she was too preoccupied to notice. “Santa María, Madre... Continue reading
Posted Mar 31, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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—I AM VISION, I AM DEATH by Erik Williams On the East side of Dallas, Elijah pulled into a Motel 6 and bought a single for the night. He paid in cash. He’d wanted to make Shreveport before stopping, but the caffeine and speed had lost their effectiveness. He needed... Continue reading
Posted Mar 18, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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—FINAL DRAFT by Mark W. Worthen “How do those bastards move so quietly?” I wiped at my dripping forehead with a sodden sleeve. Moisture from the muggy air formed on the thick leaves of the dense jungle around us, and the wetness mingled with sweat and dust leaving muddy trails... Continue reading
Posted Mar 5, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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—MOURNING WITH THE BONES OF THE DEAD by Gerard Houarner Albins looked small in his clothes, as if he’d shrunk in the time between diagnosis and his arrival at the hospice. Flesh had melted from his cheeks, revealing the bone beneath and giving him a stronger resemblance to his father,... Continue reading
Posted Feb 26, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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—WHAT WAS ONCE MAN by Michele Lee It’s a moonless night, and three of us sit in the dark basement of an abandoned house. Meghan. Rick. And me. We found each other by chance, hiding in a boarded up grocery store not too far away. We stayed together after that,... Continue reading
Posted Feb 16, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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—THE FISHING OF DAHLIA by Ennis Drake “There is no such thing as an insignificant life, only the insignificance of mind that refuses to grasp the implications.” — Laurence Overmire “My name is Job,” he said, speaking the words as if they belonged to an arcane language from some lost,... Continue reading
Posted Feb 12, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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—FLICKER by Lee Thomas All that Kathy knew of love came from images flickering on an old television screen. What came from this screen was fiction, and Kathy had discovered the difference between fiction and reality long ago. Fiction was a house in suburbia, cleaned by a beautiful mother who... Continue reading
Posted Feb 9, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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What the HELL is going on up in Vancouver? Whatever it is, if the Soska Sisters are involved—it’s gonna be bloody. And bloody well worth watching too! Dead Hooker in a Trunk is the debut film written, directed, and produced by identical twin filmmakers Jen and Sylvia Soska and is... Continue reading
Posted Feb 2, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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—SLEEPLESS EYES by Tim Waggoner It’s 1:38 a.m. on a Thursday night, and you’re sitting at a small round table tucked into a dim corner of an all-night coffee shop. A steaming mug of hot liquid sits before you, and you know it’ll be at least another fifteen minutes before... Continue reading
Posted Feb 2, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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—GOD’S WORK by Matthew Lee Bain The roadkill was staring at her. The eyeballs bulged from its squashed face. It smiled with a wide mouth full of sharp teeth, tongue hanging, exhaling a greasy stench. The hitcher swallowed, gripped her pack a little tighter, and edged farther down the roadstead.... Continue reading
Posted Jan 30, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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Hey Kids...listen to ME on the New POD OF HORROR! POD OF HORROR -- R.J. Cavender and a WHOLE lot more stuff! Pod of Horror With Mark Justice, Nanci Kalanta and Jason Keene Pod of Horror is back with over two hours of ghastly goodness. On episode #63, we talk... Continue reading
Posted Jan 30, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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Did you know our books can not only withstand a flooded warehouse, but also a F5 tornado? No joking, and no joking matter— Thanks to Lincoln Crisler for this crazy flashback, and to author Mark Deloy for the dramatic pictures of the aftermath from the tornado that hit his in-laws... Continue reading
Posted Jan 26, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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—GUARDIANS by Tom Brennan Karl padded past his son’s room, boots in hand, trying not to wake him. A sleep-crumpled face appeared around the edge of the door. “Dad? Where’re you going? It’s still dark.” “I’m off hunting, Mikey. Back to sleep now.” A wide yawn, then, “You going after... Continue reading
Posted Jan 25, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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—DRAIN BAMAGE by Jeff Strand Yes, I dropped my baby sister. Not on purpose. God, no. It happened while I was babysitting her. She was six months old, and I’d just turned nine. Too young to be responsible for an infant, but to be fair to my mom, she hadn’t... Continue reading
Posted Jan 20, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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+Horror Library+ Vol 4 has been getting a LOT of press lately! So, we thought we'd put ALL of the reviews and interviews in one place, in case you want to check them out: --BOOKGASM Review of +Horror Library+ Vol 4 --HELLNOTES Review of +Horror Library+ Vol 4 --SHROUD MAGAZINE... Continue reading
Posted Jan 13, 2011 at +The Horror Library+
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—SKIN by Kim Despins This thing wearing his sister’s skin stands at the foot of Jeremy’s bed, just as she has every night since he moved back into his father’s house. When Jeremy asked Lisa to help care for their father in his last days, she hung up on him.... Continue reading
Posted Jan 12, 2011 at +The Horror Library+