Paperbacks from Hell: The Twisted History of ’70s and ’80s Horror Fiction by Grady Hendrix

To say you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover was probably never less relevant than with horror paperbacks from the 70s and 80s. This time period offered the most insane covers, enticing you to untold nightmares inside. In those days of pre-Internet, pre-blogs, and widespread reviews you’d find a book just by browsing the shelf. A cover that stood…

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Hellraiser: Anthology-Volume One

The world and mythology of Hellraiser is back. Although we have seen recent Hellraiser comics and graphic novels, this is the first publication to come direct from Clive Barker’s own company, Seraphim. The reason they’ve gone the in-house publishing route is censorship. Barker and his team’s experience with other publishers was a frustrating one. The original vision for stories was…

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Feral by James DeMonaco & Brian Evenson

Blumhouse has been leading the way in horror production lately with big box office successes like The Conjuring, Split, and Get Out. I hadn’t realized that they were lending their name to novels too now. James DeMonaco, the writer/director of the hit, The Purge, gives us Feral, a horror book from the Blumhouse Books stable. All signs point to it…

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Author Interview: Jason Bovberg

Can you tell us about your new book, Blood Dawn? Blood Dawn brings my wacko apocalyptic-horror/sci-fi Blood trilogy to a close. It’s a saga that I like to call a cross between John Carpenter’s The Thing and George Romero’s Dawn of the Dead. When I first started the trilogy, zombies were all the rage—but even then I could sense that…

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Demons by WD Jackson

Demons is the first book in a new series surrounding a detective. With his move to the London Metropolitan Police, Detective Inspector Daniel Graves is unfortunately getting more familiar with seeing dead bodies. A particularly gruesome late night murder falls to him and his partner to investigate. Catherine is a freelance demonologist, assisted by Marcus. When she sees a local…

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Jackals by Stuart  R. Brogan

It’s a late night in a sleepy English town’s police station when all hell breaks loose. Jackals begins when three individuals enter the police station and brutally murder and then behead everyone inside. A unique sigil is painted in blood on the police station wall as a calling card and message. This sets the tone for the rest of the…

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