One of the greatest actors in British horror receives an excellent biography in time for his 100th birthday.
Red Moon, while heavy handed with the politics, is still a quite interesting take on an alternate, werewolf-filled universe.
I dare you to look at a sausage the same way again.
Black dogs, reapers, Death, and wit are just but a few of the things to be found in Deborah Coates' Deep Down.
Captain Howdy spins a tale from the making of The Exorcist that should be taken with a grain of salt.
Nicholas Alan Tillemans brings you plenty of strange sex and horror in Acetone Enema.
Dustin LaValley's Spinner delivers a streamlined serial killer story that's a must-read for fans of the genre.
Juggernaut is a bit dry. No Iraqi-desert or mummified-human-remains pun intended.
C.V. Hunt makes zombies new and interesting again in Zombieville.
Gather 'round kids..., 'cause two dozen low-budget directors are about to drop some science within this awesome book.
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