Ania Ahlborn survives the sophomore slump with a creepy psychological thriller.
The fourth book in "The Enemy" series is every bit as good as its predecessors.
Good night, sleep tight, and don't let the giant radioactive bed bugs suck your brain from your skull.
Andersen Prunty is one of the reasons why horror fiction is so entertaining. Satanic Summer is proof of that.
Brad C. Hodson blends atmosphere and gore in Darling.
Know what happens when you die? The Fleshless Man pays you a visit. Sleep tight.
The Dark Shadows universe continues in novels with Dark Shadows: The Salem Branch.
A fresh perspective in the approach to creating the perfect screenplay.
Finally, the adventures of Zombie Cat are revealed in this lighthearted tale that looks eerily like a children's book.
Stephen Romano packs non-stop action, violence, tension and gore into Resurrection Express.
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