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.
Joel Harley delves into Auteur's latest film text. This time it's his very favourite movie.
When it comes to anthologies edited by Ellen Datlow, it doesn't matter who the authors are in the book, you know it's going to be good.
Ry Burke, along with his mother and younger sister, spend a few days on their farm in fear as they are terrorized by an old adversary; also there's a meteor shower.
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