Horror master Laird Barron dips his magical pen in the dark ink of gritty noir and creates a masterpiece in the process.
In which Jim Carrey does his damnedest not to act, and succeeds smashingly...
Joe and Kasey Lansdale take readers on a series of haunting, often terrifying adventures sure to leave them breathless and longing for more.
With cutting tales simultaneously ominous, brooding, and viscerally horrifying, Eddie Generous brings a welcome flair of originality to his newest collection.
David Moody pulls out all the bloody stops in this insane, claustrophobic murderfest.
Possibly the most loyal fiction to film adaptation I've ever seen.
Cosmic space-opera horror anthology? Yes, please.
My favorite fucked up punk rocker is back in this stunning conclusion to "The Vicious Circuit."
Editor Mark Morris takes what was once a time honored tradition and makes it new again with some of the best short horror I've encountered in the last decade.
Kill Creekturns the ghost story on its head and drags its face through blood and mud on its way to a shockingly violent, tremendous finale.
A darkly sensual, artsy cinematic nightmare of potentially apocalyptic proportions.
A gut-punch of a collection from the beautifully twisted mind of author Nicholas Day.
What do a boy with the head of a pig, a bloody riot in an insane asylum, and a threesome with a rotting corpse all have in common?
A bloody after-hours roadtrip spawned in the mind of horror author Bryan Smith. Fun with a capital "Holy Fuck!"
Part Revenant, Part True Grit, but all J. Danielle Dorn, Devil's Call is a fascinating debut.
The only thing standing between Gate City and the encroaching darkness is the enigmatic Doc Unknown
An intelligent, literary horror tale that doesn't quite deliver on the promise of its mythos.
One of the best horror debuts to come along in years. J-F Dubeau is a force to be reckoned with.
In typical Shea fashion, Just Add Water is drenched in buckets of blood and violence with a heaping portion of hilarity added in for extra flavor
Sometimes you have to lose yourself on the journey to transformation and self-discovery.
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