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  • …And the Angel with Television Eyes

    by John Shirley

    This surreal journey of self-discovery and transformation at once questions the nature of our world, and redefines it in the context of 21st century pop culture and technology. It takes a writer of John Shirley’s talent and audacity to bring together elements as disparate as Shakespeare, Nietzsche, on-line role playing games, soap operas, and classic mythology – binding them together, creating a heady mélange on, above, and below the streets of Manhattan.

  • A Life In Cinema

    by Mick Garris

    A Life In the Cinema is the first book from award-winning filmmaker Mick Garris. This collection of eight prickly tales and a screenplay reach under the skin of real life and reel life to take you places you never realized you wanted to go. The title story, “A Life in the Cinema” and its sequel, “Starfucker”, are set in the author’s hometown of Hollywood, and provide a yellow-jaundiced look at a world you only thought was glamorous. So welcome to a dark side of Hollywood you’ve never seen before…

  • Carrion

    by Gary Brandner
    He’s America’s newest hero. He possesses the most awesome gift any man can master. He can reach beyond the grave to awaken the dearly departed. But their souls no longer inhabit their bodies. The things that now walk the earth – the things he has brought back – are carrion.
  • Cellars

    by John Shirley
    An ancient evil deep beneath New York City turns subway stations into bloody altars for ritual sacrifice. Monsters made of blood arise from drains, an invisible hellhound devours human flesh, feral children stalk the shadowy streets and make murder a terrifying game.
  • Doomstalker

    by Gary Brandner
    Marika, a young female member of an intelligent, canine-like race, survives the massacre of her tribe by nomads, only to be captured by the Silth Witches who want to use her psychic powers for their own battles with the nomads.
  • Dragon

    by William Schoell
    Photographer Eddie Drake jumped at the chance to join an archaeological expedition to the lost city of El Lobo. But he was utterly unprepared for their bizarre discovery of seemingly endless caverns beneath the Mexican mesa–caverns formed of living flesh!
  • Fatal Beauty

    by William Schoell

    They called it porodyne. A bizarre by-product of bio-engineering, porodyne has been found — quite accidentally — to have some very special properties. Properties that could render cosmetic surgery obsolete. Properties that could turn Barrows Industries into a billion-dollar gold mine. The changes porodyne makes in human skin are permanent. It could mean new life for burn victims, people scarred by accidents, old folk yearning to be young again, models who insist on being more beautiful…

  • Fright Night

    by John Skipp & Craig Spector

    Fright Night is a novelization of the classic horror movie.

  • Hot Splices

    by Mike Watt

    If you do not love film… If you do not wish to devour it as it devours you… If all you seek from film is entertainment… …This is not the book for you. From filmmaker Mike Watt, author of “Phobophobia” and “Suicide Machine”, director of “Razor Days” and “A Feast of Flesh”, comes a brand new collection of horror fiction. You’ll never watch a movie again without also feeling like you’re being watched.

  • Killing Time

    by John Penney

    Daniel’s life takes a terrifying turn when a woman staggers out of the darkness, bloodied and beaten. Pleading for his help, she warns that her attacker is after her. He takes her in, but while trying to call for help, he hears her blood-curdling scream from the other room. He frantically searches but cannot to find her. Who was she? Who was trying to kill her? This sends him on an obsessive quest…

  • Late at Night

    by William Schoell

    They had gathered for a weekend on notorious Lammerty Island, a harsh outcropping of rock off the coast of Maine with an unsavory reputation for repeated violence and bloodshed. But none of the assembled guests believed rumors of an evil psychic force emanating from the accumulated atrocities of the past and awaiting the summons of an uncanny power.

  • Our Lady of the Inferno

    by Preston Fassel

    In the Spring of 1983, Ginny Kurva, is a twenty-one year old, alcoholic prostitute working Times Square in order to care for her paraplegic younger sister. Nicolette Aster, is a middle-aged waste management executive at a landfill who moonlights as a cannibalistic killer, and has begun stalking Ginny. But Ginny is far more dangerous than she appears, and poses just as much a threat to Nicolette.

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