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  • Criminal Macabre: The Complete Cal McDonald Stories

    by Steve Niles

    The world has two faces. The natural and the supernatural. The face we see every day, people filing past us in an almost zombie-like stupor, numb to the horrors of everyday life or driven to madness by the pain and agony of modern-day existence. And those are the people who aren’t zombies or monsters! Cal McDonald is a detective with one foot in the real world, and one in the world of magic.

  • Filmsuck, USA.

    by Eileen Jones

    For anyone wondering why both Hollywood and independent movies suck so badly lately, this collection of hilariously angry film reviews excoriates the recent film flameouts darkening our multiplexes. An extended introductory rant provides historical perspective on the long decline and fall of the American cinema.

  • Floater

    by Gary Brandner

    The Insiders Clever Alec, Arrogant Roman, Beautiful Lindy. The popular kids at school. They don’t know who they hurt. And they don’t care. The Outsider Frazier, brainy and awkward, the school geek. But he has a special talent the ability to send his mind on long journeys out of his body. Then one night a prank goes hideously wrong. Twenty years later Alec, Roman and Lindy are summoned back to their hometown an invitation they cannot refuse. It is a high school reunion they will never forget…if any of them lives through it.

  • 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.

  • In Sheep’s Clothing

    by Chauncey G. Parker III

    This novel concerns the epiphany of an idealistic, recent seminary graduate who must learn the bitter life lesson that what appears in front of the reredos does not always conform to the reality behind it, and whether he can do what he knows he must before it is too late.

  • It Came From the Video Aisle!

    by Dave Jay, William S. Wilson and Torsten Dewi

    This book tracks the history of Charles Band’s Full Moon Entertainment Studio, from its late ’80s birth among the ruins of the American drive-in through to the modern digital world. This is an essential read for any cult film fan.

  • 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…

  • Morning Star

    by Peter Atkins

    San Francisco, 1988. A serial killer is on the loose. Twelve victims so far, all ritually disfigured. Scrawled in each victim’s blood, a single word: Morningstar… Investigating the murders, Donovan Moon and Shelley Masterton find themselves drawn into a nightmare of death, destiny, and unholy power – because Morningstar may be more than a murderer, and his victims may be more than human.

  • Necessary Monsters

    by Richard A. Kirk

    Lumsden Moss is an escaped thief and an unrepentant bibliophile with a long-suffering desire to foist some karmic retribution on those who have wronged him. But when the opportunity to steal a rare book from the man who sentenced him to prison puts him on the wrong side of the wrong people, Moss finds himself on the run.

  • Nymph: The Singularity

    by Jill Killington

    What if you could buy the perfect lover built just for you — would you be willing to pay the price? Not long from now, an intelligent android will be invented that is completely indistinguishable from human. The brand name for this type of robot will be “Nymph”, and their purpose will be to provide their owners with sexual pleasure, but nothing is ever as it seems.

  • Offshore

    by Gary Brandner

    In the small California town of Santa Marta, oil and water become an explosive mixture when the human elements of lust and greed are thrown into the crucible. When news of a major oil well discovery in its channel leaks out, the quiet town is rocked by murder and terrorism…and naked desires are unleashed on every level.

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