A glowing review of Terror in 16-bits

19875223_1850540851932543_8775397311867710329_nSci-Fi and Fantasy Reviewer takes a deep-dive into videogame-based horror with our anthology Terror in 16-bits!

Check out the review here.

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Spooklights #37: Radio Free Conspiracy Theory

a1707321131_10Mississippi Bones’ latest album is a collaboration with a number of indie horror authors—a concept album chronicling the paranoid rural county sheriff Cecil Kotto’s final broadcast.

Jared Collins joins Jonathan Raab and Sean M. Thompson to discuss the band’s origins and the new album.

Listen on YouTube and SoundCloud. (You can also subscribe via your podcast app of your choice!)

Check out the album here.

Trade Yer Coffin For A Gun by Mer Whinery now available in Kindle and paperback

front 2A frontier town in peril!
The savagery of the hungry damned!
An unholy trio their only salvation!
Southeastern Oklahoma of the 1880s:
Little Dixie to some. Hell to others…

In the chaotic years following the end of the Civil War, Little Dixie is a brutal no-man’s land where life and death are dictated not just by gangs of lawless thugs, but by far more sinister things as well. Shadowy beings that walk the line in the dirt separating Jesus from the Devil, writing their names in blood, terror, and human suffering.

Such is the woeful condition of Coffin Mills, a town cursed by a history of dark arts and shameful secrets. Something wicked has been stealing the town’s children, something not of this world, or even the next.

Salvation arrives in the form of a trio of mysterious gunslingers known throughout the South as the Haints, a legendary band of bounty hunters specializing in tracking prey of a supernatural variety. They kill monsters, plain and simple.

Haunted by a violent past that will either deliver or destroy them, will they emancipate Coffin Mills from its otherworldly predator, or will all be lost to something far worse than even eternal damnation?

Available on Amazon

A few signed copies left in our Storenvy store

Spooklights #35 Horror Cinema Roundtable Part II: The Bloodening

Matthew M. Bartlett, Gemma Files, and Orrin Grey (sort of) join us to talk about their favorite horror movie influences, using decapitated heads for unspeakable acts, the redeeming message of Calvinism, Yaphet Kotto, and more.

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Fight the Future, Support Your Local Sheriff

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They want you to relax and sit back
Rest those weary bones
Flip on the tube and let the propaganda take hold.
Because freedom won’t fall to the sound of enemy bombs
But the tune of snake oil speeches and thunderous applause.

https://mississippibones.bandcamp.com/track/a-paranoiacs-farewell

Sheriff Kotto rides again! Join him on his last radio broadcast as he hears from old friends, new threats, and rocks out to brand new conspiracy-horror-inspired music from Mississippi Bones.

RADIO FREE CONSPIRACY THEORY from Mississippi Bones, co-written with Jonathan Raab and featuring Matthew M. Bartlett, Sean M. Thompson, Tom Breen, and many more.

Trade Yer Coffin For A Gun – signed copies available

Trade Yer Gun aGrab yourself a SIGNED copy of Muzzleland Press’ latest release—the debut novel of southern-friend spooky short story writer extraordinaire, Mer Whinery!

Trade Yer Coffin for a Gun is Louis L’Amour meets Lucio Fulci in a dust-caked cavalcade of gore and grit. The book barrels forth like a blood-sotted tumbleweed in a high wind. Blood as in the red stuff —buckets of it, in fact—and blood as in family. Reader, you won’t soon forget the Coffin Mills Haints.” – Matthew M. Bartlett, author of Creeping Waves and The Stay-Awake Men

 

Trade your dollars for an old-west horrorshow here!