Behold the Undead of Dracula Cover and Table of Contents Reveal

Behold the Undead of Dracula: Lurid Tales of Cinematic Gothic Horror will debut at Necronomicon 2019 in Providence, RI August 22-25 at the Muzzleland Press table in the vendors’ room!

For those not attending the conference, copies (and an ebook version) will be available online shortly after.

In the meantime, behold this delightfully frightful cover art by the talented Trevor Henderson!

Featuring:

“Go to the Devil” by Matthew M. Bartlett

“Over the Violets There That Lie” by Gwendolyn Kiste

“George Strait and the Black Orchard Grimoire” by Mer Whinery

“Vengeance of the Blood Princess” by Dominique Lamssies

“Diabolus in Musica” by William Tea

“Taste of Fear in the Night (European Release Title: Curse of the Mountain Witches)” by Tom Breen

“You Should Smile More: The Blood Coven of Arkana” by Heather L. Levy

“Mina’s Castle” by Sean M. Thompson

“Cleaver Castle of Carnage Presents: The Coven Strikes Back” by Christa Carmen

“The Bloody Cask of Rasputin” by Thomas C. Mavroudis

“The Filthy Creation of Frankenstein” by Gemma Files

Cover art by Trevor Henderson

Interior illustration by Mat Fitzsimmons

Editing and layout by Jonathan Raab

Stay tuned here or via our Twitter and Facebook pages for further announcements!

TERROR IN 16-BITS now available, with a new season of Spooklights on the way!

It’s here.

Ever play a game too scary to complete? Ever been haunted in the hours after the TV flickered out, thinking of how scary it would be to re-enter that haunted mansion, that bio-weapons lab, that fog-shrouded town?

7th Guest. Splatterhouse. Resident Evil. Silent Hill. Doom. Blood. Harvester. Super Ghouls n’ Ghosts. Castlevania. Dark Souls. Bloodborne.

These titles and more have inspired our newest anthology: Terror in 16-bits. Fifteen spooky levels of ghastly fun and frights, inspired by the horror video games you’ve come to know and love… and shudder to think about.

Available now through Amazon, or through pre-order via our store to support us directly.

Terror in 16-bits: now you’re playing… with TERROR!

And stay tuned for interviews with our authors in the next season of Spooklights! Podfade ain’t got nothing on us, we promise!

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My Little Monster: A Review of ETERNAL FRANKENSTEIN

Eternal Frankenstein
Edited by Ross E. Lockhart
Published by Word Horde
Available Here
Review by Jonathan Raab

From the dedication:

“To Mary. And her Monster. With thanks.”

Indeed! Shelley’s Monster needs no introduction, although its many reinterpretations and reincarnations over the past (almost!) 200 years might leave people with competing ideas over who and what it is and represents. But anyone with a passing familiarity to film and horror knows the basic premise of man-creates-monster, and surely would recognize some form the Monster has taken over the years, whether in the iconic and stoic visage of Karloff, the misshapen face of Lee, the re-animated ghouls of a certain Stuart Gordon film, or even a seasonal breakfast cereal. Continue reading “My Little Monster: A Review of ETERNAL FRANKENSTEIN”

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