In celebration of the spirit of the season and in recognition of the CIA’s historic plot to bomb Cuba and blame a foreign government, our second anthology High Strange Horror is free for Kindle now through Halloween!
As we’re gearing up for our next book and saving our pennies for Necronomicon, we’re dropping prices to get our titles into more hands.
The Lesser Swamp Gods of Little Dixie by Jonathan Raab and Hive by Alex Smith are now only 99 cents each for Kindle. For $2 that’s two tales of terror.
Hive is the story of a couple who moves to a too-good-to-be-true apartment building in New York City following their abortion. When images of bizarre medical experiments appear on their television, they soon discover they’ve entered a surreal world of biological horrors and animalistic violence.
The Lesser Swamp Gods of Little Dixie follows a conspiracy theory radio show host turned county sheriff into the heart of haunted southern Oklahoma. Corn cob monsters, inhuman bog ghouls from hell, and warring witch-cults are all out for blood in this pulp horror adventure.
Now through Thursday! FREE for your Kindle: The Hillbilly Moonshine Massacre. I hope ya dig it—it’s the most personal thing I’ve written, and it’s one hell of a yarn, if I do say so myself!
Now that October is finally here, I’ll be celebrating all month long by posting a trailer a day of my top 31 favorite selections from the esteemed ranks of horror cinema, as well as a few notes on why I love each film. Now, this list is wholly biased and personal, and, honestly, I keep changing the rankings day by day. So go easy on me if we don’t agree!
31. Nightbreed (1990) Directed by Clive Barker
This is the ultimate B-movie; something that aspires to greatness but wildly misses the mark, but is fun, off-beat, uneven, bizarre, creepy, and a heck of a good time. The entire budget went to masks, make up, and sets. They certainly didn’t have any money left over for a comprehensible script. It’s a poor man’s funhouse mirror reflection of The Wizard of Oz. I suggest a few beers (or a Colorado brownie) when watching this one. Avoid the inferior Director’s Cut if possible. Then again, this looks great on Blu-Ray.
Aaaaand we’re giving away the updated Kindle version of High Strange Horror, our bizarre and diverse paranormal/high strange/weird horror anthology, for the next few days. Grab a copy and read a few spooky stories to celebrate the season! Click on the image below for the link.