This October on Friday the 13th
Michael David Wilson's debut Novel HOUSE OF BAD MEMORIES
From the author of The Girl in the Video comes a darkly comic thriller with an edge-of-your-seat climax.
Denny just wants to be the world’s best dad to his baby daughter, but things get messy when he starts hallucinating his estranged abusive stepfather, Frank. Then Frank winds up dead and Denny is held hostage by his junkie half-sister who demands he uncovers the cause of her father’s death.
Will Denny defeat his demons or be perpetually tortured for refusing to answer impossible questions?...
You'll recall that Night Worms was honored to share an exclusive Cover Reveal for THEY'RE WATCHING back in October. So we are more than thrilled to celebrate the book's release and success with a Side by Side Book Review from Mindi & Sadie.
After relocating to a small coastal town, Brian discovers a hole that gazes into his neighbour’s bedroom. Every night she dances and he peeps. Same song, same time, same wild and mesmerising dance. But soon Brian suspects he’s not the only one watching and she’s not the only one being watched.
They’re Watching is The Wicker Man meets Body Double with a splash of Suspiria.
When was the last time a book's ending crushed you? For me, it was when I finished THE GIRL IN THE VIDEO by Michael David Wilson. It comes in at a whopping 88 pages but packs a serious punch. If you’re anything like me, you have been doing a ton of projects in quarantine and have been spending lots of time in the garden, so having a shorter book is crucial. I definitely recommend you pick this one up ASAP.
Welcome to a little Tuesday movie. Make yourself some buttery, salty popcorn just like we all used to enjoy when we could go to the theater together. This is the book trailer for THE GIRL IN THE VIDEO by Michael David Wilson.
FROM THE CREATOR OF THIS IS HORROR, COMES A NEW NIGHTMARE FOR THE DIGITAL AGE.
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After a teacher receives a weirdly arousing video, his life descends into paranoia and obsession. More videos follow—each containing information no stranger could possibly know....