Based on very real and practical commentary, life experience, and occasionally, tongue-in-cheek-misfortunes of horror legends, Necessary Death explores how the horror genre, its motifs and characters, offer individuals a unique opportunity for insight and understanding of their own lives.
Necessary Death looks back on several iconic horror films and finds that maybe the genre wasn’t ever really just about men in hockey masks chasing good looking coeds through old dark houses. Even a cursory examination of the horror convention will reveal a plethora of stories from recovering addicts, survivors of...
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?...
THE DAY OF THE DOOR by Laurel Hightower
Published by Ghoulish Books
Cover Artwork: Trevor Henderson
Release Date: April 23rd, 2024
Introducing Bram Stoker Award nominated author Laurel Hightower’s THE DAY OF THE DOOR…in which three grieving siblings confront their manipulative mother after learning of her participation in a popular paranormal television show designed to dramatize the most traumatic day of their childhood, pitched as THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE meets A HEAD FULL OF GHOSTS
BETTER WATCH YOURSELF
By Adam Godfrey
It was a cool, fall night when it came to me. A simple idea, spawned while listening to the radio at a stop light. A random moment, no different than any other, when the lyrics to a song hit me through the speakers.
You wanna know what Zeus said to Narcissus?
You’d better watch yourself.
It was at that moment that a seed was planted, quickly developing into a unique concept that would...