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Too Much Horror Fiction

And here I was thinking I'd already found the best in canine carnage cover art! Foolish me. Playboy Paperbacks went for the throat with The Accursed (Dec '82) and The Haven (1977). Who knew the entrance to the underworld was paved with bathroom tiles? Standard creepy kids cover with The Banished (Nov '81), while the moody Earthbound (Sep '82) is excellent; Swanson is a Richard Matheson pseudonym. Another monster?! Oh Hellstone (Jan 1981), you tease. Then we get the starkly named Hex (May…

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Okay everybody, you know how it goes, who can help some TMHF readers track down these lost and forgotten horror novels? 1. It's no older than 1993, and I believe it was a paperback. The cover had a very deep blue tint, a haunted looking house in the distance with a log in the foreground, perhaps a felled tree, and above the house was a giant skull with its hands around the house. 2. A large image of a skull filling up the cover with type above it. A very straight-on and brightly/flatly-lit…

Too Much Horror Fiction

"It doesn't follow, Elizabeth, that because you are old enough to be evil, you are an adult." So says Grandmother. And so will any reader say upon finishing Elizabeth, the debut novel from Ken Greenhall, writing under the pseudonym Jessica Hamilton. At just 14 years old, Elizabeth Cuttner is a startling little sociopath with powers natural and not (A Novel of the Unnatural states its tagline). She tells her story in a voice quite distinctive, yes, but also as cool and unforgiving as a marble…

What do folks here think about this horror fiction chart from 4chan?

This is a place to discuss horror literature. Any book is up for discussion as long as that discussion is respectful. It doesn't matter if...

Uncle Doug's Bunker of Vintage Horror Paperbacks: Tales From the Crypt and The…

Tales From the Crypt and The Vault of Horror Film Tie-ins. The Crypt and Vault Keepers are not amused. (And neither is Uncle Doug) Tales From the Crypt Bantam Books. April 1972 $0.75 The Vault of Horror Bantam Books July 1973 $0.95 Back during the early 1970s the British producers Amicus created for themselves a well earned reputation for producing Horror Anthology films. Three of these relied on the works of Robert Bloch. They were Torture Garden, Asylum and The House That Dripped Blood…