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The employees of the Freshway grocery store aren’t too happy about having to do an overnight shift, but they’re about to be even unhappier. Their rival store, Devil’s Food, is about to lay siege upon them with extreme prejudice. This is no ordinary grocery chain. Devil’s Food is run by a cult of murderous Satanists committed to killing the competition—literally.
Armed with hatchets, knives, maces and motorcycles, they enter the store and start picking off their victims in the most ghastly and depraved ways possible. The Freshway’s only chance of survival is to fight, and this leads to a bloody battle royal of crazed cashiers, knife-wielding demo ladies, brutal butchers, and teenage clerks determined to make their favorite death metal albums come true.
The Night Stockers is a gory horror comedy by Splatterpunk Award-Winning authors Kristopher Triana and Ryan Harding, the men who brought you Full Brutal and Genital Grinder. Filled with bone-crushing carnage and the heaviest metal, this one promises customer satisfaction.
Have you seen A Serbian Film?
How about Salo?
You ain’t seen nothing yet!
After six years and more than fifty authors, Blood Bound Books completes the Unholy Trinity D.O.A. III, featuring stories from Bentley Little, John Skipp, Kristopher Triana, Shane McKenzie, John McNee, Wrath James White, Jack Ketchum, Ed Lee, and more
You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll vomit
Experience a new type of extreme horror—blood, guts, and a story
“Enjoy the tour, friends. Enjoy the gang-bang. You may need psych drugs afterwards, you may need an air-sick bag and a steam shower, but I feel confident that you will be provocatively moved by this book.” - Edward Lee, from his introduction
Genital Grinder collects the most sought after and most extreme fiction from the diamond in the puke – Ryan Harding.
This book takes us deep, deep into the bowels of Painfreak, the traveling club that arises out of the dark and calls to those seeking the ultimate in pleasure and pain. If you wear the invisible mark of the bone on your hand then enter through the door. Many come to experience the ultimate in decadence and debauchery. And many get lost in a labyrinth filled with depraved sex, beautiful death, and wonderfully horrible sights. You've been given the mark, now step into the heart of…PAINFREAK.
Featuring the following stories:
“Introduction: Why Painfreak?” by Gerard Houarner
“Welcome to the Mercy Museum” by Charlee Jacob & Linda Addison
“Henry-Tobacconist” by John Urbancik
“The Night Sitter” by Edward Lee
“Painfreak” by Gerard Houarner
“The Thick of Chaos” by K. Trap Jones
“Exclusive” by Randy Chandler
“He Who Whispers the Dead Back to Life” by Lucy Taylor
“The Reverend’s Wife” by Tony Tremblay
“Ownership” by Wrath James White
“The Danse Macabre” by Monica O’Rourke
“The Rut” by Gerard Houarner
“Coping Mechanism” by Jeff Strand
“Pretty Me Up” by Michael T. Huyck, Jr.
“Sacred Meat” by Jeffrey Thomas
“Aikiko’s Blade” by Colleen Wanglund
“Divine Red” by Ryan Harding
“Bondage and Godhood” by Jordan Krall
“They Deal in Pain, But Pleasure Is Better” by Chesya Burke
‘Sing Blue Silver” by John Everson
“Storming the Museum” by Charlee Jacob
Monica J. O'Rourke
Regina Garza Mitchell
David G. Barnett
Wrath James White
Paolo di Orazio
A stranger in a mask walks through Philadelphia, handing out tickets to an underground wrestling show promising a level of violence unlike anything fans have seen before. The card features a mix of legends and hot up-and-comers. Most intriguing, it will mark the debut of the enigmatic, hammer-wielding Crimson Executioner, a monster of a man whose promo videos look like something out of Saw or Hostel.
The crowd enters past masked guards who don’t speak. Even the talent doesn’t know who funded the show or why; they’re happy just so long as the checks clear. None of them know the diabolical plot behind it all. When the Executioner murders his opponent in the ring, it soon becomes clear the show is a ritual to open the gates of Hell and unleash PANDEMONIUM.
Demons rise throughout the venue, using the bodies of the dead as vessels to wreak all manner of brutal carnage. Audience members and performers alike must now fight for survival as the contagion spreads all around them, inside the arena and out into the city.
In the tradition of Dario Argento’s Demons franchise and set in the world of hardcore wrestling, PANDEMONIUM is a hyper-violent tale of demonic possession, ancient evil gods, and bleeding the hard way.
It was a killer year for horror fiction of the harder kind. Authors, editors and publishers presented readers with some startling works of horrific imagination, stories graphic in the extreme yet with subtleties suggesting larger meanings, tales that explore humanity by plumbing depths of soulless inhumanity and, in some cases, outright depravity. The stories here represent the best of them, disturbing tales that dig deep and take you into the dark heart of horror itself, unrelenting and unapologetic.
“So Sings The Siren” by Annie Neugebauer takes us onto a Dark Fantasy stage for a one-night-only performance of mythological torture. Then Ryan Harding’s “Junk” gets right to the hardcore stuff with the ultimate dick-pic horror tale. Robert Levy’s “The Cenacle” is a literary cemetery feast you may have a hard time stomaching (Tums won’t save you).
Nathan Ballingrud’s “The Maw” treads surefootedly on Sci-Fi ground, right up to the edge of the Maw itself in a tale of stunning originality. Luciano Marano made his first pro sell when he sold “Burnt” to DOA III, certainly one of the year’s best anthologies, and the tale has it own fiery fetishistic twist.
“The Better Part of Drowning” by Octavia Cade treads waters of both science fiction and fantasy but it’s pure horror at its biting depths. Tim Waggoner’s “Til Death” is Lovecraftian Post-Apocalypse horror at its absolute best.
“Letter From Hell” comes with that special delivery you only get from Matt Shaw. Dani Brown gets down and very dirty in her “Theatrum Mortuum,” which may be the most extreme thing you read all year.
Glenn Gray’s “Break” is a hard-to-take anatomy lesson given to a man weary of doing hard time. In “Bernadette” Ramiro Perez de Pereda gets medieval in his tale of a djinn summoned by a desperate priest.
Brian Hodge takes you on a trip to Mexico you will never forget in “West of Matamoros, North of Hell.” This story is a masterpiece of suspense, a grueling experience that may well leave you exhausted by the end. You might even feel like a vacation afterward, but we’re betting it won’t be to Matamoros.
Bracken MacLeod’s “Reprising Her Role” takes us behind the scenes of a porno snuff film for a gut-wrenching reprisal and unexpected bonus footage.
A real-life death threat inspired Doug Ford’s “The Watcher” and we think it shows. “Scratching From The Outer Darkness” showcases Tim Curran’s descriptive prowess and gives you a tale of hardcore Cthulhu Mythos.
Brace yourself when Adam Howe’s “Foreign Bodies” takes you deep into the bowels of a nasty abyss—which might make a good echo chamber for the laughter Adam’s patented black humor is likely to elicit.
Sean Patrick Hazlett introduces us to “Adramelech,” an ancient demon with a taste for broiled children. Daniel Marc Chant’s “ULTRA” jacks into a popular VR game called Slut Slayer. But what if it’s more than a game?
Nathan Robinson takes us into the trees with a group of militant environmentalists who will discover a tree hugger of the deadly sort, entirely alien to their experience.
Scott Smith (A Simple Plan and The Ruins) wraps up this year’s fat package of the hard stuff in a big bloody bow with “The Dogs.
Three Manhattan rich boys looking for some kicks, a beautiful hill-girl trapped in a life of morbid prostitution, a backwoods town shrouded in a secret so demented that it beggars description. What do these three things all have in common?
The myth is over a hundred years old, and the act more twisted, more perverse, and more utterly hideous than anything imaginable. Rape, mutilation, and torture of the most abominable sort all seem meek by comparison…
Some things are worse than even the devil’s work. Far, far worse.
A novel of unspeakable evil.
A yoga group brings transcendence and bodily transformation. A woman undergoing Gender Confirmation Surgery is subjected to outlandish techniques. A young man discovers the reality-warping potential of a bootleg horror VHS. A mother comes to terms with the monstrous appetites of her newborn child.
Being terrified is just the beginning.
Become one with us and take a deep, penetrating dive into the plasma pool...
This is THE NEW FLESH.
With an Introduction by Kathe Koja.
Featuring stories by: Brian Evenson, Sara Century, C.M. Muller, Leo X. Robertson, Max D. Stanton, Emma Alice Johnson, Cody Goodfellow, Bruno Lombardi, Katy Michelle Quinn, Jack Lothian, Mona Swan LeSueur & Fiona Maeve Geist, Madeleine Swann, Charles Austin Muir, Ryan Harding, Alex Smith, Gwendolyn Kiste, Brendan Vidito, and Sam Richard.
"Fetish technology. Pleasure technology. Sinister technology. Incomprehensible technology. Inhuman technology. Technology plus velocity, velocity plus death, death plus technology." - From the Introduction by the legendary Kathe Koja, author of The Cipher, Skin, and Under the Poppy.
-Bryan Smith, author of The Killing Kind and Depraved.
In the 80s a supernatural killer known as Agent Orange terrorized the United States. No matter how many times he was killed, he kept coming back to spread death and mayhem. With no other choice, the government walled off the small town, woods, and lake that Agent Orange used as his hunting ground. This seemed to contain the killer and his killing sprees ended.
Or so the populace thought...
But really, the government has been kidnapping citizens and giving them to Agent Orange to sate his blood lust. A group of people from all walks of life now find themselves trapped and fighting for their lives against an unstoppable killer.
REINCARNAGE is a blood-splattered meta-tribute to the slasher genre.
There is something seriously wrong with the house at Sixty-Five Stirrup Iron Road. Its history is awash with sadistic violence and fiendish sex. For generations the house has corrupted its inhabitants. Now Arrianne and Chuck have moved in, and the house is ready to hunt once more. But this time the house's occupants won't be the only targets. No one is safe-not the reader, not the authors, and not the horror genre itself...
Nine of the biggest names in horror fiction collaborate on a gore-and-sex-soaked novel with all proceeds benefiting modern master of crime and terror, Tom Piccirilli.
A selection of some of the finest horror writers of today were invited by Matt Shaw to bring him their twisted tales for this anthology. A book put together with the sole purpose of reminding readers what the horror genre is really about. Each author was told they could write about any subject matter they wanted so long as it was set in a world of horror. The only rule they had: No Paranormal Romance. Vampires do not sparkle, werewolves do not date, Witches do not scour Tinder for Virgins and ghosts do not declare their undying love whilst tidying the apartment... This is horror...
Featuring work from:
Introduction - Matt Shaw
Brian Lumley - The Cyprus Shell
Ramsey Campbell - Again
Sam West - Survival
J R Park - Mary
Peter McKeirnon - Doll Face
Andrew Freudenberg - A Taste of Mercy
Mason Sabre - Chocolate
Shaun Hutson - The Contract
Anton Palmer - Dead-Eyed Dick
Wrath James White - Beast Mode
Shane McKenzie - Dewey Davenport
Tonia Brown - Zolem
Graeme Reynolds - The Pit
Adam L.G. Nevill - Hippocampus
Gary McMahon - You Can Go Now
Ryan Harding - Down There
Matt Shaw - Letter From Hell
Matt Hickman - Eye For An Eye
Daniel Marc Chant - Three Black Dogs
Amy Cross - Checkout
Kit Power - Loco Parentis
Adam Millard - In The Family
Guy N. Smith - The Priest Hole
Jaime Johnesee - Just Breathe
Craig Saunders - Raintown Sam
Michael Bray - The End Is Where You’ll Find It
Jeff Strand - Don’t Make Fun Of The Haunted House
Mark Cassell - Trust Issues
Paul Flewitt - The Silent Invader
Clare Riley Whitfield - The Clay Man
Jim Goforth - Animus
Brian Lumley - The Deep-Sea Conch
Chris Hall - Afterword