White Trash Gothic

26 January 2020 | By Edward Lee | Filed in: splatterpunk.

From the master of extreme horror, Edward Lee, author of over fifty books that have redefined the boundaries of depravity in fiction, comes a novel that brings together all of his most extreme characters into one epic, gut wrenching masterpiece of terror Plagued by nightmares of torture and intense


26 January 2020 | By Kyle M. Scott | Filed in: splatterpunk.

Absolutely gut wrenching Kyle M Scott will turn your stomach as you keep turning pages Tim Miller, author of Hacked and Hell, Texas When Waldo s Burger Emporium rolls into the small town of Plainfield, Ohio, to open the doors of its first fast food restaurant, the whole town is excited.

Year's Best Hardcore Horror Volume 3

26 January 2020 | By Randy Chandler | Filed in: splatterpunk.

Comet Press is extremely proud to present its third annual anthology featuring this year s hardcore corps of authors with the best extreme horror fiction of 2017 that breaks boundaries and trashes taboos It was a killer year for horror fiction of the harder kind Authors, editors and publishers

Killer Chronicles

26 January 2020 | By Somer Canon | Filed in: splatterpunk.

True crime blogger, Christina Cunningham, craves legitimacy She works hard and travels often to make sure her website, Killer Chronicles, has quality content When she finds herself in her home state of West Virginia writing about two odd and gruesome murders, she thinks it is business as usual.

Lady Cannibal

26 January 2020 | By Tim Miller | Filed in: splatterpunk.

Bailey is a troubled girl Ever since childhood she has enjoyed manipulating people in order to get her own way If that doesn t work, she has no trouble taking it by force Once in college, she realizes she may be a sociopath Instead of scaring her, she found the new revelation empowering While

Year's Best Hardcore Horror, Volume 2

26 January 2020 | By Randy Chandler | Filed in: splatterpunk.

Comet Press is extremely proud to present its second annual anthology featuring this year s hardcore corps of authors with the best extreme horror fiction of 2016 that breaks boundaries and trashes taboos Selected from indie publishers and magazines such as Weirdpunk Books, Necro Publications,


26 January 2020 | By Matt Shaw | Filed in: splatterpunk.

WARNING THIS IS AN EXTREME HORROR NOVELLA Although not as bad as some of Matt Shaw s other titles, there is still gore There is bad language There are scenes of a sexual nature But hidden underneath it all is also a chilling story Please do not purchase this book if you are easily shocked,

They Kill

26 January 2020 | By Tim Waggoner | Filed in: splatterpunk.

What are you willing to do, what are you willing to become, to save someone you love On the one year anniversary of his death in a terrible car accident, Sierra Sowell s brother Jeffrey is resurrected by a mysterious man known only as Corliss Corliss also transforms several people in Sierra s life


26 January 2020 | By J.F. Gonzalez | Filed in: splatterpunk.

Rick Nicholson loves his new job at Bent Creek Country Club and Resorts The exclusive five star hotel, located on forty square miles of rolling forests and picturesque prairies, is a perfect getaway for the affluent, and a monument to prestige Bent Creek offers it all at a price But Rick soon

All Hallow's Dead

26 January 2020 | By Bryan Smith | Filed in: splatterpunk.

ALL HALLOW S DEAD is the best slasher movie that no one would have the balls to make disturbing and violent, but with that extra dash of melancholy that makes Bryan Smith s novels stand out from the pack Another great read from one of my favorite authors Trent Haaga, director of CHOP and

Year's Best Hardcore Horror Volume 1

26 January 2020 | By Randy Chandler | Filed in: splatterpunk.

Excerpt from the Introduction Editors Randy Chandler and Cheryl Mullenax put the call out to horror writers and editors of extreme stories, the hardcore stuff that breaks boundaries and trashes taboos, the transgressive tales you can t unread as Chuck Palahniuk says We staked out our territory

Texas Chainsaw Mantis

26 January 2020 | By Kevin Strange | Filed in: splatterpunk.

Praying Mantises have evolved into the dominant species on Earth, having wiped out humans years ago after a genetic experiment evolved the species into man sized, super intelligent insects But they don t just roam the planet aimlessly The Mantises have taken over our jobs Kept the generators

The Art of Horrible People

26 January 2020 | By John Skipp | Filed in: splatterpunk.

From Hollywood film studios to high security psychiatric facilities, there is an art to being a horrible person Splatterpunk legend John Skipp turns the mirror back on ourselves, showing us all the ways that make us the worst monsters of all A decade in the making, The Art of Horrible People

Off Season (Dead River, #1)

26 January 2020 | By Jack Ketchum | Filed in: splatterpunk.

When Off Season, a novel about horror and cannibalism in modern day Maine, was first released in 1980, it took readers by storm and sold over 250,000 copies However, the original edition was edited and content was removed from the story at the publisher s request The whole effect of the book was

The Woods Are Dark

26 January 2020 | By Richard Laymon | Filed in: splatterpunk.

If you ve missed Laymon, you ve missed a treat Stephen King In the woods are six dead trees The Killing Trees That s where they take them Innocent travellers on the road in California Seized and bound, stripped of their valuables and shackled to the Trees To wait In the woods In the