He Has Many Names by Drew Chial is a fresh spin on the Faustian bargain, a deal with the devil story in the age of artistic desperation.
Entropy in Bloom is a brain grenade that will blow your mind into splattered chunks.
Is there a Satanic conspiracy, is it all a desperate author’s insanity, or is it something else entirely?
New release from CLASH Books up for pre-order.
CLASH BOOKS has your Valentine’s Day covered with two juicy new releases!
He will be missed. RIP
“Being a guest on Get Lit with Leza is like being at a great party and in therapy at the same time.”
“I think I’ve organically drifted from horror to crime/noir to dark/literary.”
“Why the fuck did they make another movie about evil children.”
Brian Keene has single-handedly rewritten the zombie genre with THE RISING and its sequel, CITY OF THE DEAD.
Video review of new horror films “Happy Death Day” and Never Hike Alone.
“Shared weirdness in a damp Necon hotel room.”
“Mad Max: Fury Road level survival intensified by the worst Burning Man acid trip.”
“Easily the most bizarre conversation I’ve ever been a part of.”
“In the 1980s and 90s photocopied, or Xeroxed, zines were very popular.”
“Was it the latent sexuality of Fukunaga’s script that pushed Warner Bros away, or the Lovecraftian aspects that made it too abstract?”
“The panels ooze with demented sexuality, brutality and, uh, eyeball licking.”
Yo, this is creepy and gory. So if that is not is your thing, don’t click play. If it is your thing–your welcome.
“A man lives with a parasite in him.”
“You’ll be grateful for the nightmares.”
“If you enjoy surrealistic Bizarro fiction with a heart too big to contain within its pages, then this is the collection for you.”
“Violence, vendettas, and vaporware. These are the hallmarks of the revenge thriller known as ROTTEN.”
“Welcome to Skin Stories, where I ask some of the most exciting voices in fiction to tell us the stories behind their tattoos.”
“The first entry in the throwback mystery saga, starring Thomas Speed, Ivana Bellorado, and Mike Mike, written by Joel Amat Güell and Jayme Karales, and directed by Jayme Karales, is now online.”
“The beauty of this anthology is how varied the voices are.”
“There was no way I could do a body horror list and not include Brian Yuzna’s Society.”
“Here’s what needs to be on your radar.”
“Sometimes the strange, the ugly, the grotesque and the frightful come together and form something truly amazing.”
“Sometimes I use movies as a gauge whether or not it’s going to work out between me and a romantic partner.”
“Oblivion is only a lap dance away, and even when you leave, you’re never really gone. We take a piece of you, as payment, an offering to our humble little establishment.”
“There is only one way to get rid of temptation and that is to yield to it. Resist it, the soul grows sick with longing for the things it has forbidden to itself.”
“Occult horror blends with giallo-type murders into an unforgettable artistic nightmare.”
“That’s not your face.”
“What’s remarkable about these stories is Evenson’s ability to turn familiar, mundane things into objects of terror.”
“CLASH wants your creepy stories!”
“Every night he asks me the same question. “Will you sleep with me?”
“Screams filled the kitchen of the frat house.”
“What starts as a dare among friends, becomes an encounter with the otherworldly, the horrific.”
“There’s a midget clown covered in swastikas that speaks Spanish, because why not?”
“BONED is a sexy, strange, and heartfelt story about fighting for what you love, no matter how insane the obstacles and how bizarre the stakes.”
“I didn’t know who the hell this Brian guy was, but I did want to fuck her.”
“So the best movie of the summer and maybe the best horror film of the year is about white kids in Detroit robbing a blind guy.”
“She rides that mushroom pole and flips upside down, with her legs spread high above her head. Her big blue eyes and red lips are innocence and corruption made flesh.”
“The cameraman wore a black suit with white gloves and a shiny red shirt. A large, handheld video camera obscured his face. The lens pointed right at me.”
“What I’m about to tell you is the most boring ghost story ever told. It’s boring because it’s true. Every word of it.”
“The Con Season is a very fun and fucked up book that horror fans will love.”
“Though the novel is heavy and chock-full of moments that ache, it isn’t without hope.”
“The Cinematologist is back and this week he’s reviewing the horror sequel The Purge: Election Year, released earlier this week.”
“Top 5 books you should be reading.”
“The Cinematologist is back and this week he’s reviewing the smash horror hit The Conjuring 2, released earlier this year.”
“Mandy De Sandra exposes the truth behind Brexit.”
“Brian Keene’s Pressure and Paul Tremblay’s The Disappearance at Devil’s Rock are both released today.”
“Where other films would shy away from the weird or cut away before things get ugly, Jodorowsky grabs the viewer by the collar and drags them into the thick of it.”
“It’s not hard to see it as a pioneering piece of genre cinema.”
“What is your favorite Vietnam War film, a good friend of mine asked me today. I took a moment and thought about it and answered The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.”
“Some motherfuckers are always trying to ice skate uphill.”
“You could rent two horror films for a dollar at Big C Drugs on South Broad Street in the early nineties. Mom allowed me four to six VHS tapes for my birthday. She wouldn’t help me pick them either.”
“We at CLASH are happy to welcome literature lover and serial killer Jason Voorheesberg.”
“Joel Amat Güell’s popular short story S.O.S. has officially been released for Kindle through Amazon.”
Dark Fiction after midnight…
“It’s not only gay. It’s so bad, it’s good.”
“…more than any other horror film to come out this year, it had a lot to live up to.”
“So does this film compare to what it seemed to try to be a companion piece to? No, not really. But on that same note, I feel I should also say I don’t feel Cannibal Holocaust is a good film either. It’s shocking and disturbing absolutely, but once you get past that what is there? Not much. But this isn’t a review of Cannibal, it’s a review of The Green Inferno. A film that had good ideas in it, but much like the small Timothy Green, it just couldn’t grow to it’s full potential, and that in my opinion hurts worse than it simply being a bad movie.”