Yes, there will be blood. Lots of it. Gore galore and plenty of the gushy stuff. But you'll also find tales less graphic but with hardcore attitudes, transgressive stories you're not sure you should be reading, stories showing you things you shouldn't see.
Back again with another tome of collected horror. Let’s visit my favourites from the latest collection by
55 ways I’d prefer not to die by Michael A Arnzen is pretty much what it says on the tin, as 55 scenarios of gruesome deaths are discussed and dissected in a series of humorous shorts.
Ownership by Wraith James White is an effed up gory sex horror, which has to be read to believed. Bulging cocks literally fuck people to death in a visceral, blood spattering orgy of BDSM and what the fuckness. I’d worry if this arouses you.
The Bed of Crimson Joy by Jasper Bark. A haunted bed? Why not? An older couple find themselves troubled by an ominous four-poster. Utterly haunting and original.
Please Subscribe by Adam Cesare explores the dangers of baring your soul of the internet, and how bullying can destroy those weak of spirit and how the screen we stare into isn’t just a one-way mirror. What we put online might seem harmless, but every keystroke has its consequence.
Bacne by Tim Miller. A bad case of toxic zits gradually gets worse and worse for warehouse worker Jerry. Labels on things are important and remember health and safety first; before it you regret it.
The Girl who loved Bruce Campbell by Crista Carmen. A die hard Evil Dead fan finds herself under siege by trio of drug fuelled, psychotic maniacs, deciding to take her survival into her own hands, taking inspiration from her favourite horror hero. Bloody good fun.
A mixed bag of tales; the great ones making up for the weaker ones. As usual, Joe Hempel delivers a fine and engaging performance that captures the listener from the get go.