Yep, Hidden Horror, the book anthology that celebrates over 100 overlooked terror masterpieces, has spread its delicious hideousness out into the world, just like blood specked frosting!
Luckily, I was on hand at this macabre collection’s recent release party to interview a few of the book’s amazing authors.
Indie horror darling Michelle Courvais (Dead Weight, The Landlord) details her love for Brimstone and Treacle, here:
Meanwhile, the glorious Shelley and the fabulous Steve highlight such queer related films as Carnival of Souls and Lemora, as well:
Be sure to pick up Hidden Horror on Amazon:
And if you like, follow its wacky, limb strewn progression at http://www.facebook.com/hiddenhorrorthebook, too.
Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan
“There’s a new girl/boy in town and he’s/she’s looking good!
There’s a fresh freckled face in the neighborhood!”
No, I am not singing about Linda Lavin’s monstrous alter-ego, here, folks – but I am warbling about the bloody wonders of upcoming terror film anthology Hidden Horror.
This grue stained volume features essays on some of the overlooked gems o’ scare including Evilspeak, Night Warning, The Fly II, May and way too many others to name. But, with pieces written by Fangoria’s Chris Alexander, filmmakers like David Schmidt, Dan Kiggins, John Pata, Jason Coffman and such esteemed voices as Denise LoRusso, Kristy Jett, Kristin Wicks and (gulp) yours truly, this collection is guaranteed to expose you to frights that you never even knew you were missing!
To keep up with all the surprises (including release dates) of this literary marvel, be sure to check out:
Meanwhile, Big Gay Horror Fan always smells like old paperbacks at http://www.facebook.com/biggayhorrrofan!
Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!