Horror Fiction

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Battle Royale

The book I'm reading right now is a Japenese translated book titled Battle Royale by Koushun Takami. It is about a group of students who are sent to an island to fight until all but one of them is dead. They kill each other, and it is a government run program experiment. It's similiar to the Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins, if you've read it, although Battle Royale was published first.


Similarly, if you haven't read the Hunger Games, I highly suggest that you get right on it. Both books are full of gore and blood. Amazing reads.

rainbowgirl21 - 01/22/2011 - 4:12pm - 2 comments

EEEK! is in stock at ASYLUM PRESS

Hey man,
Just wanted to plug Asylum's new horror anthology EEEK!  It's 176 pages of comic madness.  check the preview.
Available at comic stores, Amazon, etc.
Frank F 
EEEK! is in stock at ASYLUM PRESS

 EEEK! is schedule to ship from Diamond on 11/10/2010 or 11/17/2010

FrankForte - 11/10/2010 - 7:12am - 1 comment

Bummed Over "The 4th Kind"

The movie "The 4th Kind" had me thinking a lot, as did "Fire In The Sky" because they were supposedly based on true stories regarding some form of alien abductions right?  Well, I was half-way wrong.  "Fire In The Sky" may have been based on a book (haven't looked for that one yet) and some actually true occurances,................. but after looking for the the book that inspired "The 4th Kind," because I was really interested in the subject, I found out that it was never based on a book or serious investigative account at all. 

spookyboo - 10/13/2010 - 7:59pm - 8 comments

Here's The Deal

I'm About To Start School This Year And I Don't Read Much But If I Find Good Horror Books Or Something Then I Would Be Willing To Read Does Anybody Know Any Good Horror Books?.

DarknessSoldier - 08/21/2010 - 6:44am - 4 comments

The Girl Next Door by Jack Ketchum

The Girl Next Door

By Jack Ketchum

As children, I'd be willing to bet that nearly every person commits one or more minor crimes. Whether you lift a candy bar from the supermarket on a dare, sneak a look at your Dad's Playboy Magazines or write graffiti on a school wall, the act can make your heart race. There's fear, but also a sense of exhilaration that you might get caught.

dmon_man - 07/21/2010 - 1:21am - 6 comments


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