July 19th, 2018

SCREAM OF THE DAY FOR WEDNESDAY

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The Stall

The Stall

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Can you stall the inevitable? Jezebel has been living a normal life with Rachel; her best friend, roommate and cousin. A horrible tragedy strikes and changes her life forever. Surrounded by a string of murders, Jezebel struggles with the death of her cousin and the haunting memories in her daily life. This feature film shows Jezebel working through therapy sessions trying to learn how to deal with her depression. In her grief Jezebel makes unwise decisions that may lead her to the same fate as Rachel. Can she stall her own demise?


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A Place in Hell

A Place in Hell

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Inspired by a real serial killer. A disgraced detective on the trail of a serial killer and a group of student-filmmakers cross paths at a Halloween fright farm in the dead of winter.

Ghostland Boys

Ghostland Boys

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Two best friends start a ghost hunting company as a scam to make quick cash when their plans to road trip to California are foiled by an expensive engine repair.

City Of The Dead: Remastered

City Of The Dead: Remastered

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RELEASED IN 1960 and directed by John Moxey, "The City of the Dead" (aka "Horror Hotel") takes place in Massachusetts when a curious college gal (Venetia Stevenson) vacations in the remote village of Whitewood to investigate its infamous roots in witchcraft/satanism. When she doesn't return her brother (Dennis Lotis) and her boyfriend (Tom Naylor) come to find out what happened. Christopher Lee plays her solemn professor while Patricia Jessel appears as the town's hotel proprietor. Betta St. John plays the the only normal person in the strange hamlet.

The movie was released in the UK at the same time as Hitchcock's "Psycho," but this one went into production six weeks earlier. I point this out because they share a plot similarity that was groundbreaking at the time (which I'm not going to give away). The film appears set bound, but it doesn't really matter since it was shot in B&W. Regardless, there's an effective spooky ambiance with fog galore. The intelligent and winsome Venetia Stevenson shines as the principal protagonist. WATCH OUT for her surprising "Whoa, Mama!" scene (surprising for 1959, when the film was concocted).


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Treman Mills: A Serial Killer Novelette by Dan Padavona

Treman Mills: A Serial Killer NoveletteDan Padavona

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"Daniel is a master of elegant horror. He paints portraits with words that haunt and terrify. Keep your eye on Padavona." - J. Thorn, Amazon Top 100 Horror Author

Hurrying to get home before dark, Rachel and Charlie take a shortcut through the dangerous section of Treman Mills, a town where five brutal, unsolved murders have occurred in the last year.

When the Black Thorns gang catches them on the wrong side of town, Rachel and Charlie flee into an abandoned building.

But they are not alone in the darkness.

In the spirit of iconic horror classics such as The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and Maniac, Treman Mills is a heart-pounding, gory tale of betrayal and one town's decay. If you enjoy old school slasher horror and serial killer stories, you will love Treman Mills!

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Run by Rich Restucci

RunRich Restucci

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The dead have risen, and they are hungry.

Slow and plodding, they are Legion. The undead hunt the living. Stop and they will catch you. Hide and they will find you. If you have a heartbeat you do the only thing you can: You run.

Survivors escape to an island stronghold: A cop and his daughter, a computer nerd, a garbage man with a piece of rebar, and an escapee from a mental hospital with a life-saving secret. After reaching Alcatraz, the ever expanding group of survivors realize that the infected are not the only threat.
Caught between the viciousness of the undead, and the heartlessness of the living, what choice is there? Run.

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A Latent Dark by Martin Kee

A Latent DarkMartin Kee

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Skyla has lived secretly within the city walls of Bollingbrook for eleven years, playing among the airship factories and trainyards. As one of the Gutter District's nameless destitute, it has gone undiscovered that she has a unique talent: when Skyla looks at a person's shadow she sees through it and into another world. She can see people's fears, desires, their past sins--all as swimming, living creatures.

Her mother has never told her the real reasons why they must remain hidden, never explained the true dangers that exist outside the city walls. But when her mother's past catches up with them both, Skyla finds she must flee out of the city and into a world still recovering from a second Dark Age, a world of adults with secrets only she can see.

For a stranger has recently moved into Bollingbrook, a man some call the Pope of the South, a witch hunter to some and a hero to others. When more children begin to disappear, suspicions are raised and an unlikely search party is formed to find Skyla in the hopes that they aren't already too late.

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The Bride of Ashbyrn House by Amy Cross

The Bride of Ashbyrn HouseAmy Cross

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"I have waited so long for your return."

In the English countryside, miles from the nearest town, there stands an old stone house. Nobody has set foot in the house for years. Nobody has dared. For it is said that even though the lady of the house is long dead, a face can sometimes be seen at one of the windows. A pale, dead face that waits patiently behind a silk wedding veil.

Seeking an escape from his life in London, Owen Stone purchases Ashbyrn House without waiting to find out about its history. As far as Owen is concerned, ghosts aren't real and his only company in the house will be the thin-legged spiders that lurk on the walls. Even after he moves in, and after he starts hearing strange noises in the night, Owen insists that Ashbyrn House can't possibly be haunted.

But Owen knows nothing about the ghostly figure that is said to haunt the house. Or about the mysterious church bells that ring out across the lawn at night. Or about the terrible fate that befell the house's previous inhabitants when they dared defy the bride. Even as Owen starts to understand the horrific truth about Ashbyrn House's past, he might be too late to escape the clutches of the presence that watches his every move.

The Bride of Ashbyrn House is a ghost story about a man who believes the past can't hurt him, and about a woman whose search for a husband has survived even her own tragic death.

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The Anarchist Kosher Cookbook by Maxwell Bauman

The Anarchist Kosher CookbookMaxwell Bauman

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Drop your dreidel and feast your eyes on The Anarchist Kosher Cookbook!

Maxwell Bauman's debut collection of strange Jewish-themed stories will shock and entertain with a modern twist on burning bushes, virgin ghosts, leviathans, Baphomitzvahs, and how to create your own golem to fight off Neo Nazis. These stories transcend the mundane mashugana of life through page turning plots and memorable mensch and schmuck characters. The Anarchist Kosher Cookbook is the perfect Bubbe approved Chanukah gift.

PRAISE FOR THE ANARCHIST KOSHER COOKBOOK

"Ghosts trying to get laid, an "erotic" burning bush, forbidden love between sea monsters and more fill this collection of Torah-influenced bizarro, horror, and pulp fiction. You gotta dig any book that has a recipe for a skinhead-killing Golem."

--Jeff Burk, editor of Deadite Press and author of Shatnerquake

"Maxwell Bauman's writing is wacky and weird. The Anarchist Kosher Cookbook is a strange, surreal, and hilarious ride."

--Danger Slater, author of I Will Rot Without You and DangerRAMA

"Fresh, weird and funny. Bauman's work is a genuine surprise."

--Garrett Cook, author of A God of Hungry Walls

"Maxwell Bauman is equal parts joke teller and doomsday prophet, and his stories transform the somber and ancient religion of Judaism into a bizarro sideshow of death and fire and very dignified giggling. Basically, he's a real mensch."

--David W. Barbee, author of A Town Called Suckhole and The Night's Neon Fangs

"These Stories are weird, punchy, often funny, often emotional but never boring."

--B. Diehl, author of Zeller's Alley

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