Welcome to the Show – edited by Doug Murano

    WELCOME TO THE SHOW is a collection of tales surrounding the fabled San Franciscan concert hall, The Shantyman. In my opinion, rock and horror go together like peas and carrots, so this should be right up my alley. Without further ado, lets jump right in – What Sort of Rube – Alan M.Continue reading “Welcome to the Show – edited by Doug Murano”

Take The Long Way Home – Brian Keene

  During rush hour traffic, a loud trumpet sound blats across the landscape with ear-deafening volume. Auto accidents, plane crashes, and fires ensue. For a carpooling foursome, they end up as one of the casualties and after the dust settles, they find their driver with half his head missing due to a length of pipeContinue reading “Take The Long Way Home – Brian Keene”

Earthworm Gods: Selected Scenes from the End of the World – Brian Keene

Earthworm Gods: Selected Scenes from the End of the World is a tribute to Brian Keene’s fans. People paid to have themselves as characters inserted in his Earthworm Gods mythos. Keene interviewed each person to get a feel for them and then created a short little story where they star in getting killed off inContinue reading “Earthworm Gods: Selected Scenes from the End of the World – Brian Keene”

Earthworm Gods II: Deluge – Brian Keene

Although sequels are rarely as good as the original, Earthworm Gods II: Deluge was close. Keene follows the same format as the first book. The first third takes us back to the flooding mountain in West Virginia where we’re introduced to Henry, who is trapped in the top of a grain silo and escapes toContinue reading “Earthworm Gods II: Deluge – Brian Keene”

The Girl on the Glider – Brian Keene

An autobiographical short-story that Keene serves up and let’s us see a brief snippet of a painful and haunted period of his life. In what he describes as 99.9% true, Keene relives a painful period of his life where a car accident outside his house claims the life of a young girl. At first, theContinue reading “The Girl on the Glider – Brian Keene”