Hitting the post holiday slow-down with 8 new recommendations for installment 8 of our recommended horror reads. Each of these have been reviewed by our horror curators and have been given the thumbs-up! As we cross into 2021 releases, we’ll be posting curation results in each new recommended books’ page. Here’s a sample for one […]
Grindhouse Press is a small press with the goal to publish six to twelve books a year with an emphasis on horror, extreme horror, transgressive fiction, sleaze, exploitation, dark humor, and general weirdness with a dark theme.
Agatha Christie meets Ready or Not Prolific horror and crime author Bryan Smith has delivered an uncharacteristically festive murder mystery tale, with all the debauched mayhem we’ve come to expect from the author of Depraved and The Killing Kind. A mysterious invitation to the remote but luxurious Raven’s Reach Manor for an exclusive Christmas Day […]
Matt Kurtz’s second novel, following his 2018 debut Kinfolk is another in a long line of consistently strong releases from Grindhouse Press this year, and Kurtz has cemented his place among horror titans also published by Grindhouse, such as Bryan Smith, C.V. Hunt and Kristopher Triana, with his new book, The Rotting Within. Kenzie Moore […]
My first introduction to Kristopher Triana’s work was when I picked up a copy of his novella The Detained back in 2018. It was an enjoyable, albeit predictable, splatterpunk thriller. Since then, Triana has grown in popularity, with his recent novel Full Brutal, earning rave reviews. When I noticed similar buzz building for his new […]
My copy of True Crime has a blurb by horror mainstay Brian Keene on the cover. He describes the book as “A debut with the power of a nuclear bomb” and one that ranks alongside Jack Ketchum’s The Girl Next Door and J.F. Gonzalez’s Survivor. It is both a bold statement and a potent warning […]
Jessica Sloan’s Last Stand! It is fair to assume that anybody reading this will have at least a passing familiarity with Bryan Smith’s Depraved series, given we are reviewing the fourth book in the series. The original is one of Smith’s best loved works and, over ten years later with the newly published ‘Depraved 4’ […]
What if ghosts were commonplace and what scared us wasn’t a house that was haunted, but one that wasn’t? If you are anything like me, then you won’t need to read on to sell you on this book. The concept on its own was enough to pique my interest. The fact the book is co-authored […]