Tag Archives: Splatterpunk zine

BULLY by JF Gonzalez (Midnight Library)

After the nostalgia and sheer brilliance of ANIMALS & MONSTERS I tucked into BULLY, a lesser known novel by Gonzalez. Danny Hernandez was a young kid. He was frequently out skateboarding with his best-friend Bobby Whitsett, when they are targeted … Continue reading

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CUTTIN’ HEADS by D. A. Watson (Book Review)

“Aldo Evans is a desperate man. Fired from his job and deeply in debt, he struggles to balance a broken family life with his passion for music. Luce Figura is a troubled woman. A rhythmic perfectionist, she is haunted by … Continue reading

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MONSTERS AND ANIMALS by JF Gonzalez & Wrath James White (Deadite Press)

Fan-fucking-tastic! This book is awesome and a must for any fans of the more extreme end of splatterpunk and extreme horror. The book is two novellas in one, both linked and set in the same universe as JF Gonzalez’s classic … Continue reading

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Splatterpunk Fighting Back

  The latest Splatterpunk anthology, SPLATTERPUNK: FIGHTING BACK (co-edited by Kit Power), has been nominated for a Splatterpunk Award at Killercon (organised by Wrath James White and Brian Keene), along with 3 of the stories: Extinction Therapy by Bracken Macleod, … Continue reading

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“A DIY Guide to Putting Out Your Very Own Zine” by Jack Bantry

“A DIY Guide to Putting Out Your Very Own Zine” by Jack In the 1980’s and 90’s photocopied, or Xeroxed, zines were very popular. They were an affordable way for a publisher to put out an anthology (or collection) of … Continue reading

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TENEBRION by James H Longmore (Book Review)

TENEBRION by James H Longmore (Black Bed Sheet Books) A group of young film makers, hoping to land the coveted first place spot of a contest, have a doozy of a plan to do so. First, they’ll film their movie … Continue reading

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THE SILENCE OF DEATH by Kyle Lybeck (Book Review)

THE SILENCE OF DEATH by Kyle Lybeck Private Paul Eastbrook was a member of Special Forces during the Vietnam conflict. When a routine mission goes terribly wrong, Paul finds himself on the wrong side of justice and held accountable for … Continue reading

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