Ravaged by the Nazi Secret Service during World War II, Romanian resistance forces turn to one of their leaders, Professor Van Helsing for any way out. To fight these monstrous forces, Van Helsing raises a legendary monster from centuries of slumber... Prince Dracula himself. Once he was the ruler of Transylvania. Prince Vlad Dracul, is, above all else, a patriot. He proves more than willing to once again drive out his country s invaders. Upshot: No one minds if he drinks all the German blood he desires. In Berlin, when Hitler hears about the many defeats his forces are suffering at the hands of an apparent true vampire, he is seduced by the possibility of becoming immortal. Thus two forces are set upon a collision course, the ultimate confrontation: Superpower against superpower.
Bloody Mary. The Donkey Lady. Goatman. Champ. These names and others are whispered across generations as warnings of evil manifestations which dwell on American soil. Some are beautiful and misunderstood, others are nightmarish and unspeakable. Despite their differences, they share one thing in common: they are all part of the shared tapestry of terror which winds its way through time and space, but stays forever rooted in the landscape of the United States.
In this chilling conclusion of the horror anthology trilogy, 17 writers and 28 artists have teamed up to unleash the final beasts of the union upon an unsuspecting population. From the humid swamps of South Carolina to the dark forests of Hawaii, prepare yourself for one last journey through the states of terror, and whatever lurks within them.
The definitive chronicle of the making of Wes Craven's 1984 classic horror film.
Never Sleep Again is the ultimate chronicle of one of the most important horror films of the 20th century. Hutson takes fans deeper into the movie s boiler room than they ve ever dared go, from exploring what spurred mastermind Craven to craft his watershed filmto the beginnings of Robert Shaye s revolutionary New Line Cinema. Never Sleep Again features dozens of exclusive cast and crew interviews, in addition to thoughts from those who worked with Craven and Shaye prior to their Nightmare.
This extensively researched, comprehensive look back is the definitive account of the film that began what many have called the best, most frightening and imaginative horror franchise in motion picture history.
Includes 100s of photos
A comprehensive guide to Slasher Horror movies by NW author Ronnie Angel with over three years of research and writing on one of the more endearing genres in fright film history. Features reviews of hundreds of movies in the slasher genre with hard to find and interesting facts, figures and connections for these films - as well as entertaining opinions on each one. Also included are brand new interviews with several of the stars and makers of some of the author's favorite slasher films - including: Adrienne King (Friday The 13th, Friday the 13th Pt. 2, Bully), Felissa Rose (Sleepaway Camp, Slaughter Party), Tom McLoughlin (Friday The 13th Part 6, Sometimes They Come Back), Jim Wynorski (Chopping Mall), Sean Whalen (People Under The Stairs, Hatchett 3), Thomas Drury (Don't Go In The Woods), Jon Fasano (Black Roses, Rock N' Roll Nightmare), Mark Metcalf (The Final Terror, Animal House), John Carl Buechler (Crawlspace, The Prey, Friday the 13th Part 7), Peter Giuliano (The Prowler) and more. It's a must for horror and slasher fans!
When San Angeles's greatest protector, Midnight, squares off in a fight to the death against his archenemy, Old Scratch, a lightning strike triggers the impossible.
Midnight awakes in the demon's body, and he is soon hunted by a group of superheroes led by his ex-lover Catfight. His erratic behavior also sparks a mutiny within his own evil empire.
Trapped in an insane new reality, he devises a reckless plan to eradicate crime in his beloved metropolis, but can he survive long enough to see it through?
A sci-fi thriller ... unlike World Wars I and II where not all countries were involved, this time, they have no choice ....
Forward by Michele Brittany
A.C. Wise – We are not These Bodies
John C. Foster – His Carnivorous Regard
Orrin Grey – The Labyrinth of Sleep
Nathan Wunner – Death May Die
Dennis Detwiller – Knot
Jonathan Sharp – Skoptsy
Cody Goodfellow – Red America
Ferrett Steinmetz – Shadow Transit
Deborah Walker – Baby Rhyme Time
Tom Pinchuk – Nyarlahotep’s Way
Laird Barron – Strident Caller
John Palisano – Lucky Chuck Takes the Sunshine Express
Kevin Westmore - Notebook Concerning Class Struggl in Dunwich, Found in the Ruins of a Construction Site
Michael Hudson – Five Minutes or Less
Chad Fifer – The Baby Downstairs
Robert Stahl – Gifts
Joel Enos – Now We are Nine
Samuel Poots – The Great Old Thing in the Fridge
Marc E. Fitch – God Does Damn the Mind
Greg Stolze – In the Light
Richard Byers – Kickstarter
David Busboom – The Vindication of Y’ha-Nthlei
Konstantine Paradise – Echoes in Porcelain
Sarah Hans – Shadows of the Darkest Jade
Hunter James Martin – The Dreadful Machine
Punk Rock Ghost Story is a one of a kind supernatural horror set against two very different eras of punk rock history.