Emily is on a crusade to advance the cause of women's rights. She writes a controversial and incindiary blog called The Radical Feminist where she challenges the male power structure that has oppressed generations of women, tackling issues of equal pay, reproductive rights, and the pervasive culture of rape. Every day she receives dozens of death and rape threats. She has learned to ignore them as little more than the impotent tantrums of weak men, terrified of losing their place of privilege and power ... Until one night they show up on her doorstep. Boy's Night "If Wrath James White doesn't make you cringe, you must be riding in the wrong end of a hearse." -Jack Ketchum, author of The Girl Nextdoor "Wrath James White is the premiere author of hardcore horror. Period." -Edward Lee, author of Header "There is a ferocity about Matt Shaw's writing that is both welcome and also necessary when it comes to horror. Uncompromising and savage, Matt Shaw's writing ensures that the future of the horror genre is in good hands." -Shaun Hutson, author of Slugs
They said I could not become a filmmaker. They said my screenplays were dull and clumsy with thin characterisation. My plots were predictable and endings lame. They said my directing was uninspired and ideas translated poorly to screen. They said my acting was laughable; scenes that were supposed to be tragic caused ripples of laughter. They said I would never make it and that - even if I did - no one wants horror anymore. They want fantasy. They want drama. Comedy, even has its place in the market. Not horror. It's stale. It is stagnant and done to death. Well, whatever they say, I am bringing horror back to the mainstream. It will be shown on every television station and shared across millions of social networking profiles. I am bringing horror back whether the audience wants it or not and it's going to be extreme...
CAUTION: EXTREME HORROR CONTAINED WITHIN There is bloody violence, gore and sexual content contained within this twisted story. Consider yourself warned. HOW WRONG COULD IT GO? CASSIE knew exactly what she was looking for when she trawled the world of mobile dating to find the perfect man for an afternoon of rough, kinky fantasy. She only did this once a year, and this time it was going to be extra special. But, there was just one problem... RICH thinks he's hit the jackpot when he meets a hot older woman on a dating app. She's gorgeous and doesn't want any long term commitments, just an afternoon of no-strings-attached kinky fun - what could be better? But can he be man enough to tie her up and play the role of aggressor in her dark, twisted and violent fantasy? BUT NEITHER of them knew that things would all go so terribly, darkly, disturbingly wrong. DON'T TRUST ANYONE Although this is an extreme horror book with graphic scenes of a sexual nature and violence, it is also at heart a compelling story beyond its bloody thrills. For those who like their horror visceral, but with compelling characters and a plot full of twists and turns to match the violence. Brought to you by Crowley Barns: The long-depraved but newly-published Barns Brother.
A New Translation From The French By Marion Wiesel Night is Elie Wiesel's masterpiece, a candid, horrific, and deeply poignant autobiographical account of his survival as a teenager in the Nazi death camps. This new translation by Marion Wiesel, Elie's wife and frequent translator, presents this seminal memoir in the language and spirit truest to the author's original intent. And in a substantive new preface, Elie reflects on the enduring importance of Night and his lifelong, passionate dedication to ensuring that the world never forgets man's capacity for inhumanity to man. Night offers much more than a litany of the daily terrors, everyday perversions, and rampant sadism at Auschwitz and Buchenwald; it also eloquently addresses many of the philosophical as well as personal questions implicit in any serious consideration of what the Holocaust was, what it meant, and what its legacy is and will be.
Pam Wilkins hates her life. She doesn't have much going for her. Her boyfriend beats her, she looks like the back end of a bus and she's skint. To top it all off, she cleans up other people's sh*t for a living. While she's at work scrubbing a toilet, a Djinn appears in a puff of smoke and grants her six wishes. All she has to do to make her dreams come true, is commit the most heinous, atrocious acts imaginable. Six wishes for six atrocities. It's a no-brainer. Pam will do ANYTHING to get what she wants. But she soon discovers that the price she must pay is far higher than she ever imagined... WARNING FROM THE AUTHOR: This book is offensive. It is not intended for readers of a sensitive disposition. It is hardcore splatterpunk with lashings of violence, sex and gore.
Richard Wright grew up in the woods of Mississippi amid poverty, hunger, fear, and hatred. He lied, stole, and raged at those around him; at six he was a "drunkard," hanging about in taverns. Surly, brutal, cold, suspicious, and self-pitying, he was surrounded on one side by whites who were either indifferent to him, pitying, or cruel, and on the other by blacks who resented anyone trying to rise above the common lot. Black Boy is Richard Wright's powerful account of his journey from innocence to experience in the Jim Crow South. It is at once an unashamed confession and a profound indictment—a poignant and disturbing record of social injustice and human suffering.
In the degenerate, unliked backwater of Dunwich, Wilbur Whately, a most unusual child, is born. Of unnatural parentage, he grows at an uncanny pace to an unsettling height, but the boy's arrival simply precedes that of a true horror: one of the Old Ones, that forces the people of the town to hole up by night.
This is the story of Lilith, born into slavery on a Jamaican sugar plantation at the end of the eighteenth century. Even at her birth, the Night Women—a clandestine council of fierce slaves plotting an island-wide revolt—recognize a dark force in her that they treat with both reverence and fear. But as Lilith comes of age and begins to understand her own feelings and identity, she dares to push at the edges of what is imaginable for the life of a slave woman. And as rebellions simmer and unspoken jealousies intensify, Lilith’s powers and sense of purpose threaten not just her own destiny, but the destinies of all the slave women in Jamaica.
Matt Shaw,Gary McMahon,Kealan Patrick Burke,David Moody
The Devil's Guests From outside the hotel looks like any other in the city. Inside though, a maze of ever-changing corridors, rooms filled with death, traps and - behind the reception desk with a welcoming smile, a sadistic owner who can not wait to help his guests check-out permanently. From the twisted imagination of Matt Shaw, and partly based on the serial killer H. H. Holmes, comes a new extreme horror and a new way of telling the story. While Shaw writes the part of Henry, the sadistic serial killer, he has invited some leading horror authors to write their own characters - introducing them to the hotel before Shaw finishes the story off. This is not an anthology. This is one story with guest authors. With Guest Chapters written by Jeff Strand, Wrath James White, Kealan Patrick Burke, Shane Mckenzie, Sam West, Wade H. Garrett Ryan Harding, Armand Rosamilia, David Moody Gary McMahon Jasper Bark and Mark Tufo! WARNING This is not a pleasant story. This is an extreme horror with many disturbing and violent scenes. If you are easily offended, or shocked, please do not purchase this title.
When the movie starts, the horror becomes real. It was a run-down old multi-plex in a seedy part of town. But it had a special late-night festival of the cheap horror movies one group of friends loved, movies filled with zombies, vampires and backwoods maniacs. How could they know it was a very special screening indeed? After the friends split up and their chosen movies began, they found themselves transported out of the life they knew and into the blood-drenched worlds of the films. Worlds where the living dead roam the countryside, the decrepit mansion of a vampire and his minions dominates the night sky, and the shrill scream of a buzz saw is always right behind you.
Named one of The Guardian's "Best Books of 2016" From the author of My Brilliant Friend Elena Ferrante returns to a story that animated the novel she considers to be a turning point in her development as a a writer: The Lost Daughter. But this time the tale takes the form of a children's fable told from the point of view of the lost (stolen!) doll, Celina. Celina is having a terrible night, one full of jealousy for the new kitten, Minù, feelings of abandonment and sadness, misadventures at the hands of the beach attendant, and dark dreams. But she will be happily found by Mati, her child, once the sun rises. Accompanied by the oneiric illustrations of Mara Cerri, The Beach at Night is a story for all of Ferrante's many ardent fans.
People tune in from all over the world... A not-so secret show aired via a private satellite on the Dark Web, where contestants are forced to fight one another and navigate their way through a maze of unspeakable horrors. In this episode: It's Victoria's turn. A woman plucked from her normal life and dropped directly into Hell, unaware she is being watched all around the world. The producers don't know if she, or the other contestants, will survive and they don't care. All they care about are the viewing figures. More Gore, More Ratings. The Game has started... Warning: There are strong scenes of violence in this book. If easily shocked or offended, please do not purchase. SAW meets The Running Man in Matt Shaw's shocking new horror! "Uncompromising and savage, Matt Shaw's writing ensures that the future of the horror genre is in good hands." Shaun Hutson, author of 'Slugs'
"The mosh-pits have become a warzone..." The hardcore punk scene in 1980s Philadelphia was legendary, and Mack and Jason were at the center of it all - going to shows and fighting Nazi skinheads. In the streets there is a new gang - the Unrest. They started as a shitty hardcore band but became the center of those filled with hate and rage. The Unrest are here to clean the city of the queers and lesser races... Fighting is no longer enough for Mack and Jason. Their enemy is becoming too strong and too eager to inflict the worst kinds of pain and death. To get the streets back, they must be willing to go further than ever before-now they must be willing to kill... From the modern master of hardcore horror, Wrath James White, comes a novel of street-level violence, hardcore punk, and the passion of friendship.
Stephen King meets Pretty Little Liarsain this pulse-pounding novel from the author of The Mercilessa Just back from rehab, Casey regrets letting her friends Shana, Julie, and Aya talk her into coming to Survive the Night, an all-night, underground rave in a New York City subway tunnel. Surrounded by frightening drugs and menacing strangers, Casey doesn't think Survive the Night could get any worse... a ...until she comes across Julie's mutilated body in a dank, black subway tunnel, red-eyed rats nibbling at her fingers. Casey thought she was just off with some guy-no one could hear her getting torn apart over the sound of pulsing music. And by the time they get back to the party, everyone is gone. a Desperate for help, Casey and her friends find themselves running through the putrid subway tunnels, searching for a way out. But every manhole is sealed shut, and every noise echoes eerily in the dark, reminding them they're not alone. a They're being hunted. a Trapped underground with someone-or something-out to get them, Casey can't help but listen to Aya's terrified refrain- oWe're all gonna die down here.o From the Hardcover edition.
WINNER OF THE JAMES HERBERT AWARD FOR HORROR WRITING “The Troop scared the hell out of me, and I couldn’t put it down. This is old-school horror at its best.” —Stephen King Once every year, Scoutmaster Tim Riggs leads a troop of boys into the Canadian wilderness for a weekend camping trip—a tradition as comforting and reliable as a good ghost story around a roaring bonfire. But when an unexpected intruder stumbles upon their campsite—shockingly thin, disturbingly pale, and voraciously hungry—Tim and the boys are exposed to something far more frightening than any tale of terror. The human carrier of a bioengineered nightmare. A horror that spreads faster than fear. A harrowing struggle for survival with no escape from the elements, the infected…or one another. Part Lord of the Flies, part 28 Days Later—and all-consuming—this tightly written, edge-of-your-seat thriller takes you deep into the heart of darkness, where fear feeds on sanity…and terror hungers for more.