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Tag Archives: Anthologies
“General!” Story: New York City. A tough place for a cat to be on the street. Especially when scary stories pop up everywhere he goes. Don’t worry, little Drew Barrymore will take him in. After the other two stories play … Continue reading
“We’re all on that same endless highway, the one with no name and no exits…” Story: A lonely stretch of dusty highway is the stage for four tales of guilt and punishment. Vengeance demons in the rearview are closer than … Continue reading
“It’s that house! There’s something about it!” Story: Four stories. One house. All built by Psycho’s Robert Bloch. Why don’t you come in? Scares: Lots of quality creep, and a few flat-out shivers. Splat factor: Very little. Kinda ironic, considering … Continue reading
“Mommy? How does he get in the house?” Story: 8 holiday-themed tales of terror. From Valentine’s Day to NYE, a whole lotta people are gonna get offed. Pass the popcorn! Scares: Some effective ones, some not so effective. All depends … Continue reading
“He came to see that curses and blessings were often interchangeable.” Originally published: 1996. Yeah, a re-print. But it’s edited by Ellen Datlow. I’ve loved every anthology she’s ever worked on. World’s Best Fantasy and Horror. ‘Nuff said. And this … Continue reading
Now that spring is around the corner, it’s time to find chills the old fashioned way; from horror movies. I’m a sucker for horror anthologies, so when I saw the Fun Size Horror: Volume Two* trailer, I had to share … Continue reading