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Posts Tagged ‘Paul Newman’

Darrell Buxton [ed] – 3rd BHF Book of Horror Stories

Posted by demonik on September 10, 2020

Darrell Buxton [ed] – 3rd BHF Book of Horror Stories  (BHF, Sept. 2020)


Paul Mudie

Darrell Buxton – Introduction

Richard Freeman – Cold Snap
Paul Newman – The Cold Hunger of Dead Wastelands
Tom Lee Rutter – Night of the Raven
Neil Pike – There’s No Businessss Like Showbusinessss
Darrell Buxton – Polish
Ian Taylor – An American Premonition in Lindos
Ken Shinn – Fattening Frogs for Snakes
W.R. McKay – The Connoisseur
Fritz Maitland – Death’s Head
James Stanger – The Half-Deads: The Third Chronicle of Pain
Tony Earnshaw – Special Weapons Division
Daniel McGachey – Last Departure from Hobbs End
Darrell Buxton – Mister Fixit
Eric McNaughton – It Could Have Been So Different…
Ken Shinn – A Modest Proposal
Wayne Mook – Mr Hillsings’ Dinner
Darrell Buxton – Good for the Soul
Ken Shinn – The Naked Ape: A Tale from the Monster Club
Paul Newman – Blood Ties
Martin Dallard – The Beast Must Live…!
Jolyon Yates – Cruelty Free
Darrell Buxton – The First Horror Movie
Samantha Crosby – Pillage of the Damned
Jez Conolly – Nuggets
Tony Earnshaw – Raw
Franklin Marsh – OfficeTech Intra-Personal Relationships Course – October 30th 11 p.m.
Darrell Buxton – Painting With Light
Martin Dallard – Eden: The Paradise That Never Was
Ian Taylor – Taking it Seriously
Ken Shinn – Incident Report: The Halley Incident
Nadia Mook – The Shop
Jason D. Brawn – Death and Loneliness
Neil Pike – Dog Star
Ian Millsted – A Hungarian Vampire in London
Ian Taylor – Minister of the Sinister

Contributors
Artist credits

Blurb:

It is time to keep your appointment…with Fear!
A notorious serial murderer survives to perpetuate his deadly deeds…
Monstrous childhood memories resurface to plague a troubled soul…
A newly opened cinema may he inhabited by the spectre of a vintage movie star – or possibly something worse…
Violent teenage gang members encounter an even more terrifying threat in the woods…

Vampires, zombies, ghouls, monsters, and all-too-human psychos step out of the screen and secrete themselves between the covers of our latest creepy collection – more than 30 terror tales to frighten even the hardiest horror hounds! These petrifying pages contain spine-chilling stories galore, each one a sinister spin on characters or situations from classic and cult British horror movies. Haunted by Hammer? Agitated by Amicus? Tormented by Tigon? Then step this way – you sound like our perfect victim, erm, reader ….

Available now via Lulu World Classics

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Charles Black – 3rd Black Book Of Horror

Posted by demonik on November 1, 2009

Charles Black (ed.) – 3rd Black Book Of Horror (Mortbury Press, June 2008)

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Cover: Paul Mudie

Rog Pile – The Scavenger
Gary McMahon – Takashi’s Last Symphony
David A. Riley – A Sense Of Movement
Joel Lane – Last Night
Paul Newman – Widows Weeds
Christine Mortimer – Out Of Her Head
Steve Lockley & Paul Lewis – Family Ties
Sean Parker – Death-Con 1
Mike Chinn – Like A Bird
John Mains – The Spoon
Franklin Marsh – The Lake
Craig Herbertson – Synchronicity
Paul Finch – In The Thicket
John Llewellyn Probert – John And Jenny And The Lump: A Cautionary Tale
Frank Nicholas – In An Old Overcoat
Julia Lufford – The Looker
Gary Fry – What We Cannot Recall

The third volume in Charles’ BFS award nominated Black Books (as i write we’re on number five).  Several of the contributors will be familiar to you from Vault (although not necessarily under names their mothers would recognise them by). Charles is a huge anthology fan with a particular fondness for Herbert Van Thal’s Pan Book Of Horror series and the Black Books are an attempt at taking up where Bertie left off.

See also Vault’s 3rd Black Book of Horror thread.

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Charles Black – 3rd Black Book Of Horror

Posted by demonik on June 26, 2008

Charles Black (ed.) – 3rd Black Book Of Horror (Mortbury Press, June 2008)

3rd Black Book Of Horror. Cover by Paul Mudie

Cover: Paul Mudie

Rog Pile – The Scavenger
Gary McMahon – Takashi’s Last Symphony
David A. Riley – A Sense Of Movement
Joel Lane – Last Night
Paul Newman – Widows Weeds
Christine Mortimer – Out Of Her Head
Steve Lockley & Paul Lewis – Family Ties
Sean Parker – Death-Con 1
Mike Chinn – Like A Bird
John Mains – The Spoon
Franklin Marsh – The Lake
Craig Herbertson – Synchronicity
Paul Finch – In The Thicket
John Llewellyn Probert – John And Jenny And The Lump: A Cautionary Tale
Frank Nicholas – In An Old Overcoat
Julia Lufford – The Looker
Gary Fry – What We Cannot Recall

Ha! I see we have your attention! Available now, the latest volume in Charles’ BFS award nominated Black Books. Several of the contributors will be familiar to you from Vault (although not necessarily under names their mothers would recognise them by). Charles is a huge anthology fan with a particular fondness for Herbert Van Thal’s Pan Book Of Horror series and the Black Books are an attempt at taking up where Bertie left off. All involved are playing a blinder, not least cover artist Paul Mudie. “Top your work for #2!” they demanded. Paul obliged. Hope to be getting my copy soon, so you’ll probably get a review in about three years if my recent form is anything to go by. Don’t wait!

See also Vault’s 3rd Black Book of Horror thread.

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