From the author of They Came with the Snow, comes a new creepy horror thriller that will keep you turning the pages and wondering who may be lurking outside your door.
It hadn’t rained in months in the isolated quiet town of Garmella, Arizona where cell phones are forbidden. And rain wasn’t in the forecast.
Then one June night, a day after the opening of a massive sinkhole at the town’s edge, torrential rain descends on Garmella.
The rain brings relief to the town, but that’s not all that comes with the rain.
By morning, an ancient evil has consumed the town. An evil responsible for countless deaths and disappearances over the centuries.
Now, Ramon Thomas, sheriff of Garmella, and his deputy Allie, as well as a small group of survivors, must confront the evil before it spreads beyond Garmella to the rest of the world, threatening the destruction of civilization.
A must-read horror thriller for fans of Bird Box, The Silence, A Quiet Place and The Stand. It’s thrilling. It’s disturbing. It’s unlike any horror book you have ever read. Grab your copy today and prepare to be swept into a story you won’t soon forget.
Gretel: A Horror Thriller (Gretel Book 1) by Christopher Coleman: Alone. Frightened. Captive. If you hear someone approaching, RUN. She is not there to help you. There is an ancient evil in the Back Country, dormant for centuries but now hungry and lurking. Then it sets its sights on an unsuspecting mother one routine morning along an isolated stretch of highway…
Alone. Frightened. Captive. If you hear someone approaching, RUN. She is not there to help you.
There is an ancient evil in the Back Country, dormant for centuries but now hungry and lurking.
When it sets its sights on an unsuspecting mother one routine morning along an isolated stretch of highway, a quiet farming family is suddenly thrust into a world of unspeakable terror, and a young Gretel must learn to be a hero.
Full of twists and turns, Gretel will have you on the edge of your seat. If you like books by Stephen King you will love Gretel.
If you can’t get enough of post-apocalyptic horror thrillers, try the They Came with the Snow Series.
The fight for survival started with a blast.
Then it started snowing in May and the grid failed.
Then they came.
Who are they? And what do they want?
Find out in this short fast-paced post-apocalyptic survival horror thriller that will leave you wanting more.
When a mysterious blast goes off in a small college town, triggering a blizzard, college professor Dominic and the few remaining survivors must decide whether to stay or leave and face the monsters who came with the snow.
They Came with the Snow is the first installment in this chilling and scary series, reminiscent of Stephen King’s, The Mist, and a must-read for true science fiction and post-apocalyptic horror fans.
The complete They Came with the Snow series includes:
They Came with the Snow (They Came with the Snow Book One) The Melting (They Came with the Snow Book Two) The List (They Came with the Snow Book Three) The Ghosts of Winter (They Came with the Snow Book Four)
From the ocean, it rose.Every fourteen months it appears on a secluded beach in a small town just before dawn.
One morning during his daily run to the beach, Danny Lynch witnesses the strangest and most incredible thing he’s ever seen.
A dark, man-like figure emerges from the ocean, stands for just a few moments on the beach, and then retreats back to the surf.
Danny’s perspective on the world changes in an instant, and as the only eyewitness to this event, his mission now is to convince anyone who will listen that what he saw was real.
But with only a vague photo and a dubious story, that task is proving almost impossible, and his only hope may be in finding a mysterious woman who was at the beach earlier that morning, and who may hold the terrifying secret that could cost Danny his life.
What did Danny see? And why is he in danger?
Find out in this creepy and terrifying horror psychological thriller with a twisted ending that will shock you. Don’t miss The Sighting. Start reading it today.
The complete series includes:
The Sighting (The Sighting Book One) The Origin (The Sighting Book Two) The Reappearance (The Sighting Book Three)
The best thing by far about Ma is Octavia Spencer, which, I guess, if you’re going to have one great thing, it should be the actress playing the title character. She’s funny and vulnerable and creepy, and also a believable lure for the unwitting teens.
But the movie is a little thin in terms of plot, and I’m not quite sure the genre.
It’s not scary enough to be horror; not funny enough to be comedy.
And a half hour in, there was little mystery about where the movie would end up.
Spencer is all in though, and great acting in mediocre movies is a novelty I’ve always enjoyed (Margot Robbie in Suicide Squad; Ewan McGregor in the Star Wars prequels).
64% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes feels about right.
Midsommar has gotten a lot of attention in the genre this year, and for good reason. It’s well-acted, kind of funny, and very unusual in that the whole movie takes place in glaring daylight, which I always find makes horror creepier. The movie is actually very visually appealing, apparently filmed atop some rolling landscape in Hungary. It is violent, so if you’re not into that, and I guess it was somewhat predictable at times, though that fact didn’t really detract from the story.
I don’t know if it’s a great movie (it might be), but I never got bored with it or found my mind wandering, which I often do with movies that are 2 hours+. And, maybe most telling, I’m still thinking about it days later.
Just finished watching the second season of “Dark,” which kept popping up on lists of the best shows on Netflix, and I gotta say, if you’re into German time travel shows (and who isn’t?), this is your piece.
Actually, it’s very good.
The story is incredibly high-concept and hard to follow at times–like every time-bending show/movie–but it will blow your mind and keep you invested.
Maybe not binge-worthy though, because you may need some white space in between episodes. Also, the acting is great, so don’t do the dubbed version or you’ll miss it. Switch the settings to German and deal with the subtitles. #netflix#dark
Time Trap is a movie that I had never heard of, and since the title sounded like a bad 80’s TV show that didn’t make it out of pilot, I was very skeptical as I accepted the #Netflix challenge to Watch Now.
But this movie is awesome!
Okay, maybe that’s a little strong, but this movie is good! It doesn’t start so strong, I’ll admit it; the first twenty minutes or so are pure SyFy Channel (which, admittedly, isn’t always a bad thing). But then the movie suddenly gets momentum and becomes exciting and strange, with mind-bending twists that don’t quite make sense but are still pretty cool.
And the next thing you know, cavemen are fighting spacemen. ‘Nuff said.
77% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes which feels about right, and it’s certainly worth the 87 minute investment.
If you’re like me and you enjoy hearing 80’s music playing while a maniac puts a butcher’s knife through someone’s face, then the latest season of American Horror Story is for you!
AHS 1984 premiered on Wednesday and, wow, is it violent. How violent? Let’s just say there’s a scene where ten kids are lying dead in a cabin, murdered with the aforementioned butcher’s knife–and that’s before the credits!
But actually…I liked it. It’s pure 80’s slasher (camp counselors and all). Not sure how they’re going to sustain the pace of the first episode over an entire season, but I’m going to find out. #AHS1984#AHS#americanhorrorstory
A cruel young queen in search of what she believes is rightfully hers. A mysterious woman willing to sacrifice her own to gain the ultimate power.
New evils, more terrifying than their predecessors, are rising and threatening the land.
Gretel and Hansel have returned from the Old World to prepare for their latest quest: to find the lost books of Orphism.
But one of those books, The Book of the Crippling, has already been unleashed, and its contents reveal a power unmatched in history.
It is up to Gretel and Hansel, as well as their mother, Anika, who has spent the last decade as a nomad at the opposite end of the earth, to stop the converging evils from capturing the book and controlling the world.
The Crippling is the fifth book in the Gretel series.