Splatterpunk

Book Review: Industrial Divinity by Regina Watts

Imagine a sadomasochistic performance artist who could die and resurrect over and over again. Who could be flayed, dismembered, devoured, and subjected to any number of artful atrocities. That’s the premise of Industrial Divinity. Watts takes this premise, does pretty much everything you could imagine with it, and some things you probably couldn’t. The book …

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Book Review: Welcome to the Splatter Club Anthology edited by K. Trap Jones

Time to get splattered! Welcome to the Splatter Club is a diverse and enjoyable sampling of Splatterpunk tales that includes such fearsome and blackly hilarious horrors as rebellious sperm, eldritch penguins, and parasites that cause satyriasis. Some of my favorites include ‘Splatter Party’ by John McNee, a tale of a party gone horribly wrong (or …

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Book Review: The Night Silver River Run Red by Christine Morgan

A fast-paced splatter western crammed with deliciously diabolical characters. The carnival has come to Silver River. So has murder, madness, torture, and bloodshed galore! This is a lean, mean yarn in which numerous plotlines converge into a beautifully orchestrated confluence of murder and mayhem. There are enough colorful, fascinating, and downright horrible characters in here …

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Book Review: Brewtality Extreme Horror Anthology edited by K. Trap Jones

A mixed bag of stories with an alcoholic theme. Some of the stories in this volume are amazing, the literary equivalent of a bottle of Kraken or a pint of Sierra Nevada. Others are more like Coors Light. Luckily, the good stories are so good that they make this volume well worth purchasing and reading. …

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