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Ferals. David Lapham. 2011.

Ferals. David Lapham. 2011.

“Officer Dale Chesnutt has a big bloody problem – slaughtered civilians are turning up in the sleepy town of Cypress and now it’s on him to figure it out. But while he is discovering more carnage, and his violent passions for a sexy mysterious woman, a vicious creature strikes again, this time at Dale’s own family.” Avatar Press.

David Lapham (Crossed: Badlands, Stray Bullets) and Gabriel Andrade (Lady Death) create a non-stop sex fueled bloodbath with Ferals. Violent, Bloody, Gruesome and Shocking are but a few of the words I would use to describe this series; mix in generous helpings of brutally rough sex (with lots of overly large breasted women) and Ferals is a surefire winner. Truly fearsome Werewolves (not your tweeny fantasy twilight dogs) make this series a pleasure to read. If you are into werewolves at all, Ferals is required reading. If you just want something soaked in gore and scattered with some beautifully drawn women, this will do as well. Avatar Press keeps on delivering with over the top and extremely graphic horror titles! Ferals @ Avatar Press. Enjoy!

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Like Porno For Pyschos

Like Porno For Pyschos. Wrath James White. 2011.

I found myself in need of another quick fix today so I turned to my current obsession; Like Porno For Psychos. Imagine a cure that would eliminate AIDS, the common cold and make a person feel ten years younger. Perfect. What could be wrong with that? Well what if the cure had side effects that include increased libido and sexual voracity. Even better! After The Cure is a short story centered on the idea of human lust gone awry. Imagine people surrendering to their sexual desires en-masse, disrobing in the streets focused on one thing and one thing only, pleasure. The need becomes so great that normal everyday needs go unnoticed. Eating, drinking and bathing, forget about it – more sex please. I think you can connect the dots here. What a way for civilization to end though! One world spanning depraved orgy. Sign me up. This one isn’t as violent as other entries in the book but the subject matter is definitely interesting. Read it.

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Like Porno For Pyschos

Like Porno For Pyschos. Wrath James White. 2011.

Splitting my time between watching full length horror films, reading horror novels and……sigh….work, I sometimes get the urge for a quick “hit” of gruesome goodness; something that I can read in the time it takes me to drink a cup of coffee and have a smoke. I decided to put down Richard Laymon‘s, The Midnight Tour (the third book in his teratophiliac BDSM series appropriately named The Beasthouse) in favor of a quick 15-20min blood soaked joy ride. I just happened to have a nasty little tome laying around called-Like Porno For Pyschos.  Catchy title isn’t it? Written by a fellow named Wrath. Wrath James White; that’s a pretty kick ass name if you ask me. You could write a story about this guys life; Philidelphia street tough, kickboxing in the Orient (a-la Bloodsport) and full time splatterpunk virtuoso.

I opened Like Porno For Pyschos and selected a story entirely at random-Feeding Time. I was wholly shocked and disturbed by this tale of sexual fetishism gone wrong; or right depends on how you look at it. A lonely wife with a fetish for Lions (yes I said Lions) spends her free time at the zoo masturbating while she watches the zookeeper feed the big cats raw meat. That’s really about as much as I can describe without giving away too much, it’s a short story after all. Needless to say that any fetish involving lions, the Kings of the Jungle (or the savannah if you want to be accurate) will usually end terribly. And it does, in a twisted depraved and utterly disturbing way. All I can say is wow! Truly truly twisted. I will be devouring (no pun intended) the rest of this fantastically sick collection ASAP! I suggest you do the same. Enjoy.

The Beasthouse puremassacre

The Beasthouse. 1986.

Author Gorman Hardy is hot on the trail of another bestseller and if half what’s said about Malcasa Point is true, he’s bound to make a killing. Petite and pretty Tyler and sexy Nora visit Malcasa full of expectation. But Malcasa Point is a place of pain, bestiality and death in The Beast House. (Amazon)

Just finished The Beasthouse this afternoon. Having completed The Cellar two days ago, the story of Malcasa Point and the legend of Beasthouse is still fresh in my memory, burned into my neurons permanently. I breezed through the book rather quickly hoping for more bloody carnage along the way but was a little disappointed to find that Beasthouse was a little tame compared to The Cellar. I thoroughly enjoyed the read though; the characters and their various relationships grew on me and I found myself emotionally invested in their struggles (weird I know, I usually just want most people to meet a horrible end in the most bloody and disgusting way possible). I especially despised the shock author Gorman Hardy, what a complete sleazeball a#$hole, I truly wanted him to die! Anyway while Beasthouse was a less brutal (I thought so) entry in the series, it was nonetheless an entertaining read and shed some more light on the sick and perverse legends surrounding Malcasa Point and that terrible house. I will be jumping right to the third book in the series….The Midnight Tour. The Beasthouse @ Amazon.

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