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Richard Gavin & Orrin Grey on CALLS FOR SUBMISSION

THE FINAL COUNTDOWN:  My debut collection, CALLS FOR SUBMISSION, will be released May 15th (but you can pre-order from Pelekinesis now, if you’d like). That isn’t that far away, and to get pumped for the big day, I will be showcasing the awesome blurbs the collection has received. 398 more words

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Creature-Feature Conversations: Hellraiser: Bloodline

Creature-Feature Conversations is a series of informal discussions about obscure, unique, or cult horror films, primarily from the 80s and 90s.

Orrin Grey is a skeleton who likes monsters, movies, and especially monster movies. 1,287 more words

Jonathan Raab

Creature-Feature Conversations: Hellraiser III: Hell on Earth

Creature-Feature Conversations is a series of informal discussions about obscure, unique, or cult horror films, primarily from the 80s and 90s.

Orrin Grey is a skeleton who likes monsters, movies, and especially monster movies. 1,306 more words

Jonathan Raab

Creature-Feature Conversations: Phenomena

Creature-Feature Conversations is a series of informal discussions about obscure, unique, or cult horror films, primarily from the 80s and 90s.

Orrin Grey is a skeleton who likes monsters, movies, and especially monster movies. 1,046 more words

Jonathan Raab

Creature-Feature Conversations: Screamers

Creature-Feature Conversations is an ongoing series of informal discussions about obscure, unique, or cult horror films.

Orrin Grey is a skeleton who likes monsters, movies, and especially monster movies. 1,235 more words

Jonathan Raab

THE CULT OF THE HEADLESS MEN by Orrin Grey (Book Review)

THE CULT OF THE HEADLESS MEN by Orrin Grey (Dunhams Manor Press)

THE CULT OF THE HEADLESS MEN (or THE CULT OF HEADLESS MEN, depending) is a limited (to 150) horror novelette in the olden tradition of the weird; and it’s a fucking blast. 359 more words

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Weird Witches' War in Southern Oklahoma!

What do Lucio Fulci movies, ethanol wizardry, talking familiars, the KKK, a grimoire of Satanic spells, the legacy of slavery and racism, (barely) functional alcoholism, the works of Brad and Sherry Steiger, a magical six shooter, undead bog creatures from hell, weaponized flaming skull projectiles, Alex Jones-level technoparanoia, an apocalyptic radio preacher operating out of an abandoned Wal-Mart Tire & Lube, the imminent apocalypse of Southern Oklahoma, and America’s deep and unwavering connection to the occult have in common? 156 more words

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