Too Much Horror Fiction
TMHF's Top Reads: Novels
TMHF's Top Reads: Collections
TMHF's Top Reads: Anthologies
TMHF Top Reads: Non-Fiction
Saturday, February 16, 2019
, edited by Charles L. Grant (1981): I Was Born Here and I'll Die Here
"This volume breaks almost every one of my rules," states esteemed author and editor Charles L. Grant (1942-2006) in his intro...
Thursday, January 17, 2019
Eat Them Alive
by Pierce Nace (1977): Green Hell
They were monsters—greedy green monsters! They looked as if they would eat anything they could catch, chewing it to bits in their enor...
Tuesday, January 1, 2019
Top 8 of '18: My Favorite Horror Reads of the Year
2018 was in a way the biggest year ever for Too Much Horror Fiction: in March, the Grady Hendrix nonfiction book it inspired, 2017's ...
Wednesday, November 28, 2018
Miss Finney Kills Now and Then
by Al Dempsey (1982): I'm Younger Than That Now
I hope you enjoy this terrific Jim Warren cover art because that's the only enjoyment you're gonna get here: Miss Finney Kills N...
Sunday, November 25, 2018
by Earle Westcott (1988): The Ice Age is Coming
Cold was there to greet you when you got out of bed in the morning, and keep you company when you climbed back in at night. It sought out...
Monday, October 22, 2018
The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane
by Laird Koenig (1974): Did He Go Away and Leave You All Alone
A mainstream suspense thriller with plenty of '70s vibes, adapted into a fairly well-known movie (if you follow cult films I guess), t...
Friday, September 28, 2018
by Melanie Tem (1992): Ladies of the Canyon
"Horror is a woman's genre," says my Paperbacks from Hell pal Grady Hendrix , and he is so right. Horror is often seen as ...
Friday, September 7, 2018
Coming in 2019:
Paperbacks from Hell
Reprint Line from Valancourt Books!
Great news: at first it was just a secret dream among a few die-hard paperback horror fanatics, now it's a reality! In August, special...
Friday, August 31, 2018
by Thomas Page (1977): You Drive Me Ape You Big Gorilla
Bigfoot was big news throughout the 1970s, thanks to that infamous Patterson footage of the late 1960s. Stomping across the pop cultural ...
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