News Round-up Week Ending 4 May 2018

Here’s a small selection of the horror and genre news that caught our eye during the last week …

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Aaron Dries’ House of Sighs rereleased by Crystal Lake Publishing with exclusive bonus novella The Sound of his Bones Breaking

Award-winning novel House of Sighs, by Aaron dries has been out of print for some time. Now, through Crystal Lake Publishing, the novel is once again available and now comes with an exclusive sequel novella, The Sound of his Bones Breaking. Described as reading “like a sick and twisted extreme horror Speed,” this is one we should all be looking out for on 11 May. Pre-order your copy here.


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80s extreme horror classic Xtro to be released on Blu-ray for the first time

Xtro, the alien exploitation horror classic from the 1980s heyday of video nasties, is to receive its first ever Blu-ray release, in a limited edition box set with trailers, alternative endings, documentaries and enhanced resolution so that the horror can be relived as never before. Xtro‘s limited edition release will be available from 18 June and you can pre-order yours, here.


Where The Cats New fantasy-horror novel from Stephen Stromp, Where the Cats Will Not Follow, out now

From Stephen Stromp, author of In The Graveyard Antemortem, comes Where the Cats Will Not Follow, a novel which has received high praise from Dread Central, Horror Talk and others. Released through Amazon’s Kindle Press imprint, the novel focuses on a young man coming-of-age against the backdrop of his struggle to understand whether he really does possess the ability to read minds, or if it is simply mental illness. The book is part fantasy part horror and part surrealism and refuses to sit comfortably in any of those boxes, instead straddling multiple genres. You can get hold of your copy, here.


KEV HARRISON

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