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Displayed in "most viewed" order with titles such as Missing White Girl, Selected Stories from the 19th Century (Wordsworth Classics), Blood Read: The Vampire as Metaphor in Contemporary Culture, Diary of a Blood Donor, The String of Pearls (Wordsworth Mystery & Supernatural) (Wordsworth Mystery & Supernatural), Vampire Secrets (History Channel), Queer Fear 2: Gay Horror Fiction, Famous Fantastic Mysteries: 30 Great Tales of Fantasy and Horror from the Classic Pulp Magazines Famous Fantastic Mysteries & Fantastic Novels, Burial of the Rats, Straight On 'Til Morning.
Missing White Girl
A bestselling Young Adult author takes an adult turn. Bram Stoker Award-nominated author Jeffrey Mariotte delivers a novel of heartstopping horror. When a girl is kidnapped and her family murdered, Sheriff's Lieutenant Buck Shelton is drawn into a bloody supernatural showdown between good and evil-with an innocent girl.
Selected Stories from the 19th Century (Wordsworth Classics)
Short Stories from the Nineteenth Century is a wonderful collection of classic stories specially selected and introduced by David Stuart Davies, featuring tales by Charles Dickens, Arthur Conan Doyle, R.L. Stevenson, Bram Stoker, Anthony Trollope and many others.
Blood Read: The Vampire as Metaphor in Contemporary Culture
Over the past century the figure of the vampire has undergone many transformations--from Bram Stoker's original Dracula to Anne Rice's VAMPIRE CHRONICLES. BLOOD READ examines a wide range of vampire narratives from the perspective of both writers and scholars and shows how these transformations reflect ongoing changes in postmodern culture .
Diary of a Blood Donor
In this contemporary retelling of Bram Stoker's Dracula, Estonian writer Mati Unt offers a playful yet unsettling mixture of fact and fiction, combining pieces of Estonian political history—in particular the figure of Lydia Koidula (1843-1886), widely regarded as the first Estonian woman to express an Estonian longing for independence—with portraits of life in contemporary Estonia, all set against a backdrop of vampirism and the Gothic novel.
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The String of Pearls (Wordsworth Mystery & Supernatural) (Wordsworth Mystery & Supernatural)
The String of Pearls - the original tale of Sweeney Todd, a classic of British horror - was first published as a weekly serial in 1846-7 by Edward Lloyd, the King of the Penny Dreadfuls. One of the earliest detective stories, it became an important source for Bram Stoker's Dracula. After 157 years of obscurity, it appears here for the first time in book form.
Vampire Secrets (History Channel)
At the mention of the word "vampire," images of bloody fangs, dark capes, and a man with a hideous, spooky laugh immediately come to mind.These conventional images, born from countless vampire films over the years, are most commonly associated with Irish writer Bram Stoker and his iconic 1897 novel Dracula. However, despite the popularity and influence of this celebrated nineteenth-century tome, the vampire myth dates back more than 1,000 years, long before Stoker ever put pen to paper. In this…
Queer Fear 2: Gay Horror Fiction
[**] Fear II builds on the successes of its predecessor, [**] Fear, the groundbreaking gay-themed horror anthology that Gothic.net called "the best horror anthology of [the year]," which won the [**] Horror Award, and was a finalist for a Spectrum Award and two Lambda Literary Awards.This second volume includes among its stories new work by some stars of the previous volume—International Horror Guild Award winners Gemma Files and Michael Marano, Bram Stoker Award winners David Nickle and Edo van…
Famous Fantastic Mysteries: 30 Great Tales of Fantasy and Horror from the Classic Pulp Magazines Famous Fantastic Mysteries & Fantastic Novels
"Step into the weird and unpredictable world of classic fantasy and horror in this spine-tingling anthology of stories and novellas from the incomparable pulp magazines Famous Fantastic Mysteries and Fantastic Novels." 1. Behind the Curtain by Francis Stevens. 2. Pegasus by Henry Kuttner. 3.The Face in the Abyss by A. Merritt. 4. Fungus Isle by Philip M. Fisher. 5. John Ovington Returns by Max Brand. 6. Fishhead by Irvin S. Cobb. 7. The Outcast by E.F. Benson. 8. The Yellow Sign by Robert…
Burial of the Rats
Quick to be buried in my collection that is. I pick this up a while back on used VHS thankfully. I was a fan of Stoker's other works. But this was just beyond weird. The story centers around a group of "Rat Women" who, of course, hate men. Who use rats to kill men. They take a young Stoker captive, try to execute him, fail and put him in the dungen. So what is a man to do in a place filled by women who hate men? Join them and fall in love with one of them of course. What do the women…
Straight On 'Til Morning
First time in trade from the Bram Stoker Award-winning author, with a new introduction. "He brings into being a world of haunted and perilous fantasy," hails Peter Straub of Christopher Golden, and it's never been truer than in this unique novel of dark fiction about the strange summer of a young boy coming of age. But for Kevin Murphy, this is also the season to confess his secret love to his longtime crush, Nikki. When she mysteriously disappears, it's up to Kevin and his friends…
From Bram Stoker Award-winning novelist Douglas Clegg, author of The Priest of Blood, Afterlife, The Machinery of Night and The Hour Before Dark, comes a tale of absolute terror and shocking horror -- of a village gone mad, and of unspeakable terror on an unforgettable night when nightmares come alive in the flesh. At the edge of the village of Watch Point, New York, there is a house called Harrow -- and its poison has begun leaking into the minds of those who know its secrets.
Dark Delicacies: Original Tales of Terror and the Macabre by the World's Greatest Horror Writers
Winner of the Bram Stoker Award for Best Anthology. Nineteen original, macabre tales of terror by the world's greatest horror writers, including Clive Barker, Ray Bradbury, Whitley Strieber, F. Paul Wilson, Chelsea Quinn Yarbro, and many other masters.
Alone with the Horrors: The Great Short Fiction of Ramsey Campbell 1961-1991
Ramsey Campbell is the worlds most honored living horror writer. Among his honors are four World Fantasy Awards, nine British Fantasy Awards, and three Bram Stoker Awards. Alone with the Horrors is a career-spanning collection of the best of Campbells short fiction.
Bram Stoker's Dracula
The vampire comes to england to seduce a visitors fiance and inflict havoc in the foreign land. Studio: Sony Pictures Home Ent Release Date: 09/20/2005 Starring: Gary Oldman Anthony Hopkins Run time: 127 minutes Rating: R Director: Francis Ford Coppola
Bram Stoker's Dracula: The Love Story To Die For
Forbidden passion, unquenchable vengeance, and the kiss of darkness all play a deadly role in this electrifying new chapter of vampire lore.Vlad Tepish, the legendary Prince of Darkness, has resurfaced in L.A. with a new look, a new life and a new love. But with his new life comes an old enemy...an enemy who has waited his eternal life to even the score. The battleground is set for the most terrifying love story of the year.
Horror Between the Sheets
Horror Between the Sheets, The Best of CSM B&W, presents the best short stories and poems from the first 16 innovative issues of CSM. This anthology features the writings of Bram Stoker Award winning Mark McLaughlin, award winning Jeremy Russell, Origin Award nominated Christine Morgan, Brian Knight, Durant Haire and Matthew Howe among others. Exhibiting the prowess of some of the best new and veteran writers in the genre of sensual horror, Horror Between the Sheets satisfies with word after…
Published a year after his stunning debut novel, Carrie, 'Salem's Lot firmly cemented Stephen King's name in the literary lexicon of great American storytellers. His rich and finely crafted tale of a mundane New England town under siege by the forces of darkness is both a homage to Bram Stoker's classic Dracula and an allegory of our post-Vietnam society. Considered one of the most terrifying vampire novels ever written, it cunningly probes the shadows of the human heart -- and…
Dracula: Classic BBC Radio Horror
A BBC Radio full-cast dramatization of the legend that has haunted the imagination of millions for over a hundred years! Summoned to the forbidden heart of the Carpathian mountains, in the depths of Transylvania, Jonathan Harker journeys to Castle Dracula. There he becomes the unwitting prisoner of the mysterious nobleman whom local legend insists is Nosferatu, the vampire. Frederick Jaeger, Phyllis Logan and Bernard Holley are amongst the cast of this radio production, with specially composed music…
The Darker Passions Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde
The second title in The Darker Passions series. In 1993 Amarantha Knight took Bram Stoker's classic Dracula, a tome heavy with the repressed sexuality of the Victorian age, and unrepressed it. The book was so successful that it spawned a series of seven erotic retellings of Victorian gothic novels, Rife with spankings, whippings, and the discovery of hidden sexualities, this version of Jekyll & Hyde explores the monster of lust that lurks inside even the most respectable characters.
Movie Monsters: Great Horror Film Stories
This book is a "dramatically illustrated anthology of short stories which have inspired some of the most famous cinema chillers of the century". Prologue written by Ray Bradbury. The following is a list of some of the stories in this 282 page book: THE MUMMY Arthur Conan Doyle KING KONG Edgar Wallace and Draycott Dell THE BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN Mary Shelley and Guy Preston DRACULA'S DAUGHTER Bram Stoker THE WAR OF THE WORLDS H.G.Wells THE BEAST FROM 20.000 FANTHOMS Ray Bradbury THE…