Burning Bulb Publishing author DAVID J. FAIRHEAD will be having a book release party for his latest book, DWELLING IN THE DARK, at the Tiki Lounge, 2003 East Carson Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15203 on Wednesday, July 15, beginning at 8pm. If you are in town, come on out.
If you can’t make it out, you can still buy your copy of David’s new book here.
Listen on demand to the Horror Happens Radio broadcast featuring Burning Bulb Publisher and DARKENED series Author Gary Lee Vincent, “Pieces of Talent” Filmmaker Joe Stauffer, Indie Horror Film AGONi Filmmaker Ryan Vincent Logsdon, Producer of Frightenstein & The Last Will and Testament of Rosalind Leigh Actor Mitch Markowitz and Journalist, Writer & RAW MEAT Filmmaker Tonjia Atomic:
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From John Russo, co-author of Night of the Living Dead™:
“By now almost everyone knows that the concept of the modern flesh-eating zombie originated in the sixties with Night of the Living Dead™. That’s why I think that this anthology of short stories paying homage to that fact is a wonderful idea. When I was asked to write such a story, I was told that each and every story in the book would have to take place in or around the time, in 1968, when the horror classic that I co-authored took place…
Perhaps, for you, dear reader, some of the stories you will read in these pages will take their place as some of your very own favorites. Please step back with me into the 1960’s – a time of peaceniks, rednecks and unspeakable zombie horror!!”
RISE OF THE DEAD
A collection of seventeen stories from masters of pen and screen, featuring:
– The First One by John Russo
– Home Cookin’ by Tyson Blue
– The Last Ministry by E.L. Stice
– The Turbulent Flight Home by Nelson W. Pyles
– The South Will Rise Again by Andy Rausch
– Lovely Rita by Stephen Spignesi
– The Protest by R.D. Riley
– Peace in Peaces by Zakary McGaha
– The Commune by David J. Fairhead
– Cocaine Connie by Gary Lee Vincent
– End Scene by David C. Hayes
– Elizabeth’s Story by Rachel J. Montgomery
– Deadheads by Paul Victor Wargelin
– Philbear by David F. Walker
– Wrong Place, Wrong Time by William Vitka
– Felicity Marmaduke Redux by Rich Bottles Jr.
– The Morning After by Douglas Brode
RISE OF THE DEAD
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Bad breakups, Bigfoot costumes, ghost bears, and more. Park Masters is a wacky, intelligent, quirky comedy about the power relationships have on people, good or bad. Also, it’s just plain fun!
Ruled by a committee of Hags, and fueled by toothless rivalries, Black County lurks just far enough out of the way to be completely unnoticed by the rest of civilization. Its inhabitants have been mentally warped for generations and the land itself seems to have the power to drive anyone unlucky enough to visit into ridiculous hillbilly madness.
When a construction company needs to bury a pipeline through its ludicrous hills and valleys, a twisted charm goes to work and every aspect of already bizarre Black County life takes a gory turn for the hysterical. Take a preposterous trip along with its citizens, both native and new, through escapades such as the Hag parade, the grand opening of Madame Skunk’s House of Ill Repute, the demolition derby riot and the rabid, zombie clown apocalypse.
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3 1/2 Stars! An entirely enjoyable movie!” -Eye-on-the-Screen Reviews
“The warmest, most heartfelt little movie I’ve seen in years.” -George A. Romero
When soul singer Chuck Corby and his band Quiet Storm run afoul of a Mafia wannabe who’s dying of cancer, we’re off on a zany roller coaster ride with hammer-wielding thugs, a cheating wife and a gun-happy killer lurking behind every hairpin curve.
If you’re into classic soul singing mixed with spine-chilling thrills and howling belly laughs, you’ll find this and more in THE MOB BOSS AND THE SOUL SINGER.
Working title: Saloonatics
Chuck Corby, Debbie Rochon, Bruno Sammartino, Tom DeJohn, Charles LoPresti, Armand Martin, Heidi Hinzman, Raymond Russo, Carl Severino, J.P. Nutini, Armando Anthony, Emilio Cornachione
Written and Directed by John Russo