Talking All Things Horror with Author Terry M. West

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Monster Men Ep: 140
On this episode of the Monster Men video podcast, we discuss all things horror with one of the great people in the industry, Terry M. West. This is a guy with stories. Lots of stories. Stories about the world of horror. Movies, books, stars, the business… you name it, he’s got a great story about it. And was nice enough to share a few with us.

Terry M. West is a horror author. His work includes: What Price Gory, Car Nex, Dreg and his Night Things series. He even has a YA graphic novel series, Confessions of a Teenage Vampire. Terry has also been a film maker and even ran a Halloween business.

You can find out more about Terry and get his books at: http://terrymwest.com

 

 

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Krampus is Dreaming of a Red Christmas

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On this episode of Monster Men, we welcome Matt Manochio, the author of two horror novels featuring everyone’s favorite Christmas demon, Krampus. The Dark Servant and Twelfth Krampus Night are two must read books that are a great gift for both the naughty and nice boys and girls on your list. Matt also has a great horror/western called The Sentinel, in case you prefer a warmer climate.

After we discuss the legend of Krampus and Matt’s books, we naturally delve into the horror movies and books that fuel Matt’s fire.

It’s a very interesting and entertaining show. Don’t miss it!

You can find Matt Manochio at http://www.mattmanonchio.com

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Apartment 7C and +1

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Just finished reading David Bernstein’s APARTMENT 7C. Once again, he has scored another winner. In this novella, find out what happens when an octogenarian has had enough with the abusive cop who lives next door. I actually wanted to cheer out loud at parts of the book. A perfect book for Horrortober!

I watched a cool little flick called +1. Netflix categorized it under horror, but it’s really a scifi movie. Think PROJECT X crossed with INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS. Lots o boobs at a crazy ass house party and a plot that keeps you guessing. The pool house scene at the end makes the trip worth it.