Spanning over 20 years, 20 masters and modern authors of hardcore horror share their most bad-ass stories in this special edition from Comet Press. Many hard to find and out of print, some that were banned, Necro Files covers every imaginable mode of mayhem including serial killers, necrophilia, cannibals, werewolves, zombies, sex fetishes, psychopaths, snuff, occult, and more stories that dial into the dark side of human nature.
Contains violence, gore, adult language, and sex.
Table of contents:
George R. R. Martin - "Meathouse Man"
Joe R. Lansdale - "Night They Missed the Horror Show"
Ronald Kelly - "Diary"
Elizabeth Massie - "Abed"
Randy Chandler & t. Winter-Damon - "I Am He That Liveth and Was Dead..." & "Have the Keys of Hell & Death"
Edward Lee – "Xipe"
Ray Garton - "Bait"
Gerard Houarner - "Painfreak"
Wayne Allen Sallee - "Lover Doll"
Charlee Jacob - "The Spirit Wolves"
Brian Hodge - "Godflesh"
John Everson - "Every Last Drop"
Mehitobel Wilson - "Blind in the House of the Headsman"
Monica J. O'Rourke - "An Experiment in Human Nature"
Graham Masterton - "The Burgers of Calais"
Nancy Kilpatrick - "Ecstasy"
Bentley Little - "Pop Star in the Ugly Bar"
Wrath James White - "The Sooner They Learn"
J.F. Gonzalez - "Addict"
"Necro Files is practically perfect. Every story is an absolute hit...and why not? We're talking John Everson, Bentley Little, Edward Lee, Joe Lansdale and George R. R. Martin, to name a few. All of the stories are dark and disturbing in their own ways, and, well, extreme. This is one anthology that horror fans, not just of the extreme variety, should have in their collections. Highly recommended." (Monster Librarian)
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HE HATED HIMSELF FOR HATING
- Jim "The Impatient"
A Friendly Warning
I am compelled to write a review on this audio book, well actually a bit of a warning. Before “reading” this book, be sure to read the synopsis carefully and take the warnings seriously.
I am an avid King, Koontz, Layman fan, and reading/listening to this one had me cringing a few times. Some things just can’t be un-read/heard.
Don’t get me wrong, the writing is in some cases brilliant and the audio performances are well above par, and I managed to get through the entire book telling myself it can’t get worse than the last story, but it did.
The violence and the depths of human depravity are often gratuitous, and in some cases even painful, if you have a vivid imagination like mine. If this is what you are expecting, you will not be disappointed, but if you are slightly naive as I was (I can’t help but feel I have forever lost some tiny innocence I had somewhere before reading/listening to this book) please be certain of what you are getting yourself into before cracking the seal on this Pandora’s box. You will be different once you have read this. A tiny blemish will linger on your soul with a little bit of disgust for the depths to which the human mind can descend in the name of entertainment, and the horrible realisation that some of these stories could chillingly be true.
- Amazon Customer