The Splatter House Rules

The Splatter House Rules[Epub] ➝ The Splatter House Rules By Jeff O'Brien – Oaklandjobs.co.uk In Jeff O Brien s The Splatter House Rules, he takes us to rural Oyster River, New Hampshire, where seventeen year old Tabitha has reluctantly agreed to the mayor s offer to make her a counselor at Ca In Jeff O Brien s The Splatter House Rules, he takes us to rural Oyster River, New Hampshire, where seventeen year old Tabitha has reluctantly agreed to the mayor s offer to make her a counselor at Camp Montejo Lake, a camp that mysteriously closed down almost twenty years ago for reasons undisclosed Many a rumor and urban legend had surfaced since then about a mysterious cabin deep in the woods known as The Splatter House Thinking of the mayor s offer as just a taste of freedom away from the tyrannical rule of her overly religious parents, The Splatter Kindle - she figured it couldn t be all that bad Finding herself and getting in touch with her true identity out in the woods, she also found true love to perfectly compliment her newfound identity But as the other counselors began disappearing one by one, she found out a lot about herself than she bargained for, and something far worse The Splatter House is real. A funny ultra gory mash up of genres slasher movies Friday the 13th style, lovecraftian monsters in lakes, axe wielding ghosts, politicians monsters for real and secret government organizations reminding The Initiative from Buffy the Vampire Slayer series and the Cabin in the wood awesome movie one.A not bad reading if you like insane trash horror b flicks A funny ultra gory mash up of genres slasher movies Friday the 13th style, lovecraftian monsters in lakes, axe wielding ghosts, politicians monsters for real and secret government organizations reminding The Initiative from Buffy the Vampire Slayer series and the Cabin in the wood awesome movie one.A not bad reading if you like insane trash horror b flicks This is yet another book that I would not have read if not for it being a group read in the Bizarro Fiction group, and yet again it s a winner I have really come to enjoy reading shorter bizarro books as opposed to 400 page novels , I am really impressed at how invested I can become in the characters even at the much shorter page count.I have a feeling that anybody who didn t grow up with cheesy 80s slasher movies may not truly appreciate this story to its full extent The tropes are here the This is yet another book that I would not have read if not for it being a group read in the Bizarro Fiction group, and yet again it s a winner I have really come to enjoy reading shorter bizarro books as opposed to 400 page novels , I am really impressed at how invested I can become in the characters even at the much shorter page count.I have a feeling that anybody who didn t grow up with cheesy 80s slasher movies may not truly appreciate this story to its full extent The tropes are here the jock, the jock s hot girlfriend, the nerd etc The goth girl was a nice addition to the cast even if a tiny bit out of the time period to my memory anyway I loved all the music references, right up my alley This was far from the typical slasher plot however I got a real Lovecraft vibe from it, partly from the eternal evil and partly because I had visions of the Whately family in the second half of the book I think my favorite part was the explanation of where politicians come from, I won t spoil it but it was goddamn funny.I think that the author was able to capture a great balance of horror, violence and humor which is no small trick It is evenimpressive that he works a normal day job like the rest of us and is still able to turn out great fiction on the side I am very glad that I found yet another great bizarro author to follow and am looking forward to readingfrom him In fact I was reading an e book initially but it was so good that I bought a paperback copy of this and another one of Jeff s books Bigboobenstein directly from him The Rules of the Splatter House are simple Shut the fuck up unless you are expressing physical pain that is inflicted upon you by me. not a direct quote but first rule of Splatter House. A perfect homage to the 80 s slasher films like the Friday 13th franchise, or Sleep Away Camp or even most recently The Cabin in the Woods there is indeed a cabin in the woods Absolutely a perfect little horror movie in the form of a book The delivery and formula stays true and is spot on with The Rules of the Splatter House are simple Shut the fuck up unless you are expressing physical pain that is inflicted upon you by me. not a direct quote but first rule of Splatter House. A perfect homage to the 80 s slasher films like the Friday 13th franchise, or Sleep Away Camp or even most recently The Cabin in the Woods there is indeed a cabin in the woods Absolutely a perfect little horror movie in the form of a book The delivery and formula stays true and is spot on without being redundant Jeff O brien just made an incredible screenplay for a classic slasher movie with an amazing cast and concept Our heroine is like any other female role in a slasher flick she has her own inner demons to combat while her co counselors start disappearing one by one The setting of the story is of course the woods, where four junior camp counselors and four senior camp counselors arrive early to Camp Montejo Lake to start preparing for the campers arrival There s a legend that surrounds Camp Montejo Lake, a legend that holds dark secrets deep in the woods in a cabin appropriately named The Splatter House What these counselors don t know is that there is much muchto that legend than just the cabin A darker sinister well kept secret.until now O brien opens up this flick with a flashback scene Taking us back to 1995, we are witness to a grisly murder by our Splatter House killer Flash forward to the present and we meet our heroine Enter Tabitha an outcast with her different colored hair and emo like demeanor she is regarded by many of her peers as a freak Tabitha is one of the junior camp counselors arriving at Camp Montejo Lake, named after the owner s family name Along with her, you have your run of the mill hodge podge of characters, the jock douche Ken, the preppy bitch dating the jock douche Brianna, and the nerd that has the hots for Tabitha, Sean Tabitha hasn t the hots for him and no interest in anyone at the camp until the senior counselors show up Enter Veronica an upbeat, outgoing, tough as nails, hottie at least to Tabitha Veronica treats Tabitha differently than anyone else has ever treated only furthering Tabitha s lust and love for her Along with Veronica, we have Rob the level headed one of the bunch, Paul the grownup douche jock, and Becky, the strange quiet one After arriving at the camp, everyone gets acclimated in their cabins and the legend of the Splatter House begins its tall tale amongst the counselors O brien s style in this book is spot on From the beginning opening murder scene, to the cut aways of each camper getting murdered It was just like watching Friday the 13th when one of the counselors would step out or walk away from the group you just knew Voorhees was just around the corner to inflict a gruesome death upon the teen You will not be disappointed with O brien s death scenes They are not drawn out but again the way he is able to keep the story flowing while giving us those cut aways is so entertaining Along the way the author drops misleading hints about who the killer might be There were times where I was questioning everyone in my mind and a few people I kept going back to thinking, That s the killer I just know it The killer isn t the only thing to fear as the counselors find out when they see a mysterious ghost girl who is carrying a hatchet.who is she Where did she come from, and what does she have to do with Tabitha Once again, O brien has written characters that are relatable despite their stereotypical descriptions I m beginning to think that s the point make the characters seem like your run of the mill stereotype and then be proven wrong with the voice the author gives making you feel for the character rather than pity them The ending is actually pretty surprising with elements of family secrets revealed, monsters in the lake, and here s one that will throw you off, a political revelation Reminded me very much of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 4 with The Initiative I loved the ending I loved how everything came to light and the conclusion is truly unique I was given a PDF version of this book I feel like I just rented an awesome horror movie and now I want to buy the DVD I will be making this book an actual purchase for my DVD rackI mean book shelf A summer camp is reopened almost two decades after a series of brutal murders occurred there in a cabin known as the Splatter House Now, new counselors are there getting ready for the reopening and they start disappearing An evil in the nearby lake has been reawakened and counselor Tabitha finds out she has a dark connection to it Horrifying the entity known as the Mother of All Evil and her monstrous children Dark and bloody, with a hint of love between Tabitha and her fellow counselor, V A summer camp is reopened almost two decades after a series of brutal murders occurred there in a cabin known as the Splatter House Now, new counselors are there getting ready for the reopening and they start disappearing An evil in the nearby lake has been reawakened and counselor Tabitha finds out she has a dark connection to it Horrifying the entity known as the Mother of All Evil and her monstrous children Dark and bloody, with a hint of love between Tabitha and her fellow counselor, Veronica If you are down for buckets of blood and gore, or just have a soft spot for classic horror films, then this might be the book for you Noactually, waitscrap that If you like all that blood and guts malarkeythen this is MOST DEFINITELY the book for you Influenced by an array of 80 s classic horror flicks, this book is a mix mash of all the great things that mindless slasher has to offer pretentious dicks being mutilated, geeks, outcasts, big boobed chicks, constant kn If you are down for buckets of blood and gore, or just have a soft spot for classic horror films, then this might be the book for you Noactually, waitscrap that If you like all that blood and guts malarkeythen this is MOST DEFINITELY the book for you Influenced by an array of 80 s classic horror flicks, this book is a mix mash of all the great things that mindless slasher has to offer pretentious dicks being mutilated, geeks, outcasts, big boobed chicks, constant knife wielding, murderous antics, severed limbs and torn organs, a horrid row of killers, such as The Camp Site Killer, a creepy girl with an axe, some bizarre, anonymous creature skulking at the bottom of an untouched lake Did I forgot to mention that there is sh t tons of blood in this book Like buckets and buckets of the stuffI m still scrubbing it out nowdon t half stain, I m telling you I m pretty sure half way through reading this my nose started bleeding from excitement, the heavy riffs of Pantera s, Dimebag, blaring through my speakers caused me to erupt into a disorientating rage, before I suddenly saw myself taking the straw that I d been using to drink my coke with and started packing it full of gravel, using it afterwards to stab through my left eardrum and scrape out my brain I suppose that would explain the chunky, pink stuff that my dog has been licking off the carpet all day So, what made it unique Wellfor one, it s a well written and nicely delivered horror novel The idea is that the plot and scenes are deliberately meant to fit the typical horror cliches, but also create a humorous, whimsical fast paced journey of it all which it does, extremely well, using the body of the characters personalities, and witty, seemingly misplaced, funny one liners that create a wonderful essence of comicalness, even during the most gory and violent of scenes I really enjoyed this book A nice and easy but blood filled read that leaves you with an urge to go out and buy a 40oz steak and pound it to a mushy pulp on your kitchen counter with a sturdy meat mallet Splatsplatsplat This was a fun book to read while laid up in bed with a sprained foot I enjoyed every page of this book It was an interesting twist at the end that I didn t see coming Definitely worth the money to pick this book up and give it a read. I m not usually a reader of Bizarro, but this book wasn t too bad It was a good Lovecraft themed Friday the 13th romp If you don t like strange sex and gory scenes then this book is definitely not for you While that isn t normally my cup of tea, I thought that this book was well done and it kept me reading straight through to the end. Don t make noise unless I m hurting you This is one awesome b class story that reads like an 80 s movie I loved it bunches. There s blood, a bit of a story, and it even makes sense at the end I have a feeling that this won t be the last book I read by this author There is so much going on in The Splatter House Rules relatively lean page count that it s daunting even considering how to summarise it adequately But here we go There s the legend of a camp site killer, a ghost with an axe, a great evil stirring at the bottom of the lake not to mention its off shoots that pave the way for its coming by committing murder and mayhem and then there s the government secret labs, the sexual awakening of a young woman, and a corrupt man of power trying to com There is so much going on in The Splatter House Rules relatively lean page count that it s daunting even considering how to summarise it adequately But here we go There s the legend of a camp site killer, a ghost with an axe, a great evil stirring at the bottom of the lake not to mention its off shoots that pave the way for its coming by committing murder and mayhem and then there s the government secret labs, the sexual awakening of a young woman, and a corrupt man of power trying to come to terms with what he has done For this reader, it all got a bit out of hand O Brien tries to juggle all of these balls and inevitably some hit the ground before he has demonstrated what skill he has Of course, The Splatter House Rules is meant to be a piss take on a number of different sub genres of horror see above , most notably the old school 80s slasher flicks And on that level it s amusing to read the ludicrous reasons the characters have for splitting up, as well as the constant attempts to down play any worrying development as due to something normal rather than dangerous The various cliched characters are also set to hyper mode so each is so extreme they are completely unrealistic All of which would be fine, were it not for how rushed everything felt Parts of the story that I wanted to follow in detail eg what happened to many of those who were stabbed before the narrative cut away were barely sketched in, while way too much time was spent exploring main protagonist Tabitha s realisation she likes girls Technically, O Brien s writing is straight forward and easy to digest, though there are numerous editing and formatting errors spread throughout the Kindle edition I read He s no Laird Barron, but then who would want Barron writing a book like this So even though I may have learned I prefer my horror straighter up than what is served here, I have no hesitation in recommending The Splatter House Rules to those wanting to have a bit of fun and take nothing seriously including crucifixions, dismemberment and slashed open throats 2 to 2.5 Spankings With a Severed Arm for The Splatter House Rules This book is an incredible amount of fun O Brien takes me right back to all the comedic horror movies I spent so much time watching back in the late eighties and early nineties, and manages to tell a very new story within that framework He does it so well, giving me something I can t quite get by reading other kinds of horror fiction or even re watching some of my old favorites It s a wonderful use of the form and yields some great reading It s well worth checking out and a splatter filled g This book is an incredible amount of fun O Brien takes me right back to all the comedic horror movies I spent so much time watching back in the late eighties and early nineties, and manages to tell a very new story within that framework He does it so well, giving me something I can t quite get by reading other kinds of horror fiction or even re watching some of my old favorites It s a wonderful use of the form and yields some great reading It s well worth checking out and a splatter filled good time

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    This guide aims to show you how to download s offer as just a taste of freedom away from the tyrannical rule of her overly religious parents, The Splatter Kindle - she figured it couldn t be all that bad Finding herself and getting in touch with her true identity out in the woods, she also found true love to perfectly compliment her newfound identity But as the other counselors began disappearing one by one, she found out a lot about herself than she bargained for, and something far worse The Splatter House is real. A funny ultra gory mash up of genres slasher movies Friday the 13th style, lovecraftian monsters in lakes, axe wielding ghosts, politicians monsters for real and secret government organizations reminding The Initiative from Buffy the Vampire Slayer series and the Cabin in the wood awesome movie one.A not bad reading if you like insane trash horror b flicks A funny ultra gory mash up of genres slasher movies Friday the 13th style, lovecraftian monsters in lakes, axe wielding ghosts, politicians monsters for real and secret government organizations reminding The Initiative from Buffy the Vampire Slayer series and the Cabin in the wood awesome movie one.A not bad reading if you like insane trash horror b flicks This is yet another book that I would not have read if not for it being a group read in the Bizarro Fiction group, and yet again it s a winner I have really come to enjoy reading shorter bizarro books as opposed to 400 page novels , I am really impressed at how invested I can become in the characters even at the much shorter page count.I have a feeling that anybody who didn t grow up with cheesy 80s slasher movies may not truly appreciate this story to its full extent The tropes are here the This is yet another book that I would not have read if not for it being a group read in the Bizarro Fiction group, and yet again it s a winner I have really come to enjoy reading shorter bizarro books as opposed to 400 page novels , I am really impressed at how invested I can become in the characters even at the much shorter page count.I have a feeling that anybody who didn t grow up with cheesy 80s slasher movies may not truly appreciate this story to its full extent The tropes are here the jock, the jock s hot girlfriend, the nerd etc The goth girl was a nice addition to the cast even if a tiny bit out of the time period to my memory anyway I loved all the music references, right up my alley This was far from the typical slasher plot however I got a real Lovecraft vibe from it, partly from the eternal evil and partly because I had visions of the Whately family in the second half of the book I think my favorite part was the explanation of where politicians come from, I won t spoil it but it was goddamn funny.I think that the author was able to capture a great balance of horror, violence and humor which is no small trick It is evenimpressive that he works a normal day job like the rest of us and is still able to turn out great fiction on the side I am very glad that I found yet another great bizarro author to follow and am looking forward to readingfrom him In fact I was reading an e book initially but it was so good that I bought a paperback copy of this and another one of Jeff s books Bigboobenstein directly from him The Rules of the Splatter House are simple Shut the fuck up unless you are expressing physical pain that is inflicted upon you by me. not a direct quote but first rule of Splatter House. A perfect homage to the 80 s slasher films like the Friday 13th franchise, or Sleep Away Camp or even most recently The Cabin in the Woods there is indeed a cabin in the woods Absolutely a perfect little horror movie in the form of a book The delivery and formula stays true and is spot on with The Rules of the Splatter House are simple Shut the fuck up unless you are expressing physical pain that is inflicted upon you by me. not a direct quote but first rule of Splatter House. A perfect homage to the 80 s slasher films like the Friday 13th franchise, or Sleep Away Camp or even most recently The Cabin in the Woods there is indeed a cabin in the woods Absolutely a perfect little horror movie in the form of a book The delivery and formula stays true and is spot on without being redundant Jeff O brien just made an incredible screenplay for a classic slasher movie with an amazing cast and concept Our heroine is like any other female role in a slasher flick she has her own inner demons to combat while her co counselors start disappearing one by one The setting of the story is of course the woods, where four junior camp counselors and four senior camp counselors arrive early to Camp Montejo Lake to start preparing for the campers arrival There s a legend that surrounds Camp Montejo Lake, a legend that holds dark secrets deep in the woods in a cabin appropriately named The Splatter House What these counselors don t know is that there is much muchto that legend than just the cabin A darker sinister well kept secret.until now O brien opens up this flick with a flashback scene Taking us back to 1995, we are witness to a grisly murder by our Splatter House killer Flash forward to the present and we meet our heroine Enter Tabitha an outcast with her different colored hair and emo like demeanor she is regarded by many of her peers as a freak Tabitha is one of the junior camp counselors arriving at Camp Montejo Lake, named after the owner s family name Along with her, you have your run of the mill hodge podge of characters, the jock douche Ken, the preppy bitch dating the jock douche Brianna, and the nerd that has the hots for Tabitha, Sean Tabitha hasn t the hots for him and no interest in anyone at the camp until the senior counselors show up Enter Veronica an upbeat, outgoing, tough as nails, hottie at least to Tabitha Veronica treats Tabitha differently than anyone else has ever treated only furthering Tabitha s lust and love for her Along with Veronica, we have Rob the level headed one of the bunch, Paul the grownup douche jock, and Becky, the strange quiet one After arriving at the camp, everyone gets acclimated in their cabins and the legend of the Splatter House begins its tall tale amongst the counselors O brien s style in this book is spot on From the beginning opening murder scene, to the cut aways of each camper getting murdered It was just like watching Friday the 13th when one of the counselors would step out or walk away from the group you just knew Voorhees was just around the corner to inflict a gruesome death upon the teen You will not be disappointed with O brien s death scenes They are not drawn out but again the way he is able to keep the story flowing while giving us those cut aways is so entertaining Along the way the author drops misleading hints about who the killer might be There were times where I was questioning everyone in my mind and a few people I kept going back to thinking, That s the killer I just know it The killer isn t the only thing to fear as the counselors find out when they see a mysterious ghost girl who is carrying a hatchet.who is she Where did she come from, and what does she have to do with Tabitha Once again, O brien has written characters that are relatable despite their stereotypical descriptions I m beginning to think that s the point make the characters seem like your run of the mill stereotype and then be proven wrong with the voice the author gives making you feel for the character rather than pity them The ending is actually pretty surprising with elements of family secrets revealed, monsters in the lake, and here s one that will throw you off, a political revelation Reminded me very much of Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 4 with The Initiative I loved the ending I loved how everything came to light and the conclusion is truly unique I was given a PDF version of this book I feel like I just rented an awesome horror movie and now I want to buy the DVD I will be making this book an actual purchase for my DVD rackI mean book shelf A summer camp is reopened almost two decades after a series of brutal murders occurred there in a cabin known as the Splatter House Now, new counselors are there getting ready for the reopening and they start disappearing An evil in the nearby lake has been reawakened and counselor Tabitha finds out she has a dark connection to it Horrifying the entity known as the Mother of All Evil and her monstrous children Dark and bloody, with a hint of love between Tabitha and her fellow counselor, V A summer camp is reopened almost two decades after a series of brutal murders occurred there in a cabin known as the Splatter House Now, new counselors are there getting ready for the reopening and they start disappearing An evil in the nearby lake has been reawakened and counselor Tabitha finds out she has a dark connection to it Horrifying the entity known as the Mother of All Evil and her monstrous children Dark and bloody, with a hint of love between Tabitha and her fellow counselor, Veronica If you are down for buckets of blood and gore, or just have a soft spot for classic horror films, then this might be the book for you Noactually, waitscrap that If you like all that blood and guts malarkeythen this is MOST DEFINITELY the book for you Influenced by an array of 80 s classic horror flicks, this book is a mix mash of all the great things that mindless slasher has to offer pretentious dicks being mutilated, geeks, outcasts, big boobed chicks, constant kn If you are down for buckets of blood and gore, or just have a soft spot for classic horror films, then this might be the book for you Noactually, waitscrap that If you like all that blood and guts malarkeythen this is MOST DEFINITELY the book for you Influenced by an array of 80 s classic horror flicks, this book is a mix mash of all the great things that mindless slasher has to offer pretentious dicks being mutilated, geeks, outcasts, big boobed chicks, constant knife wielding, murderous antics, severed limbs and torn organs, a horrid row of killers, such as The Camp Site Killer, a creepy girl with an axe, some bizarre, anonymous creature skulking at the bottom of an untouched lake Did I forgot to mention that there is sh t tons of blood in this book Like buckets and buckets of the stuffI m still scrubbing it out nowdon t half stain, I m telling you I m pretty sure half way through reading this my nose started bleeding from excitement, the heavy riffs of Pantera s, Dimebag, blaring through my speakers caused me to erupt into a disorientating rage, before I suddenly saw myself taking the straw that I d been using to drink my coke with and started packing it full of gravel, using it afterwards to stab through my left eardrum and scrape out my brain I suppose that would explain the chunky, pink stuff that my dog has been licking off the carpet all day So, what made it unique Wellfor one, it s a well written and nicely delivered horror novel The idea is that the plot and scenes are deliberately meant to fit the typical horror cliches, but also create a humorous, whimsical fast paced journey of it all which it does, extremely well, using the body of the characters personalities, and witty, seemingly misplaced, funny one liners that create a wonderful essence of comicalness, even during the most gory and violent of scenes I really enjoyed this book A nice and easy but blood filled read that leaves you with an urge to go out and buy a 40oz steak and pound it to a mushy pulp on your kitchen counter with a sturdy meat mallet Splatsplatsplat This was a fun book to read while laid up in bed with a sprained foot I enjoyed every page of this book It was an interesting twist at the end that I didn t see coming Definitely worth the money to pick this book up and give it a read. I m not usually a reader of Bizarro, but this book wasn t too bad It was a good Lovecraft themed Friday the 13th romp If you don t like strange sex and gory scenes then this book is definitely not for you While that isn t normally my cup of tea, I thought that this book was well done and it kept me reading straight through to the end. Don t make noise unless I m hurting you This is one awesome b class story that reads like an 80 s movie I loved it bunches. There s blood, a bit of a story, and it even makes sense at the end I have a feeling that this won t be the last book I read by this author There is so much going on in The Splatter House Rules relatively lean page count that it s daunting even considering how to summarise it adequately But here we go There s the legend of a camp site killer, a ghost with an axe, a great evil stirring at the bottom of the lake not to mention its off shoots that pave the way for its coming by committing murder and mayhem and then there s the government secret labs, the sexual awakening of a young woman, and a corrupt man of power trying to com There is so much going on in The Splatter House Rules relatively lean page count that it s daunting even considering how to summarise it adequately But here we go There s the legend of a camp site killer, a ghost with an axe, a great evil stirring at the bottom of the lake not to mention its off shoots that pave the way for its coming by committing murder and mayhem and then there s the government secret labs, the sexual awakening of a young woman, and a corrupt man of power trying to come to terms with what he has done For this reader, it all got a bit out of hand O Brien tries to juggle all of these balls and inevitably some hit the ground before he has demonstrated what skill he has Of course, The Splatter House Rules is meant to be a piss take on a number of different sub genres of horror see above , most notably the old school 80s slasher flicks And on that level it s amusing to read the ludicrous reasons the characters have for splitting up, as well as the constant attempts to down play any worrying development as due to something normal rather than dangerous The various cliched characters are also set to hyper mode so each is so extreme they are completely unrealistic All of which would be fine, were it not for how rushed everything felt Parts of the story that I wanted to follow in detail eg what happened to many of those who were stabbed before the narrative cut away were barely sketched in, while way too much time was spent exploring main protagonist Tabitha s realisation she likes girls Technically, O Brien s writing is straight forward and easy to digest, though there are numerous editing and formatting errors spread throughout the Kindle edition I read He s no Laird Barron, but then who would want Barron writing a book like this So even though I may have learned I prefer my horror straighter up than what is served here, I have no hesitation in recommending The Splatter House Rules to those wanting to have a bit of fun and take nothing seriously including crucifixions, dismemberment and slashed open throats 2 to 2.5 Spankings With a Severed Arm for The Splatter House Rules This book is an incredible amount of fun O Brien takes me right back to all the comedic horror movies I spent so much time watching back in the late eighties and early nineties, and manages to tell a very new story within that framework He does it so well, giving me something I can t quite get by reading other kinds of horror fiction or even re watching some of my old favorites It s a wonderful use of the form and yields some great reading It s well worth checking out and a splatter filled g This book is an incredible amount of fun O Brien takes me right back to all the comedic horror movies I spent so much time watching back in the late eighties and early nineties, and manages to tell a very new story within that framework He does it so well, giving me something I can t quite get by reading other kinds of horror fiction or even re watching some of my old favorites It s a wonderful use of the form and yields some great reading It s well worth checking out and a splatter filled good time "/>
  • Paperback
  • 128 pages
  • The Splatter House Rules
  • Jeff O'Brien
  • 14 October 2019
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