Tag: Horror

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Blindness is just the beginning. Once the virus strips away everything remotely human, all that’s left is a mindless savage predator.

Hank Mason thought he had nothing left to lose, but now that he is all that stands between a young girl and a gruesome fate, he’s sworn to protect her with his very life. But the virus isn’t done yet. A new, deadlier terror is slowly emerging, and even as Mason and Mackenzie battle their way from one horror to the next in a desperate flight through a world gone mad, they both know that their time is running out.

The girl is already blind, and things are about to get a whole lot worse.

Featured Novel (8/9/2016): Paranormal


Knocked Up by Monsters

NINE stories of hot, hot horror!
And big monsters need a lot of love. They need to spread their seed, produce their heirs, and continue bloodlines. Human women have the best bodies for such tasks.

Inside this collection you’ll find sexy monsters, hung myths, HUGE legends, and hot creatures of lore ready to conquer young innocents to fulfill their most sinful desires! For a limited time get three bonus stories!

Featured Novel (8/6/2016): Action & Adventure


Blood Codex: A Jake Crowley Adventure

An ancient order.
A deadly conspiracy.
A race against time.

When Jake Crowley rescues Rose Black from assailants on the streets of London, the two find themselves embroiled in a mystery that could cost them their lives. People are dying, and all the victims have one thing in common with Rose: a birthmark in the shape of an eagle.

From beneath the streets of London, to castle dungeons, to the heart of Christendom and beyond, Jake and Rose must race to stay alive as they seek to unlock the secrets of the Blood Codex.

Praise for David Wood and Alan Baxter

“Blood Codex is a genuine up all night got to see what happens next thriller that grabs you from the first page and doesn’t let go until the last.” Steven Savile

“Rip roaring action from start to finish. Wit and humor throughout. Just one question – how soon until the next one? Because I can’t wait.” Graham Brown

“A page-turning yarn. Indiana Jones better watch his back!”Jeremy Robinson

“A a story that thrills and makes one think beyond the boundaries of mere fiction and enter the world of ‘why not’?” David Lynn Golemon,

“A twisty tale of adventure and intrigue that never lets up and never lets go!” Robert Masello

“A fast-paced storyline that holds the reader right from the start,. and a no-nonsense story-telling approach that lets the unfolding action speak for itself.” Van Ikin

“With mysterious rituals, macabre rites and superb supernatural action scenes, Wood and Baxter deliver a fast-paced horror thriller.” J.F.Penn

“Wood and Baxter have taken on the classic black magic/cult conspiracy subgenre, chucked in a toxic mix of weirdness, creepshow chills and action, and created a tale that reads like a latter-day Hammer Horror thriller. Nice, dark fun.” Robert Hood

Featured Novel (8/2/2016): Horror


INSECT – SCI-FI HORROR MOVIE SCRIPT: DOMINANT CREATURE OF A LESSER GOD

Bruno, an entomologist, found a way to create human-sized insects, by combining a wasp with a mantis, using cockroaches as the host for their larvae. The result is a female that acts like a human. “SHE” and Bruno evolve a unique type of relationship with each other.

Bruno Ledermann is a brilliant entomologist. He is teaching in the university of Berlin. His life couldn’t be any better, especially after he inherited a large house and a good amount of money from his late aunt. It is the perfect time for him to finally propose to his girlfriend Sylvia. He plans everything perfectly for the evening, but a small disgusting detail in the dinner he prepared for her, lead them to a terrible fight, which results in a gruesome accident for Sylvia.

Years later, Bruno is only focusing on his work. He is close to complete one of the most important experiments in the history of mankind, that will probably bring his the Nobel Prize for Biology and Science. He succeeded creating the first human-sized insects, by providing extra amount of oxygen and perfect conditions for each generation to grow a bit larger. He is using the parasitoid ways of the Emerald Wasp, that is inserting the egg into a cockroach host for it to feed from the host and to hatch out of it when large enough. Bruno replaces the typical American cockroach with the giant burrowing cockroach for even better results, forcing the wasps to adapt to the situation.

His first presentation in a scientific conference in Heidelberg in Germany, shocks the attending audience, especially the pictures and the videos he has brought there. Bruno leaves the last part of the experiment intentionally out of the presentation. The latest generation of wasps has been infused with the DNA of mantids and human stem cells. The result is an astonishing creature, a female, with the size of a human being and great communication skills. Bruno focuses on her after returning from the conference. He is so proud of his work of and of her, that he even goes beyond any human fantasy and tries to come closer to the insect.

The same night that Bruno and “SHE” finally kissed (probably one of the most disturbing moments in cinematic history), two guys break in inside his laboratory, trying to steal what they saw on the videos in the conference. They have no idea about the other side of the story and they eventually get trapped inside the tubes of the laboratory, that lead to the wasps. The result of that night, is that the male version of the mantid-wasp, which would serve as the partner for the female, dies after consuming human parts.

Bruno is devastated after he finds out about the massacre in his laboratory and tries to move on, as if nothing has happened. He works harder for finding a way to fertilize the female. He has no clue that the reproductive organs in “SHE” are those of the wasp, although she looks more like a mantis from outside. That means only one thing, “SHE” needs a host. The host will eventually be a woman, who showed great interest in Bruno’s work and about him in general as a man. Bruno uses her for providing the perfect host, especially since she is already five months pregnant.

INSECT is not a crossover between Cronenberg’s The Fly and Splice, and obviously has nothing to do with Starship Troopers, Eight Legged Freaks or other giant insect-monster movies. The script pays close detail to how such an experiment would even be possible and on how insects would grow larger, when given the opportunity. Insects are so different than animals and humans, but at the same time they could be very close to us, if they were bigger in scale. They are very clever and some species like the praying mantis can actually communicate well with humans. INSECT is very scientific, very disturbing, very natural, very psychological…