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I’s been a bit of a depressing time for the horror fiction press, what with the collapse of Dorchester and the subsequent fallout.  So it’s great to see that many of the Leisure authors have found a new home.  Deadite Press have more than filled the gap left buy Dorchester.  

There is a great amount of quality writing on offer here, and as for the covers, brilliant just brilliant.  For those of you looking for top notch stories in a beautifully presented and brilliantly priced format, then head on over and check them out. 

What’s even better is the books are readily available in the UK, from all the usual online outlets.  Cheers Deadite Press, you’ve saved this Scotsman a fortune in shipping charges. 


Some of the highlights that I have read so far are 

 Sex, Death, and Heavy Metal!
If you’re a teenage metal head The Southern Illinois Music Reeducation Center is not the place you want to go. The center specializes in “de-metaling” – a treatment to cure teens of their metal loving, devil worshiping ways. A program that subjects its prisoners to sexual abuse, torture, and brain-washing. But tonight things get much worse. Tonight the flesh-eating zombies come . . .
Rock and Roll Reform School Zombies is Bryan Smith’s tribute to Return of the Living Dead and The Decline of Western Civilization Part 2: the Metal Years




Chalco, a young Aztec boy, feels helpless as conquering Spanish forces near his village. But when a messenger of the gods hands him a key to unlock the doors of human perception and visit unseen worlds, Chalco journeys into the mystical Labyrinth, searching for a way to defeat the invaders. He will face gods, devils, and things that are neither. But he will also learn that some doorways should never be opened and not all entrances have exits…
Tequila’s Sunrise. Take the shot and open the door… if you dare.
Deadite Press is proud to present this author’s preferred edition of Brian Keene’s long out-of-print novella, which contains material not included in previously published editions. Also included in this edition are seven bonus short stories: Dust, Burying Betsy, Fade To Null, Golden Boy, Two-Headed Alien Love Child, That Which Lingers, and Bunnies In August.










Click Click Click Click
Phillipsport, Maine is a quaint and peaceful seaside village. But when hundreds of creatures pour out of the ocean and attack, its residents must take up arms to drive the beasts back.
They are the Clickers, giant venomous blood-thirsty crabs from the depths of the sea. The only warning to their rampage of dismemberment and death is the terrible clicking of their claws. But these monsters aren’t merely here to ravage and pillage. They are being driven onto land by fear. Something is hunting the Clickers. Something ancient and without mercy.
Deadite Press is proud to present the authors’ preferred version of J. F. Gonzalez and Mark Williams’ gore-soaked cult classic tribute to the giant monster B-movies of yesteryear.
“Miss those glory days of cheap’n’nasty bone-crunching horror? They’re back. Clickers will eat you up and spit you out!” – Peter Atkins, screenwriter for Hellraiser II &III and Wishmaster







The sickest writer in horror takes on the Cthulhu Mythos!
In July, 1939, antiquarian and H.P. Lovecraft aficionado, Foster Morley, takes a scenic bus tour through the wilds of northern Massachusetts. He wants to go where Lovecraft went, and to see what Lovecraft saw, to further distill his understanding of history’s most impacting horror fantasist. When he happens upon the curious, secluded waterfront prefect known as Innswich Point-not to be found on any map-he assumes the curiosity of the name is mere coincidence, but in less than twenty-four hours he’ll learn that he couldn’t be more mistaken.
Deeper and deeper, then, Morley delves into the queer town’s dark mystique. Has his imagination run rampant, or are there far too many similarities between this furtive fishing village and the fictional town of Lovecraft’s masterpiece, The Shadow Over Innsmouth? Could it be possible that Lovecraft himself actually visited this town before his death in 1937?
Join splatter king Edward Lee for a private tour of Innswich Point – a town founded on perversion, torture, and abominations from the sea.

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