Wednesday, January 18, 2012

What I Read in 2011

Hollywood Horror: From Gothic To Cosmic by Mark A. Vieira
Last Bus to Bray: The Unfilmed Hammer - Volume 1: The Glory Years - 1950-1970 by Glen Davies
Vampyrrhic by Simon Clark
Trolley No. 1852 by Edward Lee
Cloak of Shrouded Men, The: Escapades of the Eidolon, Cotton Colinaude by Tony Laplume
Redemption, Kansas by James Reasoner
Shadow's Son by Jon Sprunk
Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the Eighth Dimension, The by Earl Mac Rauch
Hobgoblin by John Coyne
Best Served Cold by Joe Abercrombie
Dreams in the Fire: Stories and Poetry Inspired by Robert E. Howard by Mark Finn and Chris Gruber (Editors)
Devil's Brood, The by David Jacobs
Horror Film Reader by Alain Silver and James Ursini (Editors)
Sixpense House: Lost in a Town of Books by Paul Collins
Damnation Alley by Roger Zelazny
Terence Fisher by Peter Hutchings
Blood Feud by David Robbins
Death Head Crossing by James Reasoner
Dourado by David Wood
Hardboiled Cthulhu: Two-Fisted Tales of Tentacled Terror by James Ambuehl (Editor)
Hard Spell by Justin Gustainis
Dead of Night: A Zombie Novel by Jonathan Maberry
Cthulhu's Reign by Darrell Schweitzer (Editor)
Vampire's Tomb Mystery, The by Dwight Kemper
Write the Fight Right by Alan Baxter (ebook)
Curse of Frankenstein, The by Jimmy Sangster
Color Out of Time, The by Michael Shea
Necronomicon, The: Selected Stories and Essays Concerning the Blasphemous Tome of the Mad Arab by Robert M. Price (Editor)
Eye of Infinity, The by David Conyers
Zombies! An Illustrated History of the Undead by Jovanka Vukovic
Land of a Thousand Balconies: Discoveries and Confessions of a B-Movie Archaeologist by Jack Stevenson
Zombie Circus by Keith Carpenter
Theatres of Portland (Images of America) by Gary Lacher and Steve Stone
Vegas Knights by Matt Forbeck
Blood Curse: A Werewolf for Hire by Nic Brown (ebook)
Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson (ebook)

3 comments:

quatermass said...

What did you think of Damnation Alley?

Derek M. Koch said...

You know, as much as I like (probably for all the wrong reasons!) the film Damnation Alley, the book is a fantastic read. It's a completely different story, and smacks of John Carpenter's Escape From New York . . . in a good way!

Tony Laplume, Scouring Monk said...

What did you think of Cloak of Shrouded Men?