Welcome back to Hellywood!! Hell Comes to Hollywood II features 22 short horror fiction stories, all set in the entertainment industry, and written by actors, screenwriters, producers, and other Hollywood-connected scribes. The audiobook contains the Bram Stoker Award-nominated stories "Hot Tub" by Hal Bodner, and "Dreams of a little Suicide" by Eric J. Guignard.
Come take a behind the screams tour into the dark heart of show business and see the cast of bloodthirsty monsters, power-mad directors, starving zombies, deal-making demons, and more horrific creatures tear up the screen! Buy your ticket, bloody the popcorn, and settle into your seat-and don't forget to turn off your Hell phone...
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"...Entertaining tales that will stay with the reader long after the book has finished." (TT Zuma, Cemetery Dance Magazine)
"Some (stories) are funny, some are scary, some are disturbing, some are sad. All are memorable, lingering in the mind like the evocative and unique aroma of movie-theater popcorn." (Christine Morgan, The Horror Fiction Review)
"...Hell Comes to Hollywood II ought to be required reading for anyone who has even an inkling of trying to make it in the City of Dreams." (Scott Urban, The Horror Zine)
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What an awesome collection of stories! These are not your average tales. These are the horrors behind everything including demons, vampires, witches, children, movie theaters, and so many more!
There are 22 in this which is great but listening on audio to this many stories is tough. I was on a plane for the most part so I didn’t have the ability to take notes. So many stick out though! None for good reasons. These are all horrifyingly terrifying!
What I love about short stories, and particularly scary stories, is that you are not able to figure out what is going on before it happens. And a LOT of weird stuff happens in this. For the most part I was able to guess that most of these were not going to end well but not because I knew, but because they are so horrible! It is like when you’re watching a great 80’s slasher flick and you just can’t look away because it is so bloody and gruesome but perfect.
The audio was a little strange. The production was good but there are only two narrators. While they did a wonderful job hearing the same voices over and over for each story muddles the stories a little. I would get a particular character stuck in my head and realize that character was long gone! Other than that they did a fantastic job and the production was wonderful but I would have loved to hear this with a full production.
Absolutely wonderful bite sized horror. Will be loved by horror fans!
Audiobook provided for review by the author.
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