Original and terrifying fiction presented by Jason Blum, the award-winning producer behind the groundbreaking Paranormal Activity, The Purge, Insidious, and Sinister franchises.
Jason Blum invited 16 cutting-edge collaborators, filmmakers, and writers to envision a city of their choosing and let their demons run wild. The Blumhouse Book of Nightmares: The Haunted City brings together all-new, boundary-breaking stories from such artists as Ethan Hawke (Boyhood), Eli Roth (Hostel), Scott Derrickson (Sinister), C. Robert Cargill (Sinister), James DeMonaco (The Purge), and many others.
"Geist" by Les Bohem... "Procedure" by James DeMonaco..." Hellhole" by Christopher Denham... "A Clean White Room" by Scott Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill... "Novel Fifteen" by Steve Faber... "Eyes" by George Gallo... "1987" by Ethan Hawke..." Donations" by William Joselyn... "The Old Jail" by Sarah Langan... "The Darkish Man" by Nissar Modi... "Meat Maker" by Mark Neveldine... "Dreamland" by Michael Olson..." Valdivia" by Eli Roth... "Golden Hour" by Jeremy Slater... "The Leap" by Dana Stevens... "The Words" by Scott Stewart... "Gentholme" by Simon Kurt Unsworth
©2015 Jason Blum (P)2015 Random House Audio
"Jason Blum has done it again with this collection of startlingly imaginative and remarkably potent tales. Anyone who loves a brilliant story - scary or otherwise - should read this book." (Ryan Murphy, cocreator of American Horror Story)
"Like the best horror movies, these stories begin in the real world, then slyly move you to a darker place, a nightmare world just beyond our reality. I enjoyed my visit to The Haunted City - but I am still shivering." (R. L. Stine, author of Goosebumps and Fear Street)
"I found myself double checking that my door was locked. This anthology is a compelling reminder that it does not take anything but a good story to terrify." (M. Night Shyamalan, writer and director of The Sixth Sense and Unbreakable)
The book as a whole was lacking in a big way nothing that gave me chills or made me afraid to go to sleep as the Blum company states in the opening. A lot of the tales kind of leave you guessing without much to go on. And novel 15 jeez I thought would never end! Just endless ranting about nothing to end up being nothing at all scary. Step it up Blum.....
I enjoyed each of these stories. Only criticism, it threw me off of the story line a few times when there was female narration for a male character. Minor thing really.
i just basically like horror zombie books if u know any good one please give me a heads up i will do the same
if it were made more understandable and narrators had more emph when they read might b better but to keep real it was boring
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