Abdelhamid Bouchnak's Dachra is a horrific tale of generational divide in Tunisia and its brutal effects on the younger generations.
A woman's attempts to get pregnant lead her to a confrontation with a demonic entity, Ba'al.
Kandisha tackles heavy, significant social themes underneath a blood and guts tale of supernatural revenge.
Deran's sick of letting J run the show, and Pope's having serious mental health issues.
We’re taking a new step here to branch out at Father Son Holy Gore.
And so, I’d like to introduce FSHG‘s first podcast: The Nightmare Bazaar.
The podcast is going to be 90% original content by myself (and soon, others), padded with 10% of classic or underrated piece of literature by some of my favourite authors. The stories are all going to be weird, creepy, horrific, though they’ll cross several genres; you can definitely expect lots of horror and science fiction. At first it’ll be mostly me reading these stories, however, as things continue to grow here at Father Son Holy Gore, I intend to hire freelance voice actors and other writers to help create more diverse, exciting tales for people.
Right now, the podcast is available through Anchor and Spotify, soon to be elsewhere like Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and more. The 1st episode is titled “A Face of Nothing”—a revamped, extended version of my 1st published horror story, “Book of the Black Moon,” published by Centum Press in 2015—and it’s already available. Get your headphones on, turn off the lights, and walk with me headlong into the dark.
Life's tough when you get problematic in the Bro House, bro.
Violence erupts on the ship, while the insurance plans must go ahead regardless.
Negan reflects on who he was and who he has become.
Daryl and Carol each take their own path.
Princess and the others get taken captive by a new community of people.
Aaron and Gabriel search for food, then wind up in a literal game of Russian Roulette.
Daryl reminisces about his time alone after losing Rick.