Fans of the badass new book from Saw writers Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton and Shock Festival creator Stephen Romano, Black Light (review here), have a good reason to be smiling today! A film adaptation is well on its way!
A new trailer has made its way online in support of the stellar new book from Saw writers Marcus Dunstan and Patrick Melton, and Shock Festival creator Stephen Romano, Black Light (review here)' and as always we have it for ya fresh and on tap.
Written by Patrick Melton, Marcus Dunstan and Stephen Romano Published by Mulholland Books
This writer caught up with prolific horror screenwriter Patrick Melton (the man behind such frightful fare – along with cohort Marcus Dunstan – as the Feast series, Saw IV through 3D and The Collector) and now co-author of the novel Black Light last night to pick his brain on the latter as well as to gather his thoughts on his co-penned scripts Piranha 3DD and The Collection (the latter the sequel to the 2009 Liddell Entertainment release The Collector).
The sickos behind the Saw franchise, Patrick Melton and Marcus Dunstan, are at it again in print form along with one of our favorite lunatics, Stephen Romano (Shock Festival), as this trio of terror have shined a Black Light on the horror scene.
It's been a few months since last we checked out the guaranteed to be bat-shit insane new book from Patrick Melton, Marcus Dunstan, and Stephen Romano, but lo and behold we've got some artwork and even a release date! According to Mulholland Books Black Light will be available in hardcover on October 5th, 2011. Synopsis
It's always nice to see good people work together to create something great. As far as the horror genre goes, it's also cool to see people who are absolutely bat-shit psychotic work together to bring us something deliciously dark. Case in point ... an update on Black Light, an upcoming novel from Patrick Melton, Marcus Dunstan, and Stephen Romano we first told you about last month.
We know that a lot of our readers are big fans of horror novels so we're always on the lookout for cool sounding projects to share.