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Matt Serafini's Under The Blade Brings Slasher Mayhem to the Literary World

The slasher subgenre may be on theatrical sabbatical, but that's not stopping author Matt Serafini (Feral) from keeping masked madmen alive and dangerous. Horror fans looking for a little stalk and slash this summer will want to get their hands on Under the Blade, which is out now!

CONTEST CLOSED! A Feral Contest to Drive You Wild!

Dread readers probably know that my debut novel, Feral, has been available for a few months now. Response to my furry sex-and-death soirée has been better than imagined, but I'm always trying to get the word out. Today that means it's time for a giveaway, so come on in and enter to win!

It's Blood, Sex and Werewolves as Feral Hits Paperback

Last week we told you that our own MattFini (Masked Slasher) has written a grisly tale of werewolf horror. His debut novel, Feral, made the eBook bow, and today we're happy to report that paperback versions are available for all you old school readers out there.

Matt Serafini Releases Feral

If there's anything that makes us proud here at Dread Central, it's when one of our own makes the jump and expands their presence within the genre. That's right, kids, our own Masked Slasher, Matt Fini, has a new tale of terror to spin for you. Read on for details.

Tim Curran Talks Resurrection, Zombies, Fringe Science, and More!

After reading Tim Curran's Resurrection, I simply had to interview him. I REALLY loved his book, even at 666 pages (yep, you read that right – 666). Curran is a wonderful storyteller who really should be unleashed upon the general horror reading public sooner rather than later. Read on for an in-depth look into the beautifully twisted mind of Tim Curran.

Dead Bait (Book)

Reviewed by Elaine Lamkin Edited by Romana Baotic and Gary Lucas Published by Severed Press Bathophobia: The fear of depths. The fear of deep water. Ichthyophobia: The fear of fish.

Curran, Tim (Resurrection)

After reading Tim Curran's Resurrection, I simply had to interview him. I REALLY loved his book, even at 666 pages (yep, you read that right – 666).