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Dirge Magazine Article

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on November 26, 2016 by grindhousepress

Grindhouse Press was one of five publishers featured in a Dirge Magazine article about transgressive horror. You can read the article online through this link:

http://www.dirgemag.com/awe-ache-5-transgressive-horror-publishers/

Halloween freebies and sales!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 30, 2016 by grindhousepress

Grindhouse is offering free shipping on all orders through the online store for Halloween. Just use the promo code HALLOWEEN at check out until midnight on Monday. Our online store can be found HERE.

Also, Lit Reactor named Gina Ranalli’s novella, Ghost Chant, one of the top twelve reads for Halloween night! The article can be read HERE. Ghost Chant is currently free through Halloween for your Kindle by clicking HERE.

Many of Andersen Prunty’s horror titles including The Warm Glow of Happy Homes, Morning Is Dead, Hi I’m a Social Disease, Satanic Summer, Creep House, Bury the Children in the Yard, The Sorrow King, Pray You Die Alone, Sunruined, and Sociopaths In Love, are marked down to 99 cents on Kindle. You can find all of these titles through his Amazon author page by clicking HERE.

C.V. Hunt’s Ritualistic Human Sacrifice has also been marked down to $2.99 on Kindle for the holiday. Get your copy HERE.

All of us at Grindhouse wish you a safe and Happy Halloween.

Click the cover to be redirected to the free Kindle version.

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Samurai Vs. Robo-Dick by Steve Lowe

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 9, 2012 by grindhousepress

NOW AVAILABLE

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Samurai Vs. Robo-Dick
Steve Lowe
Grindhouse Press #016
Paperback and Ebook
150 pages
$9.95 USD
ISBN: 098834842X

Homicidal Wendigos!
Limb-lopping samurai!
Ambitionless slackers!
Marijuana!
A redhead!
Robo-Dick!

It’s been a few weeks since Benson returned to his parents’ home in the idyllic gated community of Grand Acres. He hasn’t seen them since. Ever since locking himself in the house with his supply of junk food and pot, he hasn’t seen much of anyone. When he’s finally coerced from the house and joins an ominous neighborhood group know as the Brown Shirts, Benson realizes things in Grand Acres aren’t nearly as tranquil as he thought. Even worse, there’s a samurai on the loose who is settling grudges in very violent ways.