Zombie Bites review

The Horror Hothouse

Simon Ball and David Saunderson at Zombie Bites. Image courtesy of Newton Photographic (www.facebook.com/Newtonphotographic) Simon Ball and David Saunderson at Zombie Bites. Image courtesy of Newton Photographic (www.facebook.com/Newtonphotographic)

What is it about zombies that has caught the contemporary horror fan’s imagination? Sure, they are pretty nasty with all that brain eating and shambling about making the place look really untidy, and I bet they pong pretty bad too, but on the other hand they ain’t too bright and are pretty easy to kill. We get a lot of zombie fiction submitted to the Hothouse for review. and if we are being honest, much of it riffs rather too much off George A Romero’s films, so it was with a degree of nervousness that we opened up Zombie Bites the follow up to last year’s Dracula’s Midnight Snacks vampire anthology from our friends at the Spooky Isles and Red Rattle Press.

I needn’t have worried, the 19 tales chosen by Spooky Isles editor David Saunderson from stories submitted…

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