MAD MAX

It’s been said that George Miller was so impressed with this novelization of MAD MAX that he hired its writer to co-script THE ROAD WARRIOR

BRANCHES

Mitch Cullin is best known for providing the source novel for Terry Gilliam’s “PSYCHO-meets-DAYS OF HEAVEN” reverie TIDELAND, and this earlier Cullin text is just as twisted

ROUGH BEAST

Here’s an ambitious horror novel that appeared after the horror boom of the 1970s and 80s had been officially put to rest

HEX

One of the most unexpected surprises of 2016 was this altogether odd and unpredictable horror thriller from the Netherlands

RED RANGE

This graphic novel, initially published in 1999, would appear to be the wild card among Joe Lansdale’s comic work

LAST CALL

Here’s a novel that adequately displays both the strengths and weaknesses of Tim Powers’s unique brand of fantasy.

THE ARCHITECT OF RUINS

A mind-boggler par excellence, courtesy of Dedalus, who can always be counted on to dig up fascinating Euro-obscurities

RAIN

An unabashed throwback to the type of high-class, speculatively-charged porn lit that flourished in the late 1960s and early 70s

FADE-OUT

The “Most Compelling Novel of the Unknown Ever Written?”  I’m not sure about that…