Episode 129: Campy B-Horror Books with Nico Bell

Today I was joined by author Nico Bell to discuss the wilder, unbridled side of horror, b-horror. A little tough to define exactly, these are the books that feel like those glorious VHS from rental days of yore, balls to the wall and amazing.

Books Mentioned:

  • Cirque Berserk by Jessica Guess
  • Man, Fuck This House by Brian Asman
  • Transmuted by Eve Harms
  • The Razorblades in My Head by Donnie Goodman
  • Food Fright by Nico Bell
  • Beyond the Creek by Nico Bell
  • The Night Stockers by Kristopher Triana and Ryan Harding
  • Old Bay King (story) by Donnie Goodman

Final Girl Song

Nico chose “Pink Rover” by Scene Queen! Check it out here!

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