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Witching Hour Theatre

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On a cool October night at the Starlight Cinema, an all-night horror movie triple feature is about to begin: Witching Hour Theatre. It's the one exciting thing in Larry Wilson's life, and he loses himself in the atmosphere of the old place: the crowd, the screams, the popcorn and the blood. But when the second feature ends, only thirteen moviegoers remain.
Nook, 75 pages
Published April 2nd 2010 by Creative Guy Publishing (first published July 31st 2005)
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Another great offering from Jonathan Janz! The pace of this story is extreemly fast. The action was certainly of the gory ,blood ,guts, and vomit school of horror so be forewarned! Great edge of your seat read!
Marilyn Groves
Not very long, but plenty scary!
Who needs to go see a horror movie when I could just read one of Jonathan's books? As if I can, after reading Witching Hour Theatre! It will be some time before I go see a late night movie!! LOL.
Well done Jonathan!! : )
Witching Hour Theatre is a horror fan's horror story. Bloody fun and highly entertaining. Janz is the man.
Tim McWhorter
very interesting story. different approach to the horror genre. pretty cool.
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Jonathan Janz grew up between a dark forest and a graveyard, and in a way, that explains everything. Brian Keene named his debut novel The Sorrows “the best horror novel of 2012.” The Library Journal deemed his follow-up, House of Skin, “reminiscent of Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting of Hill House and Peter Straub’s Ghost Story.”

In 2013 Samhain Horror published his novel of vampirism and human sac
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