Horror New Releases

Horror fiction is fiction in any medium intended to scare, unsettle, or horrify the audience. Historically, the cause of the "horror" experience has often been the intrusion of a supernatural element into everyday human experience. Since the 1960s, any work of fiction with a morbid, gruesome, surreal, or exceptionally suspenseful or frightening theme has come to be called "horror". Horror fiction often overlaps science fiction or fantasy, all three of which categories are sometimes placed under the umbrella classification speculative fiction. ...more

New Releases Tagged "Horror"

The Chateau
The Salt Grows Heavy
Beware the Woman
Four Found Dead
Our Hideous Progeny
Cicadas Sing of Summer Graves
All the Dead Lie Down
Graveyard of Lost Children
We'll Never Tell
Court of the Undying Seasons
We Don't Swim Here
The Alchemy of Moonlight
Silent Came the Monster: A Novel of the 1916 Jersey Shore Shark Attacks
I'm Not Supposed to Be in the Dark
Revelations (Belle Morte, #2)
Season of Skulls (Laundry Files #12; New Management #3)
Lock Down
Lost Places
Poison Ivy, Vol. 1: The Virtuous Cycle
The Quiet Stillness of Empty Houses
Conjuring the Witch
The Devil's Pocketbook
Menacing Manor (The Sinister Summer Series)
On the Nature of Magic
The Night House
Killing It
Obsolescence: A Dark Sci-Fi, Fantasy, and Horror Anthology
Beleth Station
The Wind Began to Howl (Isaiah Coleridge, #3.5)
What Good Men Do (Elizabeth, #2)
This Is My Body, Given For You
Citizens of Shadow (Beguiled by Night #2)
Hotel Miramar
Little Monsters #13
Pretty Good Neighbor
No Happily Ever After
Kvinder skriver gys
Sisters of the Lost Nation
House of Cotton
Natural Beauty
This Delicious Death
The Haunting of Alejandra
Looking Glass Sound
The Thick and the Lean
Scourge Between Stars
The Lake House
Paint by Murders (Emily Ellis, #1)
The Marigold
The Insatiable Volt Sisters
Star Splitter
The Cherished
Games for Dead Girls
Harvest House
Eyes Guts Throat Bones
Remnants of Atonement (True paths #1)
Our Own Unique Affliction
The Wishing Pool and Other Stories
The Grief Nurse
The Vile Thing We Created
Peachy (Peachy, #1)
Twice Cursed: An Anthology
The Other Lives of Miss Emily White
The Merry Dredgers
The Helios Syndrome
Agony's Lodestone
Bound in Flesh: An Anthology of Trans Body Horror
What Walks These Halls
Even the Worm Will Turn (The Worm and His Kings #2)
Burn You the Fuck Alive
Not of This World (Gideon Sable #4)
Night Terror
極楽街 2 [Gokurakugai 2]
Frankenstein: New World
The Vampire Slayer, Vol. 2
The Intruders
Ice Upon a Pier
House of Slaughter #14
Dark Matter Presents Monstrous Futures
The Killing Grounds

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