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message 1: by Ken B (new)

Ken B | 6482 comments Splatterpunk was a movement within horror fiction in the 1980s, distinguished by its graphic, often gory, depiction of violence, countercultural alignment and "hyperintensive horror with no limits." The term was coined in 1986 by David J. Schow at the Twelfth World Fantasy Convention in Providence, Rhode Island.

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message 3: by Marie (new)

Marie | 3428 comments Isn't this interesting - no one has posted much in here. I thought we had some HA "extremists" readers in here! Where are you all? In hiding? We are all HA family here - you can come out and share your extreme tastes! LOL :)

Here are some splatterpunk/gore infested book lists:

The Farm by Matt Shaw by Matt Shaw
The Housemates (Damienverse, #4) by Iain Rob Wright by Iain Rob Wright
Man Cave by Angel Gelique by Angel Gelique
Kin by Kealan Patrick Burke by Kealan Patrick Burke
Splatterpunk Fighting Back by Bracken MacLeod by Bracken MacLeod
Chasing Ghosts by Glenn Rolfe by Glenn Rolfe
The Blood House by Amy Cross by Amy Cross
Jackpot by David Bernstein by David Bernstein
The Method by Duncan Ralston by Duncan Ralston


message 5: by Lisa (new)

Lisa | 460 comments Just finished The Island by Richard Laymon. Holy cats.


message 6: by Corey (last edited Aug 03, 2020 02:09AM) (new)

Corey | 4 comments I just finished Off Season myself and it was definitely the craziest thing I've ever read. Equally crazy to think it was successfully published in 1980.


message 7: by Marie (new)

Marie | 3428 comments Some more splatter since my last post back last year are these:

Tormented by Lee Mountford by Lee Mountford

The Midwives A Gripping Folk-Horror Thriller by Duncan Ralston by Duncan Ralston

Prank Night by Kristopher Rufty by Kristopher Rufty


message 8: by Kain (new)

Kain (acidcat) Have read quite a few splatterpunk books but I have not long finished The Art of Longpig by Olivia Wytens and boy it's got it all, horror, gore, humour and decent characters. it will make you hungry!


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