Max Allan Collins, the author of the Nate Heller novels, the Road to Perdition graphic novel (turned into the Tom Hanks/Paul Newman feature film) and a whole lot more, is the subject of an in-depth interview conducted by J. Kingston Pierce. Like anything that MAC writes, it’s worth a read.
BUT ENOUGH ABOUT ME by Burt Reynolds and Jon Winokur
Growing up in Palm Beach, County, Florida, I went by the name Buddy.
The Overview: Beware of Spoilers…
Burt Reynolds always seemed like a star you could sit and talk with. Perhaps that’s why he was always such a great guest on talk shows. His sense of humor always came through, often at his own expense. I’m pleased to report that BUT ENOUGH ABOUT ME has the same feel.
Burt Reynolds’ goal with the book was to pay homage to the people who shaped him for better or worse. And he does just that. Burt isn’t ashamed to get sentimental or afraid to name names. We learn who he considers the good folks, as well a few who wouldn’t make his Christmas card list. He talks about success as well as mistakes he made both professionally and personally. Burt Reynolds had a career few could dream of and he’s written a memoir worthy of it.
Island of Lost Souls (1932)
Director: Erle C. Kenton
Screenplay by: Waldemar Young, Philip Wylie based on THE ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU by H. G. Wells
Starring: Charles Laughton, Bela Lugosi, Richard Arlen, Leila Hyams, Kathleen Burke, Arthur Hohl, Stanley Fields, Paul Hurst.
Tagline: THE PANTHER WOMAN lured men on – only to destroy them body and soul!
After a dispute with a supply ship’s drunken Captain, Edward Parker (Arlen), is left stranded on the remote jungle island of Dr. Moreau (Laughton). Moreau welcomes Parker to his home. Parker thanks him for the hospitality and says he will leave on the next supply ship. Parker is warned that many wild creatures live on the island. He is then introduced to Lota (Burke) and Montgomery (Hohl), Moreau’s assistant.
Later as Lota and Edward are talking they hear terrible screams coming from Dr. Moreau’s lab. Lota tells Edward the lab is called “the house of pain”. Edward bursts in to find Moreau and Montgomery operating without anesthesia on some sort of human-animal hybrid.
Edward decides to take a small boat and leave. As he walks from the safety of the house, Edward sees dozens of half-human beasts coming towards him. Dr. Moreau shows up with his whip and drives them back into the jungle. Moreau explains that the creatures are results of his failed experiments to turn animals into humans.
Edward is trapped on the island with the crazy Dr. Moreau and his assistant Montgomery. As the jungle creatures get more daring, Edward knows that time for survival is running out.
Thoughts (beware of spoilers)
Paramount decided the role of Lota the Panther Woman would go to an unknown actress. Kathleen Burke, a fashion model and radio actress who had never appeared in a feature film, won the role beating out 60,000 hopefuls. The opening credits read Lota…. the Panther Woman, but the final credits list Kathleen Burke by name. It’s interesting to note that Lota does not appear in H.G. Wells’ novel.
Island of Lost Souls (1932) was made before the Hays Code, which prohibited profanity, suggestive nudity, graphic or realistic violence, sexual persuasions and rape, went into effect. Subsequently, the movie was censored in many countries and re-releases.
H.G. Wells reportedly felt that the film focused on horror at the expense of the “novel’s philosophical themes”.
The Devil on Trial (2023)
Director: Chris Holt
Written by: Chris Holt
Tagline: Did the Devil Do It?
In 1981, Arne Johnson stabbed Alan Bono to death. Bono was Johnson’s landlord and had, in the past, dated Johnson’s girlfriend. Although there was no doubt that Johnson was the murderer, he claimed he didn’t remember doing it. When the case went to trial, his defense was that he was possessed by the devil/a demon and therefore wasn’t responsible.
This documentary explores the foundation for that defense and the result of the trial.
In 1980, Arne Johnson was dating Debbie Glatzel. Some of Debbie’s family believed that her younger brother, David was possessed by the devil. On more than one occasion David had to be held down by family members (and Arne) while David cursed, screamed and convulsed. David’s behavior was extreme enough that his mother contacted Ed and Lorraine Warren. The Warrens were famous for their involvement in The Amityville Murders. The Warrens assisted David’s mother in getting the church to conduct an exorcism. During the procedure, as David was struggling, Arne reportedly yelled at the demon, “Leave this little kid alone. Take on me. I’m here.”
So when Arne killed David, he asserted that the devil/demon had made him do it. This documentary uses actual voice recordings. archival footage, home movies and actor recreations to recount the story.
Thoughts (beware of spoilers)
While Arne wanted to use the “the devil made me do it” defense, he never got to. The judge ruled that “possession” was not a valid defense. He didn’t allow it. Arne ended up being found guilty of manslaughter.
Now to David Glatzel. Some of David’s family believed that he was possessed. One of David’s brothers said it was an act. He said that during one of David’s sessions while cursing, hitting and yelling, David’s father came into the room. Father grabbed David and slapped him. Dad told David to shut up and sit in a chair. The brother said, “The devil did as he was told”. In other words, it was an act.
David’s mother was a religious woman. She may have believed that David was possessed at the start. By the time the Warrens got involved, it seemed to be more about fame and the money. Also near the end of the documentary a sick allegation against the mother is made. I won’t give it away, but if true indicates mom had serious issues of her own.
As to the Warrens, this film puts them in a very bad light. They took advantage of David’s family. The Warrens kept almost all of the money off book and movie deals in regard to David’s story. Money that had been promised to the Glatzel family. If you’ve seen The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, that’s the Glatzel family’s story.
The Devil on Trial leaves it to viewers to determine if the possessions were real or not, There’s evidence that could support whatever you decide. As to the actions of the Warrens, the evidence points to them not being on the up and up.
The Fall of the House of Usher (2023)
Director: Mike Flanagan (Eps.1 – 2, 5 – 6); Michael Fimognari (Eps. 3 – 4, 7 -8)
Teleplay by: Mike Flanagan (Ep. 1); Emmy Grinwis and Mike Flanagann (Ep. 2); Justina Ireland and Mike Flanagan (Ep. 3); Mat Johnson and Mike Flanagan (Ep. 4); Dani Parker (Ep. 5); Rebecca Leigh Klingel and Mike Flanagan (Ep. 6);Jamie Flanagan and Mike Flanagan (Ep. 7); Mike Flanagan and Kiele Sanchez (Ep. 8)
Starring: Carla Gugino, Bruce Greenwood, Mary McDonnell, Henry Thomas, Rahul Kohli, Samantha Sloyan, T’Nia Miller, Zach Gilford, Willa Fitzgerald, Michael Trucco, Katie Parker, Matt Biedel, Crystal Balint, Ruth Codd, Kyliegh Curran, Carl Lumbly, Kate Siegel, Sauriyan Sapkota, Malcolm Goodwin and Mark Hamill.
Roderick Usher (Greenwood) and his sister Madeline (McDonnell) teamed to take over Fortunato Pharmaceuticals. Along the way they fudged test results, broke laws, lied under oath, ruined lives and committed at least one murder. Now, decades later Roderick is CEO of Fortunato and one of the richest men on the planet. His sister remains his trusted partner. Over the years Roderick fathered several children from different mothers. Now the kids are grown and using daddy’s money to try to build their own dynasties. But when Roderick’s offspring begin dying under unusual circumstances, one after the other, we learn what happened all those years ago that leads to The Fall of the House of Usher.
Thoughts (beware of spoilers)
Mike Flanagan has created another winner. Rather than a literal adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s The Fall of the House of Usher, Flannigan has given us modern interpretations of many of Poe’s short stories, poems and characters integrated into a single, unified story. This is genius.
The Fall of the House of Usher features an amazing cast. I would not be surprised to several Emmy nominations from this production. Standouts include:
- Carla Gugino: who owns every scene she is in. I will be disappointed if she isn’t recognized for a Best Actress nod.
- Bruce Greenwood: He’s perfect as Roderick Usher. The role was originally cast with Frank Langella. Problems on the set led to Greenwood getting the role and I would be hard pressed to say anyone could have done it better.
- Henry Thomas gives the performance of his life.
- Samantha Sloyan: I first became aware of her in Mike Flannigan’s Midnight Mass. She was amazing there. She’s also amazing here.
- Carl Lumbly: was a great choice to go head to head in many scenes with Greenwood. Lumbly, like the audience, slowly learns what has and is happening.
- Mark Hamill: totally nails the role of the Usher Family’s attorney and “fixer”. I’ll admit I was surprised at just how good Hamill is as the older, tough guy who has seen and done things we can’t imagine.
While I’ve turned the spotlight on the actors/actresses above, every member of the cast was excellent. Mike Flannigan writes a great story, gets the right people for each part and then assists them in creating amazing performances. The Fall of the House of Usher is an perfect example. I look forward to what Flannigan does next.
Burt Young, born Gerald Tommaso DeLouise, died October 8th. No cause of death was given. Mr. Young was 83.
Burt Young, best known for his Academy Award nominated role as Rocky Balboa’s brother-in-law Paulie, was actually a boxer himself. While in the United State Marines, Mr. Young compiled a 32 -2 record!
Burt Young trained at the Actor’s Studio under Lee Strasberg. During the course of his career Burt Young compiled 170 acting credits in films and television. Mr. Young wrote and starred in the feature film Uncle Joe Shannon, wrote and starred in the television movie Daddy, I Don’t Like It Like This, and an episode of Baretta (The Big Hand’s On Trouble) which he guest starred in. Burt Young also wrote the historical novel ENDINGS, as well as two stage plays (SOS and A Letter to Alicia and the New York City Government from a Man With a Bullet in His Head). Mr. Young was also an accomplished painter with gallery showings throughout the world. Some of his paintings appeared in Rocky Balboa when we learned that Paulie also liked to paint.
Some of Burt Young’s television appearances include: The Doctors; MASH; Little House on the Prairie; Baretta (3 episodes); The Rockford Files; Daddy, I Don’t Like It Like This; Miami Vice; The Equalizer; Vendetta: Secrets of a Mafia Bride (6 episodes); Tales from the Crypt; Law & Order; The Last Don (2 episodes); Walker, Texas Ranger (2 episodes); The Sopranos and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
Some of Burt Young’s feature film appearances include: Carnival of Blood; The Gang That Couldn’t Shoot Straight; Across 110th Street; Cinderella Liberty; Chinatown; The Killer Elite; Rocky; Twilight’s Last Gleaming; The Choirboys; Convoy; Uncle Joe Shannon; Rocky II; All the Marbles; Rocky III; Once Upon a Time in America; The Pope of Greenwich Village; Rocky IV; Back to School; Rocky V; Mickey Blue Eyes and Rocky Balboa.
I probably saw Burt Young first on MASH, Baretta or The Rockford Files, but it was his role in Rocky that I always think of first. From all accounts Burt Young was a kind and gentle soul. He was a true renaissance man – an actor, author and painter. He made every production he was in better.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Burt Young’s family, friends and fans.
Lara Parker, born Mary Lamar Rickey, died October 12th, the result of cancer. Ms. Parker was 84.
Lara Parker was an actress and author. After appearing in local plays, Lara decided to go to auditions in New York. In just her second audition she was cast in the daytime serial Dark Shadows. Ms. Parker became an instant hit. Her character was killed off, but her popularity was so great, she was brought back to play different roles.
Lara Parker continued acting on stage, in feature films and on television until 1991. She then retired and became a teacher. Ms. Parker also authored four Dark Shadows novels. In 2012, Lara Parker returned to acting for a role in Tim Burton’s Dark Shadows movie. That led to more acting roles until she again retired in 2016.
Some of Lara Parker’s television appearances include: Dark Shadows (269 episodes); One Life to Live; N.Y.P.D.; Kung Fu; The F.B.I.; Medical Center; Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law; Police Woman; The Rockford Files; Kolchak, The Night Stalker; S.W.A.T.; Emergency; The Six Million Dollar Man (2 episodes); Kojak (2 episodes); Alice; Washington Behind Closed Doors (6 episodes); The Incredible Hulk; Switch (3 episodes); Baretta; Quincy (2 episodes); Barnaby Jones; Hawaii 5-0 (2 episodes); Mrs. Columbo; Galactica 1980 (2 episodes); The Fall Guy; Manimal; Remington Steele and Highway to Heaven.
Some of Suzanne Somer’s feature film appearances include: Hi, Mom!; Night of Dark Shadows; Save the Tiger; Airport 1975; Race with the Devil; Dark Shadows and Doctor Mabuse.
Like most who were at the right age, I first saw Lara Parker on Dark Shadows. Not many actors/actresses get a huge hit for their first professional work. My favorite Lara Parker role was in the movie Race with the Devil. I love that when Lara Parker decided to retire from acting she turned to teaching and writing. What a multitalented person she was.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Lara Parker’s family, friends and fans.
Suzanne Somers, born Suzanne Mahoney, died today the result of cancer. Ms. Somers was 76. Suzanne Somers was a model, actress, singer, author and business woman.
When Suzanne Mahoney was 19, she married Bruce Somers. They had one child and the couple divorced three years later. Suzanne Somers’ career began with her getting modeling gigs and small, often uncredited parts in television shows and movies. Her big break came when she landed the role of Chrissy Snow on Three’s Company. The show was an instant hit and made Suzanne Somers a household name. Ms. Somers stayed with the series through four seasons.
For the rest of her career Suzanne Somers would act in movies and television. She became a commercial spokesperson for the exercise product Thighmaster. Suzanne Somers also authored two autobiographies, a book of poetry as well as four diet books. In 2001, Ms. Somers was diagnosed with breast cancer. She elected to have a lumpectomy and radiation. She declined chemotherapy and instead used alternative cancer treatments. Although criticized by the American Cancer Society and many doctors, Suzanne Somers became a proponent of alternative treatments to chemotherapy.
Some of Suzanne Somer’s television appearances include: The Rockford Files; Sky Heist; One Day at a Time; The Love Boat; Starsky & Hutch (3 episodes); The Six Million Dollar Man; Zuma Beach; Three’s Company (100 episodes); The Ropers; Hollywood Wives (3 episodes); She’s the Sheriff (44 episodes); Sisters; The Larry Sanders Show; The Simpsons and Step-By-Step (160 episodes).
Some of Suzanne Somer’s feature film appearances include: Bullit; Daddy’s Gone A-Hunting; American Graffiti; Magnum Force; Billy Jack Goes to Washington; Nothing Personal and The Nutty Professor.
I first remember seeing Suzanne Somers in a magazine ad. She was a hot babe on a beach. Of course I remember her best from Three’s Company. Although I didn’t regularly watch the show, her fame brought her magazine covers, feature stories and appearances on other shows. For a while Suzanne Somers was everywhere! It’s funny because I probably saw her on The Rockford Files, Starsky & Hutch or The Six Million Dollar Man before Three’s Company ever hit the air waves. But it’s Chrissy Snow that first comes to mind when I think of Suzanne Somers.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Suzanne Somers family, friends and fans.
TOO MANY BULLETS by Max Allan Collins
Publisher: Titan Books
At the end of this narrative, certain guilty people go free.
The Overview: Beware of Spoilers…
When Robert Kennedy asks Nate Heller to be his bodyguard, Heller agrees. How could he refuse? Nate and Bobby had been friends for years. Plus security is a service that Heller and his agency provides. Nate agreed even when Bobby’s demands made protecting him nearly impossible. “No guns” and Nate as the only bodyguard. That’s how Nate Heller came to be present when Robert Kennedy was assassinated.
Of course the conspiracy theories started almost immediately. The same people who killed John Kennedy got to Robert. It was the mafia, the C.I.A., the… you fill in the blank. It was a conspiracy. There’s no way it was a lone gunman. Heller didn’t buy into any of it. He was there. Hell, he was one of the first to grab Sirhan Sirhan as the little murderer was still firing. No, they got the right guy.
Then Heller begins to hear things that don’t add up. The number of bullets for instance. By almost every account, there were more bullets fired than Sirhan’s gun could hold. There were witnesses who saw more than one gunman. Their reports were dismissed without merit. Plus Sirhan Sirhan’s lawyer didn’t present evidence that could have brought doubt as to if he acted alone. Then there were the questionable characters all around the periphery of the assassination. Even though Nate was there, he was starting to have questions.
So Nate Heller decides to do his own investigation. What he discovers isn’t in any history book and just might get him killed.
I’m a huge fan of Max Allan Collins’ Nate Heller series. Heller is a fictional detective who finds himself in the middle of real crimes. Heller ages in real time as the series progresses. His tales are fiction mixed with extensive research and historical fact. Heller has been in the mix on everything from the Lindbergh baby kidnapping/murder to the suspicious death of Marilyn Monroe and much more. It’s fun watching Heller interact with famous (and infamous) folks right out of our history books. Equally enjoyable is Collins’ take on the crimes and what may have really happened.
TOO MANY BULLETS is another great addition to the Nate Heller legacy. It gets my highest recommendation.
ALL SINNERS BLEED by S.A. Cosby
Hardback: 352 pages
Publisher: Flatiron Books (June 6, 2023)
Charon County was founded in bloodshed and darkness.
The Overview: Beware of Spoilers…
Titus Crown is the first Black sheriff in Charon County, Virginia. Titus grew up there. He then served ten years as a F.B.I. agent. Now he’s come home. Hopefully to do some good. Although elected by a majority, there are still some who can’t get past Titus’ skin color.
When an active shooter call comes in, Titus and his deputies rush to the local high school. They arrive to find one of the community’s most beloved teachers murdered by a former student. As the young killer walks out, gun in hand, Titus attempts to take him in to custody without more bloodshed. Unfortunately, one of Titus’ deputies fatally shoots the kid.
Titus’ investigation into the teacher’s murder uncovers evidence of more crimes. The beloved teacher, a pillar of the community, was involved in sadistic crimes against children. As Titus digs deeper it becomes clear that three people were torturing and killing children. Two are dead. But one is still alive. Hiding in plain sight among the people of Charon County.
Things become even more complicated. Evidence surfaces that Titus’ Deputy may have had a secret reason to kill the kid.
Another person is murdered. The killer stages the body to let the world (and Sheriff Crown) know it is related to the murders of the children. The killer begins taunting Titus. Publicity about the gruesome murders puts the town on edge. It also gives those who oppose Titus as Sheriff a reason to remove him from office.
As Titus continues to dig into the evidence, he uncovers dark secrets hidden for decades. Of course Titus has a secret of his own. The real reason he left the F.B.I..
S.A. Cosby is one of my must-buy authors. He won the Anthony Award for Best Novel two years in a row for BLACKTOP WASTELAND and RAZORBLADE TEARS. Both get my highest recommendation. As does Cosby’s MY DARKEST PRAYER.
ALL SINNER’S BLEED is another winner. Titus Crown is a great lead character. I was surprised by the ending, but it felt right. Especially Crown’s last act.
Each novel that Cosby has created made me hope for a sequel. Yet, each new book brought new lead characters that I come to love. Perhaps a crossover is due. Truth is, it doesn’t matter what Cosby writes. I, like many, many others will be in line to buy it.
The Most Dangerous Game (1932)
Director: Ernest B. Schoedsack, Irving Pichel
Screenplay: James Ashmore Creelman based on “The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell
Stars: Joel McCrea, Fay Wray, Leslie Banks, Robert Armstrong, Noble Johnson, Steve Clemente and James Flavin.
Tagline: Arresting, strange and terrible in the story of the polished Russian sportsman who lured ships to their doom…then drove the male survivors into his inland jungle, to be hunted down like animals!
Bob Rainsford (McCrea) is a well known big game hunter on a ship traveling near an uncharted island. The ship hits something that causes it to quickly begin sinking and explode. Bob swims to the island only to discover he is the sole survivor.
Bob is surprised to find a huge house owned by Count Zaroff (Banks). Zaroff welcomes Bob into his home. The Count introduces Bob to Eve (Wray) and her brother Martin (Armstrong). Eve and Martin survived an earlier ship wreck and made it to the island.
Count Zaroff is pleased to have the pleasure of hosting Bob Rainsford, the famous big game hunter. Zaroff explains that he is also a hunter. Zaroff claims to have hunted every kind of animal and was getting bored until he discovered “the most dangerous” game.
When Bob and Eve are alone, she says that two sailors who survived their shipwreck have gone missing. Bob shares his belief that the ships were sunk on purpose. As Eve and Bob go through Zaroff’s mansion they stumble onto his trophy room. To their horror, they discover that Count Zaroff hunts humans. They will soon be his prey.
Thoughts (beware of spoilers)
The Most Dangerous Game and King Kong share a lot in common. Both films were produced by Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack. Ernest B. Schoedsack co-directed both movies. Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong, James Flavin and Noble Johnson appeared in both films. Both movies used the same sets!
“The Most Dangerous Game” by Richard Connell has been adapted and used as inspiration for countless movies.
A preview of “The Most Dangerous Game” contained a more detailed look at Count Zaroff’s trophy room. It featured mounted human heads, heads in bottles and stuffed full figures of men Zaroff had murdered. When several in the preview audience walked out, the scene was shortened.
Beware of bad copies. The Most Dangerous Game (1932). Iy fell into public domain and there are some shoddy prints out there.
The Most Dangerous Game (1932) rates 5 of 5 stars.
Great news for Whiskey Leavins and Rock Cobbler fans – A TURKEY DANCED DEATH: ANOTHER ROCK COBBLER CASE is now available!
Most times I like crime fiction to be hardboiled and serious. But once in a while a bigger helping of humor is what the bartender offers. You know, books like Whiskey Leavins’ MURDER IN GREASEPAINT (described as “equal parts Chandler, Christopher Moore, Bozo, and Bourbon”) or Leavins’ THE DEVIL’S OWN PISS AND OTHER STORIES‘. I’ve read ’em both and each earned a 5 star rating – my highest recommendation.
Now Whiskey Leavins is back. A TURKEY DANCED DEATH: ANOTHER ROCK COBBLER CASE is out. Here’s the lowdown…
Early morning. A wooded clearing. The body surrounded by a conga line of head-bobbing wild turkeys. Then Detective Rock Cobbler’s Thursday really starts to get weird. Before he can begin to dig into this turkey-murder, his attention is diverted by a soft-spoken young woman filing a run-of-the-mill missing person report. Santa Lacrimosa PD’s crack detective knows he should focus on the murder, but unexplainably finds his interest being drawn towards the routine case. The dual investigations will lead Cobbler through seedy residential motels, close encounters with local burlesque royalty Caramel Slice, and on to interactions with a bizarre mountain cult, its charismatic leader, and his bulldog-like henchman. Will the bourbon-loving Cobbler get to the bottom of both cases? Will he figure out the turkey angle? Or will he wind up getting stuffed?
A TURKEY DANCED DEATH combines equal parts Chandler, Christopher Moore, Carl Hiaasen, and a dash of Jim Jones into a quirky, tawdry, Whiskey’d up cocktail.
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EERIE Archives Volume 6 will be released on June 4, 2024. If you wonder what the 248 pages will contain, here’s the lowdown…
Let Cousin Eerie lead you through the shadows into total darkness in EERIE Archives Volume 6, now in a value-priced paperback edition.
Feel the fear of the frightening fables from creators Tom Sutton, Ken Kelly, Richard Corben, Doug Moench, Basil Gogos, Carlos Garzon, Nicola Cuti, and more. Also includes an in-depth interview with longtime Warren Publishing scribe Doug Moench.
Collects EERIE magazine issues #28–#31.
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EERIE Archives Volume 5 will be 272 pages of horror when it is released on April 9, 2024. Here’s the lowdown…
Take a ride in the back of Cousin Eerie’s hearse and head for the cemetery in EERIE Archives Volume 5, now in value-priced paperback.
Join legendary creators Frank Frazetta, Archie Goodwin, Jim Steranko, Tom Sutton, Angelo Torres, Reed Crandall, and more as they devise the most dastardly tales in the heinous history of horror. Foreword by CREEPY author, screenwriter, and director Don Glut.
Collects EERIE magazine issues #23–#27.
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EERIE Archives Volume 4 will be 256 pages when it is released on February 6, 2024. Here’s the lowdown…
Follow your Cousin Eerie on a funeral march through the haunted halls of comics history in EERIE Archives Volume 4, now in a value-priced softcover format!
Join an all-star lineup of comics creators—Archie Goodwin, Frank Frazetta, Reed Crandall, Tom Sutton —as they mine your nightmares for ghoulish gold. Includes the adaptations of “The Death of Halpin Frayser” by Ambrose Bierce and “The Fall of the House of Usher” by Edgar Allan Poe and a lengthy interview with legendary comics illustrator Al Williamson.
Collects EERIE magazine issues #16–#22.
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