Hell Comes to Hollywood: An Anthology of Short Horror Fiction Set in Tinseltown Written by Hollywood Genre Professionals

Hell Comes to Hollywood: An Anthology of Short Horror Fiction Set in Tinseltown Written by Hollywood Genre Professionals

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Overview

An anthology of short horror fiction set in Tinseltown and written by Hollywood genre professionals.

A screenwriter pays a ghastly price for inspiration--and begs for more... A director looking for fresh-faced talent finds more than he bargained for... A legendary diva will sacrifice anything for fame and glory... A TV personality discovers the twisted truth behind his co-star's impossible celebrity scoops... A bizarre film by an unknown writer brings bloody chaos to everyone who screens it... A mail-room clerk finds out just what kind of guts it takes to become a top talent agent... These and many other stories will take readers on a blood-soaked trip through a nightmare version of Tinseltown.

Vampiric producers, ghostly actors, psychotic limousine drivers, murderous stunt men and more haunt the streets and back lots of Hollywood in Big time Books' debut release, "Hell Comes To Hollywood", a horror anthology featuring twenty original horror and suspense stories set in the heart of show business, and written by veteran movie and television professionals.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940014675031
Publisher: Big Time Books
Publication date: 06/22/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 332
File size: 698 KB

About the Author

Publisher and Editor Eric Miller has been working in the movie business for over twenty years as a screenwriter, producer, and many other fun jobs. His produced horror scripts include “Ice Spiders”, “Night Skies” and “Mask Maker”. He has worked on numerous horror films over the years, and is proud of the untold gallons of fake blood he has helped spill. In his spare time he reads, writes, and watches movies of all kinds- especially romantic comedies.

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