Friday, August 12, 2016

All Night Terror by Adam Cesare & Matt Serafini [4.5 stars]

From the Description
You’re invited to experience ALL NIGHT TERROR. Don't look for help, your weaker friends will be too scared to attend, but you’re in for the nightmare of your life.

Sit down in front of the TV and prepare for a late-night odyssey of wicked shocks as a horror movie marathon becomes a bloodbath before your very eyes. It starts when a disgruntled cable host seizes control of a television station, determined to give his viewers an evening they won’t soon forget. One where monsters of all shapes and sizes rise up against mankind. One where deranged killers prowl the night for a variety of victims. And one where cinema itself haunts its creators and creations.

Join modern horror stars Adam Cesare (Tribesmen, Zero Lives Remaining) and Matt Serafini (Feral, Island Red) as they bring you ten tales of fear that will have you shivering between the pages.

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Publication Date: July 15, 2016

Publisher: Sinister Grin Press

Publication Length: 144 pages

I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This is in no way reflected in my opinion of these stories. If you are a member of the media or a blogger that wishes to review All-Night Terror or to feature Matt or Adam, contact Erin Al-Mehairi, publicity and marketing, Sinister Grin Press, at

All Night Terror is a collection of short stories presented as a late night horror show. If you were lucky enough to grow up in the 80's and are a horror fan you know the joys of the late night horror host. All Night Terror brings you back to those cheesy yet wonderful days with horrific results. The intermissions are reminiscent of Creepshow or Tales From The Darkside, telling a great horror story as a backdrop for the other tales in this collection. My favorite stories were: Savior Girl In Philly Hell, I absolutely LOVED this story! I would devour books set in this world. Bringing Down The Giants was tons of fun to read and seriously creepy. War Of The Cryptid was pure Kaiju goodness. Incident At Night combined two of my favorite horror tropes into one fantastic story. The Executioner's Wish was a kickass story full of bloody and fiery goodness. Adam Cesare and Matt Serafini have knocked it out of the park with this book! A highly recommended 4.5 star read.

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About the Authors

Adam Cesare

Adam Cesare’s list of books include Zero Lives Remaining, The First One You Expect, Video Night, The Summer Job, Mercy House and Tribesmen. He writes a monthly column exploring horror fiction and film for Cemetery Dance Online. He lives in Philadelphia and can be found at, where he’s giving away a free e-book if you sign up for his mailing list. You can also find him on Facebook , Twitter , and GoodReads

Matt Serafini

Matt Serafini is the author of Island Red, Devil’s Row, Under the Blade and Feral. He’s a columnist for Dread Central, and has formerly contributed to Bloody-Disgusting, Fangoria and Shock Till You Drop. He lives in Central Massachusetts with his wife and son where he spends way too much time tracking down obscure slasher movies. Find him at You can also find him on Facebook , Twitter , and GoodReads