The vampire movie came first - the girl died in a welter of blood as the vampire bit clean through her jugular.
Then came the spider film, followed by the story of the axeman.
This was a horror movie series to end them all. The action seemed real, but it couldn't be - could it?
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 352 pages
- Publisher: Headline Publishing Group
- Publication Date: 10/06/1993
- Category: Horror & ghost stories
- ISBN: 9780747235811
- Paperback from £7.85
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Review by Bridgey
Out are the Lights - Richard Laymon ***Not the best Richard Laymon I have read, to be honest if this was the first book of his I picked up it would possibly be the last.The plot is relatively simple, a horror film producer lures unsuspecting teens into dangerous situations that results in their death. The onslaught is filmed and released in another state.as with a number of Laymons offerings there are 2 plots that merge together at the end, expect plenty of sex and splattering gore, just not a particularly great read.Try Island or Beast house as an introduction.
Review by Marlene-NL
The first story is a long one. I really liked that one except for the end. It could have been better. The shorter stories which I normally like were a bit of a disappointment, but all in all a good book again. <br/>3.5 stars