Please step inside the May December Multiplex!
Check out any of our seventeen screens for tales that will titllate, tease, and terrify. Lesbian zombies? We got ’em! Along with vampires, werewolves, swamp creatures and a host of other nasty beasties. Inside, you will find the first B-Movie Horror Story written for geology junkies!* Yes, come in and enjoy the show. And the best part is…your ticket is good for every screen! No need to sneak from one theater to the next…it is ALL included in the price of admission!
Hurry and find your seat, the show will start as soon as you are ready!
*We base this claim on nothing more than our own best guess. It has no basis in fact and may be an outright lie!
This anthology contains A Golem in Ozone Park starring Jim Sylvestry,
The Lure starring Chantal Boudreau,
A Zinger Must Die starring David Perlmuter,
The Pit starring Terry Alexander,
The Spine-Tingling Tale of the Crystal Golem starring Tom Ribas,
Just the Two of Us starring Anthony Bell,
The Fish Boy starring Eric Dimbleby,
And the Dark Growls Back starring Aaron Dries,
Visitor starring Kelley Kombrinck,
Frightening Cliches starring Bennie Newsome,
Dead Planet starring Ryan Hillis,
Hayride starring Joseph A Polega,
Fish Out of Water starring Carl Barker,
From Rebirth to Reburial starring M.W. Williamson,
North starring MJ Wesolowski,
Revenge of the Zombie Pussy Eater starring Craig Wallwork, and
Keeping it Together starring DK Mok
“Midnight Movie Creature Feature” is a pretty excellent cross-section of monster-themed stories courtesy of May December Publications. Most stories range from B-movie camp to full-out gore, but there’s something for everyone here. Small press edit errors aside, this is a pretty well-packaged and thick volume of varied tales of schlock and suspense.Stand-outs for me:1) DK Mok’s “Keeping it Together”: Funny and poignant tale of a zombie pizza boy.2) Aaron Dries’ “And the Dark Growls Back”: Genuinely excellent character study, peppered with true gore and suspense.
3) Kelly Kombrinck’s “The Vistor”: Another good fusion of well-developed characters, realistic narrative and eerie chills.
4) Chantal Boudreau’s “The Lure”: Brutally, beautifully simple and somber Man v. Fish tale.
5) Tom Ribas’ “The Spine-Tingling Tale of the Crystal Golem”: It takes a few pages to realize that this is deftly-delivered camp and not just the work of a madman.
6) Bennie Newsome’s “Frightening Cliches”: Amusing and creepy meta monster moshpit.
7) Joseph A. Polega’s “Hayride”: Did not see that gruesome little twist coming whatsoever.
8) Craig Wallwork’s “Revenge of the Zombie Pussy Eaters”: Great use of pithy wordplay and some sickening gore leads to a surprisingly touching close.
I can go on… M.W. Williamson and MJ Wesolowski’s contributions were also top notch. Basically, wherever you fall on the Taste Spectrum, you’re coming away with a new favorite short story when you’re done with this anthology.