Horror Bites Magazine #7 -- Devlish Dogs, Deadly Dissociation, and Killer Costumes
Horror Bites Magazine is an online horror magazine. In each issue of Horror Bites Magazine, we cover the spread of horror found in the web’s darkest nooks and crannies, from creepypasta to creature features, all of the way to fiction almost too weird to be called horror.
Fully funded by horror lovers around the web via Kickstarter and Patreon, this issue brings you excellent horror by, James Gallagher, Em Leonard, Kevin M. Folliard, Clark Roberts, Paul Stansfield, Ken Goldman, Erik Bergholm and Eric Neher. Guest Editing by Walker Kornfeld.
Feature story and podcast interview by the awesome team over at Maeltopia.
In this issue, 9 stories covering:
-At a Halloween night sleepover, a group of young girls experiments with a well known urban legend. As it turns out, no matter how good your costume is, Bloody Mary does not appreciate pretenders.
-When a man’s deadbeat father passes away, the son is left with a key to a false compartment in the family cabin. What lies inside is more than just the dying regrets of a penniless man, but something more… personal.
-The best costumes truly turn you into something else, but when the family of two young children
-While art is sometimes said to have a soul of its own, the “Living Art” scene takes this to its extreme. Yet when humiliation and mutilation become an art form, things are bound to get messy.
-As a man becomes more and more dissociated with his environment, he gets summoned into a meeting with his boss. This assignment is of a different, more deadly kind.