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Check out the trailer to Brian Keene’s GHOUL!

Chiller has posted the trailer for their upcoming adaptation of Brian Keene’s GHOUL. Click here to check it out!

Also make sure to read the book, just recently reprinted from Deadite Press!

There is something in the local cemetery that comes out at night. Something that is unearthing corpses and killing people. It’s the summer of 1984 and Timmy and his friends are looking forward to no school, comic books, and adventure. But instead they will be fighting for their lives. The ghoul has smelled their blood and it is after them.

But that’s not the only monster they will face this summer . . .

From award-winning horror master Brian Keene comes a novel of monsters, murder, and the loss of innocence.

Click here to buy!

3 responses

  1. marvin bernstein

    I read this book, Ghoul, when it was released. I have read everything Brian Keene has written that I have been able to find. Read The Rising and Terminal twice.
    I think you may be making a mistake in charging so much for books. I don’t think the horror genre is limited; it is large and international. I am not going to pay 25 to 40 for a book. In this day of kindle, nook, and downloads that is poor business.
    I realize Mr. Keene and others were cheated by Leisure Books, but by raising the price it does not mean that people will buy. Because Leisure Books cheated their authors the general public who waited for horror books to arrive-and some westerns are now forced to pay too much for books by their favorite authors.

    February 23, 2012 at 9:36 pm

    • Jeff Burk

      The most expensive DEADITE PRESS book has been priced at 12.95. Most of our books are 7.95 to 10.95. Sadly, that’s the lowest we can price a paperback being a small press. We do what we can to keep the prices low.

      April 16, 2012 at 7:07 pm

  2. marvin bernstein

    I don’t have Chiller channel but will watch film when it comes out on DVD etc. However, I just do not see how a TV production can do justice to Brian Keene. His work is dark and in watching the trailer I saw pastels, reds, blues, and other bright colors-Brian Keene is dark and sarcastic and not technicolor.
    If a cameraman had a suggestion for the director it would be ‘dark, dark and darker’.
    Again I miss Brian Keene’s books. Can’t even find anything at Powells Books.

    February 23, 2012 at 9:45 pm

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