"A wonderful mix of plot, character, and pure unabashed gore. Highly recommended to gore hounds, zombie fans, and even fans of good old fashioned murder mysteries."
--HorrorNews.net on Zombies and Power Tools
"This had all I could hope for in a horrific read; blood, gore, scares, suspense, and most importantly, depth of character."
--The World of Horror.com on Ashes in Her Eyes
"Macabre and unbelievable...and it also made me think. 4 1/2 stars."
--Horror and Fantasy Book Review on The Body Cartel
Andy Ryerson, a film school graduate, has been hired to write commentary on two dozen cheap, b-horror movies. It seems harmless enough, and he might even enjoy it. But the people in the town around him won’t enjoy it at all when one by one, the films he watches come to life. Andy chose the wrong projector to screen his movies. This one is out for blood. While Andy grumbles about low budgets and poor production values, a hungry butcher, a plague of rotting zombies, demonic vampires, a mallet-toting killer, flesh-eating locusts, and many other terrors descend on the unsuspecting innocent. By the time he realizes what he’s done, the town is teeming with evil, and it’s up to Andy and the few survivors left to stop the celluloid horror he’s unleashed.