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Comet Press presents the ultimate collection of extreme creature horror with 17 deviant and gore-soaked stories featuring demons, cannibals, mutants, golems, werewolves, and many more vile creatures. Brace yourself for a wild and bestial ride in these disturbing tales of Sick Things. Over-endowed aliens invade earth with one purpose: to mate with human females. A filmmaker Comet Press presents the ultimate collection of extreme creature horror with 17 deviant and gore-soaked stories featuring demons, cannibals, mutants, golems, werewolves, and many more vile creatures. Brace yourself for a wild and bestial ride in these disturbing tales of Sick Things. Over-endowed aliens invade earth with one purpose: to mate with human females. A filmmaker documents a devil worshipping blood cult--and becomes the main subject. A farmer with an unnatural affection for his livestock gets a special gift when his wife is bitten by a werewolf. An employee finds his new boss sexy and attractive--and so do the flys. An obese, bed-ridden woman is given a pill to help her lose weight, with gag-inducing consequences. Pissed off, flesh-eating cows take over a dairy farm. A musician returns from the dead to avenge his wife's murder, with the help of a mysterious black possum. The Allies find a secret weapon: a monstrous blob with an insatiable appetite for dead human flesh. A chef creates his ultimate dish: an anatomically correct golem made out of leftovers. A mythical demon preys on unsuspecting college girls. A morbid, mouth-watering retelling of Hansel and Gretel. And many more!


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Comet Press presents the ultimate collection of extreme creature horror with 17 deviant and gore-soaked stories featuring demons, cannibals, mutants, golems, werewolves, and many more vile creatures. Brace yourself for a wild and bestial ride in these disturbing tales of Sick Things. Over-endowed aliens invade earth with one purpose: to mate with human females. A filmmaker Comet Press presents the ultimate collection of extreme creature horror with 17 deviant and gore-soaked stories featuring demons, cannibals, mutants, golems, werewolves, and many more vile creatures. Brace yourself for a wild and bestial ride in these disturbing tales of Sick Things. Over-endowed aliens invade earth with one purpose: to mate with human females. A filmmaker documents a devil worshipping blood cult--and becomes the main subject. A farmer with an unnatural affection for his livestock gets a special gift when his wife is bitten by a werewolf. An employee finds his new boss sexy and attractive--and so do the flys. An obese, bed-ridden woman is given a pill to help her lose weight, with gag-inducing consequences. Pissed off, flesh-eating cows take over a dairy farm. A musician returns from the dead to avenge his wife's murder, with the help of a mysterious black possum. The Allies find a secret weapon: a monstrous blob with an insatiable appetite for dead human flesh. A chef creates his ultimate dish: an anatomically correct golem made out of leftovers. A mythical demon preys on unsuspecting college girls. A morbid, mouth-watering retelling of Hansel and Gretel. And many more!

53 review for Sick Things: Extreme Creature Horror

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lostaccount

    What I really love about this book is how great the writing is. There isn't a story in it that's (IMHO) badly written and there is some dark stuff in here. I'm not a fan of the gross-out horror but there were enough intelligent stories in here for me. When you read stuff like this it makes you realise how badly written all those celebrity books are whether ghost-written or not. The writers here are the real deal, working from the ground up. I'll definitely be looking up some of these writers to What I really love about this book is how great the writing is. There isn't a story in it that's (IMHO) badly written and there is some dark stuff in here. I'm not a fan of the gross-out horror but there were enough intelligent stories in here for me. When you read stuff like this it makes you realise how badly written all those celebrity books are whether ghost-written or not. The writers here are the real deal, working from the ground up. I'll definitely be looking up some of these writers to read more of their stuff. Brilliant.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Peter Bird

    Not a big fan of the short story format. However, this selection was mostly readable. I must confess I did skim through this volume a lot quicker than I should have. A lot of that has to do with it being an eBook. Never did quite master the art of reading for pleasure on one of those things.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Nikolas Robinson

    This is a fantastic and eclectic collection of work from arguably some of the best short fiction writers I've come across. This is a fantastic and eclectic collection of work from arguably some of the best short fiction writers I've come across.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Russell

    First off, hands up, I'm in this one. Now, followers of my reviews may be getting ready to pounce with cries of "You always say you're 100% impartial!" And I have to agree. This is a review of a book I read as reader, not a plug. So to get it out of the way: Sick Things contains my story Heat, and that is all I'm going to mention in regards to it. I'm going to look at the antho as a whole and pick out some selected stories. This Is My Body by Lawrence Conquest is the third story in the book, and is First off, hands up, I'm in this one. Now, followers of my reviews may be getting ready to pounce with cries of "You always say you're 100% impartial!" And I have to agree. This is a review of a book I read as reader, not a plug. So to get it out of the way: Sick Things contains my story Heat, and that is all I'm going to mention in regards to it. I'm going to look at the antho as a whole and pick out some selected stories. This Is My Body by Lawrence Conquest is the third story in the book, and is the one I found to start tugging on those low stomach muscles. The new accountant of a failing TV station has to find ways to reduce expenditure, and zones in on the cafeteria. Why is the chef wasting so much money on food that ultimately never gets eaten? He's about to find out as he confronts the chef after hours. It takes a subgenre in a new direction, and manages to disgust without piling on the gore. Acceptable Losses by Simon Wood. I've read some reviews that trumpet this as the jewel in the crown of this sick anthology. As much as I hate to go with the flow, I have to agree. Wood handles his story with sensitivity and quite alot of maturity. The gore is there, but the setting makes it feel more real than most of the other stories in the collection. A crew is sent to the war-splattered beaches in WW2 to collect what remains of their fellow soldiers after failed missions. The bullet ravaged bodies are taken back to their carrier ship. The fallen soldiers are about to give a lot more to the war effort than just their lives. Betty and the Cambion by Ralph Greco Jr is an odd little story. A little out of place in an extreme creature anthology (it has a creature, but it's on the light side for gore and shocks) Greco takes us into an abandoned house on a college campus, where female students for years have visited as part of a ritual. They enter the room at the end of the corridor, close the door and can remember nothing more, apart from the feeling of being...filled. A surprisingly sexy and phallic story, while a little out of place, can still be considered deviant...and very enjoyable! Evil, Bent and Candy-Sweet by Tim Curran not only has the best title, but plays with our familiarity and pushes it further. Simply put, this is a retelling of the Brothers Grim story, Hansel and Gretal...but for grown ups! Dreamlike and visceral, this has defintely got to be a favourite. Yes, a few stories don't quite hit the mark, be it with a telegraphed ending or light premise, but every story was at least decent. I didn't read one stinker in here, and as a collection as a whole, I found it solid and entertaining. It would have got an extra star if the stories were more extreme (ah, contradiction! I'm going to briefly mention Heat, which, I'll admit, could have been more extreme itself, but at least I hope it's an entertaining read). The cover looks damn sexy too. I think if you're a horror antho fan, this is a worthy buy. With so many small presses putting out so many horror anthologies... I could name a few offenders that churn out garbage every month. Comet Press oozes quality. Some of the stories here simply ooze (in a good way!). Other reviews of this book can be found at Fangoria, Toxic Graveyard and Fatally Yours.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Monster

    Sick Things is a collection of 17 stories of parasites, aliens, demons, insects, and many other nasty critters, and offers up a bit of something for any fan of monster mayhem. The stories range from grotesque to downright hilarious, with a nice blend of different creatures to keep things from getting bogged down. As with most anthologies, there are a few weak links, but the majority of work here is strong. Highlights include "Hunger Pangs" by Matt Kurtz, in which a diet pill from south of the b Sick Things is a collection of 17 stories of parasites, aliens, demons, insects, and many other nasty critters, and offers up a bit of something for any fan of monster mayhem. The stories range from grotesque to downright hilarious, with a nice blend of different creatures to keep things from getting bogged down. As with most anthologies, there are a few weak links, but the majority of work here is strong. Highlights include "Hunger Pangs" by Matt Kurtz, in which a diet pill from south of the border brings weight loss with extreme consequences; “Evil, Bent, and Candy-Sweet” by Tim Curran, a horrifying new take on “Hansel and Gretel”, "Fly On The Wall" by Stephanie Bedwell-Grime, which asks the question “Could you love a woman with a strange affinity for flies”? Finally, easily my favorite story in the bunch, “Jimmy Sticks and the Outlaw Critter of Doom” by Michael Boatman is a positively gut-bustingly funny and gross take on the Crow comics and movies. Only, this time it's a back possum, not a bird. The one real problem I have is the use of the word Extreme in the title. Maybe I'm jaded from reading lots of Edward Lee, Wrath James White, Richard Laymon, and Jack Ketchum, but, to me, only two stories come close to anything I would consider extreme. That's not to say this isn't a very good collection; just don't expect the over-the-top sex and gore usually associated with the masters of extreme horror. Sick Things is a well-rounded anthology that I recommend for libraries and fans of good creature terror. Contains: Strong language, some extreme violence, sexual situations. Reviewed by: Erik Smith

  6. 5 out of 5

    Marc

    The title says it all. About the strangest anthologiy ever. SUPER WEIRD and SUPER GORY! A great freak yourself out summer read. From horny zombies to a talking a black opossum who helps a man get his bloody (and deserved) revenge....this book is a smutty and cartoonishly violent amusement park ride! Highly recommended for those with thick skin and a taste for the distasteful.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Billy

    All the stories are great in this volume, with some that provided deeper meanings than you get from most horror stories that just set out to paint horrific situations.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sherie

    I really enjoyed this, it's sick, but great! I really enjoyed this, it's sick, but great!

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    Billy

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    The Rock

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    Eric

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    Tater

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    Matt Rojo Ruilova

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    Michael

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    Sandy

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    shaun melville

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    Dorothy Lee

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    J.J. Nordman

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    Kelsey

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    Albert

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    Kevin

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    Kevin

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    Jeffrey Hale

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    Ksenia

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    Jacen

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    Melissa Brite

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    Jonathan Sergotick

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    Jarod Barbee

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    Kathleen

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    Patty Ward

  51. 4 out of 5

    christopher russin

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    Mommacat

  53. 4 out of 5

    Mark Monastyrski

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