It's time again for "Perez's Picks" where our editor Ramiro Perez discusses great new releases. Today: The Father of Flesh, by Nicholas Paschall.
The Father of Flesh is 50% Indiana Jones, 50% H.P. Lovecraft, and 100% horror.
Ancient evil befalls a rural Chinese village. The town is overrun by mass of skin that devours houses and people. Professor Nickels, occultist & archaeologist, is called in to investigate the otherworldly horror. He's no stranger to the paranormal, having spent a lifetime battling monsters from beyond human understanding. But age is catching up to the old professor, and this new threat is bigger than anything he's ever faced. With two graduate students & Chinese military, he sets off to thwart ancient menace before it engulfs the world.
Add to the mix exotic locales, globe-hopping adventure, a smattering of magic, and you have the makings for a blockbuster horror adventure.
Paschall knows horror. When it comes to satisfying scares, The Father of Flesh delivers.
Check out his website at: www.nickronomicon.com.