The Cutting Room

The Cutting Room I was excited to find this anthology up for review at Net Galley I m still very new over there, and I figured that there couldn t possibly be a better pick for me to request I have loved anthologies like this since I was a kid I cut my teeth on the likes of Dennis Etchison, Graham Masterton, Harlan Ellison and Dougles E Winter and I ve read a number of anthologies edited by Ellen Datlow Unfortunately, of the twenty three tales within, there were only 7 that rated 4 stars or above with me.In this collection, the stories are loosely connected by film To be clear, not all of these stories are horror or dark fiction, which was fine It s just that a lot of them didn t resonate with me I will briefly mention the tales that I thought worked well Cuts by F Paul Wilson Who doesn t like a fun voodoo story now and then each thing I show you is a piece of my death by Gemma Files and Stephen J Barringer A nice creepy piece about a guy showing up in films.She Drives the Men to Crimes of Passion by Genevieve Valentine It seems that I have a thing going for stories with birds lately, and this one was super cool.The Onlookers by Gary Braunbeck Perceive and be perceived.Ardor by Laird Barron There was a dreamy feel to this Alaskan tale.Even the Pawn by Joel Lane I thought this story kicked ass It was a sad one though, about sex slaves.The Tenderizer by Stephen Graham Jones This story was a tough one to read, but it touched me.Overall this was a jam packed collection, but it left me slightly disappointed Perhaps it s because I expect a lot from any anthology edited by Ellen Datlow Perhaps I wasn t quite in the right mood for most of these tales I don t know for sure, I can only say how this collection made me feel While the collection was no doubt full of well written tales, most of them just didn t work for me I received this eARC free from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review This is it Find this review and others like it at Horrorafterdark.com I was excited to find this anthology up for review at Net Galley I m still very new over there, and I figured that there couldn t possibly be a better pick for me to request I have loved anthologies like this since I was a kid I cut my teeth on the likes of Dennis Etchison, Graham Masterton, Harlan Ellison and Dougles E Winter and I ve read a number of anthologies edited by Ellen Datlow Unfortunately, of the twenty three tales within, there were only 7 that rated 4 stars or above with me.In this collection, the stories are loosely connected by film To be clear, not all of these stories are horror or dark fiction, which was fine It s just that a lot of them didn t resonate with me I will briefly mention the tales that I thought worked well Cuts by F Paul Wilson Who doesn t like a fun voodoo story now and then each thing I show you is a piece of my death by Gemma Files and Stephen J Barringer A nice creepy piece about a guy showing up in films.She Drives the Men to Crimes of Passion by Genevieve Valentine It seems that I have a thing going for stories with birds lately, and this one was super cool.The Onlookers by Gary Braunbeck Perceive and be perceived.Ardor by Laird Barron There was a dreamy feel to this Alaskan tale.Even the Pawn by Joel Lane I thought this story kicked ass It was a sad one though, about sex slaves.The Tenderizer by Stephen Graham Jones This story was a tough one to read, but it touched me.Overall this was a jam packed collection, but it left me slightly disappointed Perhaps it s because I expect a lot from any anthology edited by Ellen Datlow Perhaps I wasn t quite in the right mood for most of these tales I don t know for sure, I can only say how this collection made me feel While the collection was no doubt full of well written tales, most of them just didn t work for me I received this eARC free from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review This is it Find this review and others like it at Horrorafterdark.com I was excited to find this anthology up for review at Net Galley I m still very new over there, and I figured that there couldn t possibly be a better pick for me to request I have loved anthologies like this since I was a kid I cut my teeth on the likes of Dennis Etchison, Graham Masterton, Harlan Ellison and Dougles E Winter and I ve read a number of anthologies edited by Ellen Datlow Unfortunately, of the twenty three tales within, there were only 7 that rated 4 stars or above with me.In this collection, the stories are loosely connected by film To be clear, not all of these stories are horror or dark fiction, which was fine It s just that a lot of them didn t resonate with me I will briefly mention the tales that I thought worked well Cuts by F Paul Wilson Who doesn t like a fun voodoo story now and then each thing I show you is a piece of my death by Gemma Files and Stephen J Barringer A nice creepy piece about a guy showing up in films.She Drives the Men to Crimes of Passion by Genevieve Valentine It seems that I have a thing going for stories with birds lately, and this one was super cool.The Onlookers by Gary Braunbeck Perceive and be perceived.Ardor by Laird Barron There was a dreamy feel to this Alaskan tale.Even the Pawn by Joel Lane I thought this story kicked ass It was a sad one though, about sex slaves.The Tenderizer by Stephen Graham Jones This story was a tough one to read, but it touched me.Overall this was a jam packed collection, but it left me slightly disappointed Perhaps it s because I expect a lot from any anthology edited by Ellen Datlow Perhaps I wasn t quite in the right mood for most of these tales I don t know for sure, I can only say how this collection made me feel While the collection was no doubt full of well written tales, most of them just didn t work for me I received this eARC free from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review This is it Find this review and others like it at Horrorafterdark.com I was excited to find this anthology up for review at Net Galley I m still very new over there, and I figured that there couldn t possibly be a better pick for me to request I have loved anthologies like this since I was a kid I cut my teeth on the likes of Dennis Etchison, Graham Masterton, Harlan Ellison and Dougles E Winter and I ve read a number of anthologies edited by Ellen Datlow Unfortunately, of the twenty three tales within, there were only 7 that rated 4 stars or above with me.In this collection, the stories are loosely connected by film To be clear, not all of these stories are horror or dark fiction, which was fine It s just that a lot of them didn t resonate with me I will briefly mention the tales that I thought worked well Cuts by F Paul Wilson Who doesn t like a fun voodoo story now and then each thing I show you is a piece of my death by Gemma Files and Stephen J Barringer A nice creepy piece about a guy showing up in films.She Drives the Men to Crimes of Passion by Genevieve Valentine It seems that I have a thing going for stories with birds lately, and this one was super cool.The Onlookers by Gary Braunbeck Perceive and be perceived.Ardor by Laird Barron There was a dreamy feel to this Alaskan tale.Even the Pawn by Joel Lane I thought this story kicked ass It was a sad one though, about sex slaves.The Tenderizer by Stephen Graham Jones This story was a tough one to read, but it touched me.Overall this was a jam packed collection, but it left me slightly disappointed Perhaps it s because I expect a lot from any anthology edited by Ellen Datlow Perhaps I wasn t quite in the right mood for most of these tales I don t know for sure, I can only say how this collection made me feel While the collection was no doubt full of well written tales, most of them just didn t work for me I received this eARC free from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review This is it Find this review and others like it at Horrorafterdark.com I was excited to find this anthology up for review at Net Galley I m still very new over there, and I figured that there couldn t possibly be a better pick for me to request I have loved anthologies like this since I was a kid I cut my teeth on the likes of Dennis Etchison, Graham Masterton, Harlan Ellison and Dougles E Winter and I ve read a number of anthologies edited by Ellen Datlow Unfortunately, of the twenty three tales within, there were only 7 that rated 4 stars or above with me.In this collection, the stories are loosely connected by film To be clear, not all of these stories are horror or dark fiction, which was fine It s just that a lot of them didn t resonate with me I will briefly mention the tales that I thought worked well Cuts by F Paul Wilson Who doesn t like a fun voodoo story now and then each thing I show you is a piece of my death by Gemma Files and Stephen J Barringer A nice creepy piece about a guy showing up in films.She Drives the Men to Crimes of Passion by Genevieve Valentine It seems that I have a thing going for stories with birds lately, and this one was super cool.The Onlookers by Gary Braunbeck Perceive and be perceived.Ardor by Laird Barron There was a dreamy feel to this Alaskan tale.Even the Pawn by Joel Lane I thought this story kicked ass It was a sad one though, about sex slaves.The Tenderizer by Stephen Graham Jones This story was a tough one to read, but it touched me.Overall this was a jam packed collection, but it left me slightly disappointed Perhaps it s because I expect a lot from any anthology edited by Ellen Datlow Perhaps I wasn t quite in the right mood for most of these tales I don t know for sure, I can only say how this collection made me feel While the collection was no doubt full of well written tales, most of them just didn t work for me I received this eARC free from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review This is it Find this review and others like it at Horrorafterdark.com I was excited to find this anthology up for review at Net Galley I m still very new over there, and I figured that there couldn t possibly be a better pick for me to request I have loved anthologies like this since I was a kid I cut my teeth on the likes of Dennis Etchison, Graham Masterton, Harlan Ellison and Dougles E Winter and I ve read a number of anthologies edited by Ellen Datlow Unfortunately, of the twenty three tales within, there were only 7 that rated 4 stars or above with me.In this collection, the stories are loosely connected by film To be clear, not all of these stories are horror or dark fiction, which was fine It s just that a lot of them didn t resonate with me I will briefly mention the tales that I thought worked well Cuts by F Paul Wilson Who doesn t like a fun voodoo story now and then each thing I show you is a piece of my death by Gemma Files and Stephen J Barringer A nice creepy piece about a guy showing up in films.She Drives the Men to Crimes of Passion by Genevieve Valentine It seems that I have a thing going for stories with birds lately, and this one was super cool.The Onlookers by Gary Braunbeck Perceive and be perceived.Ardor by Laird Barron There was a dreamy feel to this Alaskan tale.Even the Pawn by Joel Lane I thought this story kicked ass It was a sad one though, about sex slaves.The Tenderizer by Stephen Graham Jones This story was a tough one to read, but it touched me.Overall this was a jam packed collection, but it left me slightly disappointed Perhaps it s because I expect a lot from any anthology edited by Ellen Datlow Perhaps I wasn t quite in the right mood for most of these tales I don t know for sure, I can only say how this collection made me feel While the collection was no doubt full of well written tales, most of them just didn t work for me I received this eARC free from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review This is it Find this review and others like it at Horrorafterdark.com I was excited to find this anthology up for review at Net Galley I m still very new over there, and I figured that there couldn t possibly be a better pick for me to request I have loved anthologies like this since I was a kid I cut my teeth on the likes of Dennis Etchison, Graham Masterton, Harlan Ellison and Dougles E Winter and I ve read a number of anthologies edited by Ellen Datlow Unfortunately, of the twenty three tales within, there were only 7 that rated 4 stars or above with me.In this collection, the stories are loosely connected by film To be clear, not all of these stories are horror or dark fiction, which was fine It s just that a lot of them didn t resonate with me I will briefly mention the tales that I thought worked well Cuts by F Paul Wilson Who doesn t like a fun voodoo story now and then each thing I show you is a piece of my death by Gemma Files and Stephen J Barringer A nice creepy piece about a guy showing up in films.She Drives the Men to Crimes of Passion by Genevieve Valentine It seems that I have a thing going for stories with birds lately, and this one was super cool.The Onlookers by Gary Braunbeck Perceive and be perceived.Ardor by Laird Barron There was a dreamy feel to this Alaskan tale.Even the Pawn by Joel Lane I thought this story kicked ass It was a sad one though, about sex slaves.The Tenderizer by Stephen Graham Jones This story was a tough one to read, but it touched me.Overall this was a jam packed collection, but it left me slightly disappointed Perhaps it s because I expect a lot from any anthology edited by Ellen Datlow Perhaps I wasn t quite in the right mood for most of these tales I don t know for sure, I can only say how this collection made me feel While the collection was no doubt full of well written tales, most of them just didn t work for me I received this eARC free from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review This is it Find this review and others like it at Horrorafterdark.com I was excited to find this anthology up for review at Net Galley I m still very new over there, and I figured that there couldn t possibly be a better pick for me to request I have loved anthologies like this since I was a kid I cut my teeth on the likes of Dennis Etchison, Graham Masterton, Harlan Ellison and Dougles E Winter and I ve read a number of anthologies edited by Ellen Datlow Unfortunately, of the twenty three tales within, there were only 7 that rated 4 stars or above with me.In this collection, the stories are loosely connected by film To be clear, not all of these stories are horror or dark fiction, which was fine It s just that a lot of them didn t resonate with me I will briefly mention the tales that I thought worked well Cuts by F Paul Wilson Who doesn t like a fun voodoo story now and then each thing I show you is a piece of my death by Gemma Files and Stephen J Barringer A nice creepy piece about a guy showing up in films.She Drives the Men to Crimes of Passion by Genevieve Valentine It seems that I have a thing going for stories with birds lately, and this one was super cool.The Onlookers by Gary Braunbeck Perceive and be perceived.Ardor by Laird Barron There was a dreamy feel to this Alaskan tale.Even the Pawn by Joel Lane I thought this story kicked ass It was a sad one though, about sex slaves.The Tenderizer by Stephen Graham Jones This story was a tough one to read, but it touched me.Overall this was a jam packed collection, but it left me slightly disappointed Perhaps it s because I expect a lot from any anthology edited by Ellen Datlow Perhaps I wasn t quite in the right mood for most of these tales I don t know for sure, I can only say how this collection made me feel While the collection was no doubt full of well written tales, most of them just didn t work for me I received this eARC free from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review This is it Find this review and others like it at Horrorafterdark.com I was excited to find this anthology up for review at Net Galley I m still very new over there, and I figured that there couldn t possibly be a better pick for me to request I have loved anthologies like this since I was a kid I cut my teeth on the likes of Dennis Etchison, Graham Masterton, Harlan Ellison and Dougles E Winter and I ve read a number of anthologies edited by Ellen Datlow Unfortunately, of the twenty three tales within, there were only 7 that rated 4 stars or above with me.In this collection, the stories are loosely connected by film To be clear, not all of these stories are horror or dark fiction, which was fine It s just that a lot of them didn t resonate with me I will briefly mention the tales that I thought worked well Cuts by F Paul Wilson Who doesn t like a fun voodoo story now and then each thing I show you is a piece of my death by Gemma Files and Stephen J Barringer A nice creepy piece about a guy showing up in films.She Drives the Men to Crimes of Passion by Genevieve Valentine It seems that I have a thing going for stories with birds lately, and this one was super cool.The Onlookers by Gary Braunbeck Perceive and be perceived.Ardor by Laird Barron There was a dreamy feel to this Alaskan tale.Even the Pawn by Joel Lane I thought this story kicked ass It was a sad one though, about sex slaves.The Tenderizer by Stephen Graham Jones This story was a tough one to read, but it touched me.Overall this was a jam packed collection, but it left me slightly disappointed Perhaps it s because I expect a lot from any anthology edited by Ellen Datlow Perhaps I wasn t quite in the right mood for most of these tales I don t know for sure, I can only say how this collection made me feel While the collection was no doubt full of well written tales, most of them just didn t work for me I received this eARC free from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review This is it Find this review and others like it at Horrorafterdark.com The Credits Have Rolled, But The Lights Are Still Off Something Is Lurking On The Other Side Of The Screen There Are Dark Secrets, Starving Monsters, And Haunted Survivors Who Refuse To Be Left On The Cutting Room Floor But That S Okay, Right After All, Everybody Loves The Movies Here Are Twenty Three Terrifying Tales, Dark Reflections Of The Silver Screen From Both Sides Of The Camera James Dean Gets A Second Chance At Life And Death The Wicked Witch Is Out Of Oz And She S Made Some Unlucky Friends When God Decides Reality Needs An Editor, What And Who Gets Cut These Award Winning, Bestselling Authors Will Take You To The Darkest Depths Of The Theater And BeyondTABLE OF CONTENTSIntroduction By Genevieve Valentine Preface By Ellen Datlow The Cutter By Edward Bryant The Hanged Man Of Oz By Steve Nagy Deadspace By Dennis Etchison Cuts By F Paul Wilson Final Girl Theory By A C Wise Lapland, Or Film Noir By Peter Straub The Thousand Cuts By Ian Watson Occam S Ducks By Howard Waldrop Dead Image By David Morrell The Constantinople Archives By Robert Shearman Each Thing I Show You Is A Piece Of My Death By Gemma Files Stephen J Barringer Cinder Images By Gary McMahon The Pied Piper Of Hammersmith By Nicholas Royle Filming The Making Of The Film Of The Making Of Fitzcarraldo By Garry Kilworth Onlookers By Gary A Braunbeck Recreation By Lucy Snyder Bright Lights, Big Zombie By Douglas E Winter She Drives The Men To Crimes Of Passion By Genevieve Valentine Even The Pawn By Joel Lane Tenderizer By Stephen Graham Jones Ardor By Laird Barron Final Girl II The Frame By Daphne Gottlieb Illimitable Dominion By Kim Newman

Ellen Datlow has been an award winning editor of short science fiction, fantasy, and horror for over twentyfive years She is editor of the Best Horror of the Year and has edited or co edited a large number of award winning original anthologies Her most recent are Supernatural Noir, Naked City, Blood and Other Cravings, The Beastly Bride, Teeth, Trolls Eye View, and After the last three with Ter

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  • Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • The Cutting Room
  • Ellen Datlow
  • English
  • 14 April 2017
  • 9781616961671

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