Ginger Nuts of Horror
Five more chilling tales of the macabre from the actor behind the Chatterer mask in Clive Barker’s Hellraiser and Hellbound. ~ The world didn't end on 21st December 2012, but Scott was given a gift—a terrible gift. ~ Red strawberry jam reminds Gregory he is about to murder love. ~ A visitor to a mansion brings deadly news. ~ Tanya is Caroline's best friend, and Caroline hates her. She enters the poison garden ... ~ London 1883. Eight year old Cassie wants the police to tell her what will happen to her, now her family are dead. Perhaps if they believed her story they would?
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"Love, relationships, passion and jealousy all intertwine their way through this collection to produce a tapestry of terror that will shock you, bring you to tears and linger in your subconscious for days." - gingernutsofhorror.com
"Laced with uneasy comedy, each tale shows us that our monsters within are perhaps to be feared as much as any that may or may not be lurking out there in the darkness, and that every action we take has its consequences." - Starburst Magazine
"Other People's Darkness' is a collection of short stories very much in the vein of 'The Books of Blood' by Clive Barker, or even some of the earlier short-story work of Stephen King. The stories move from touching to ghastly, and all the while have a sort of whimsical moral reverence that serves them well." - horror-punks.com
"This collection of intelligent and frightful stories will leave you sleeping with the lights on, questioning all your motives, and not pissing off love struck fools." - traumaticcinema.com
About the AuthorNicholas Vince lives in South London. Whilst he was at Mountview Theatre Academy, he met Clive Barker and was later cast as The Chatterer Cenobite in Clive Barker's Hellraiser and in its sequel Hellbound: Hellraiser II. He also played Kinski in 'Clive Barker's Nightbreed'. For Marvel Comics he wrote the series of comics 'Warheads' and 'Mortigan Goth', plus stories for the 'Hellraiser' and 'Nightbreed' comics. In 2013, he dramatised two of the stories from 'What Monsters Do' for the London Horror Festival. viewsfromthegods.com awarded this 4/5 stars and said it was "... a gripping hour of horror ...". He also starred in two short films, 'M is for Metamorphosis' directed by Rob Nevitt and 'The Day After Dark' for Safehouse Pictures. He is currently working on a horror anthology film as screenwriter and director, and will also be acting in this and other movies. For more information please see www.nicholasvince.com.