From the acclaimed writer/director of ‘The Possession Of David O’Reilly’…
“We were both 10. But he was dead. And I sat drawing him.”
Em Walker is just like any other 10-year-old girl growing up in the small, outback town of Hope. That is, except for the fact that her Dad runs one of the town’s two funeral parlours, and the dead have just started speaking to her…
When Hope is rocked by a terrible crime, Em, stubborn, scared of spiders, and with a temper that’s likely to get her into trouble, will find herself thrust into the middle of a dangerous hunt for the truth.
“Being scared’s good,” Grandpa Walker had told me once. “Stops us from doing stupid things.”
It hadn’t stopped me.
“There’s very little to dislike about this one. It’s quick and suspenseful, with some well-fashioned scenery, and good sum of thrills. As for something to read in a short window, you can do a hell of a lot worse than Hope and Walker by Andrew Cull. Great stuff.”
“A unique, creepy Australian tale. Well worth checking out.”
“Hope and Walker, by Andrew Cull, is a charming story with a touch of horror. The opening line, We were both 10. But he was dead. And I sat drawing him, immediately drew me in, so important with a short story.”
“Pick up this exceptional short story. Highly recommended.”
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“He had written to me a month or so before he died. I’d ignored the letter the same way I’d ignored all the others.”
When Cam Miller returns to the town he grew up in he’s heading to clear his estranged Father’s farmhouse. He’s also returning to the house he fled 23 years before. There, among the nicotine stained keepsakes and remnants of a broken life, he’ll come face to face with a horror that has waited all those years for his return.
“It’s you he wants.”
‘Did You Forget About Me?’ has been described as…
“It’s ghostly, and ghastly, has the haunted house-ish thrills, really something enjoyable here.”
““It’s quick, engaging, and entirely entertaining.”
“Highly atmospheric and thoroughly unnerving read.”
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And coming later in 2017 from author Andrew Cull is…
How far would you go? What horrors would you endure if it meant you might see the son you thought you’d lost forever?
A terrifying study of grief, reminiscent of genre classics Dark Water and Don’t Look Now, Andrew Cull’s stunning debut novel Remains manages to be at turns haunting, harrowing and filled with compassion. Horror with a heart that delivers on every level.
About writer, director, and author Andrew Cull
Andrew’s first screenplay attracted the attention of BAFTA award-winner, Philip Saville. He went on to develop film projects with Hammer Films, Paul W.S Anderson’s Impact Pictures and wrote for cult TV hit, ‘Urban Gothic’. Alongside this, Andy ran a video rental store in London with the largest horror collection in the UK.
In 2007 he created the YouTube sensation, ‘In the Dark’. Regarded as the first YouTube horror series it is considered to have been the inspiration for such renowned projects as Marble Hornets. This was followed by his first feature, ‘The Possession Of David O’Reilly’. It quickly garnered much praise and enjoyed a UK theatrical and DVD release with Momentum Pictures. In the US, it was picked up by IFC Films for VOD and DVD release.
“As a teenager, I discovered Stephen King, James Herbert, Shirley Jackson, HP Lovecraft, and that was it for me. Horror was always going to be my genre. With a name like Cull I guess you could say that’s a good match…
I’ve always particularly loved what might be referred to as ‘true horror’. When I was a kid I took all those stories of Black Shuck (one of my favourites as we spent a lot of time in Norfolk), the Loch Ness Monster, Ghosts, Aliens, Chimera, End Times theories at face value. I believed all of it. Now, I’m a lot older and a lot more cynical, but that love of horror that walks the line between reality and fantasy has stuck with me. Most the of the stories I write have a thick thread of reality running through them. They’re often based on those stories I read when I was a kid, or reports I read now.”
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