"Here's an author exploding onto the genre."
—Edward Lee, author of House Infernal
“Fans of old school horror, rejoice. Bryan Smith is quickly making his mark on the scene."
—The Horror Fiction Review
“Good characters, a good story and some nasty imagery combine to make The Freakshow one of the most fun reads I've had in a long time. I can't wait to see what Smith does next, though it's going to be very hard to top The Freakshow!
It was a run-down multi-plex in a seedy part of town. But it had a special late-night festival of the cheap horror movies one group of friends loved, filled with zombies, vampires and backwoods maniacs.
How could they know it was a very special screening indeed? After their movies began, they found themselves transported out of the life they knew and into the blood-drenched worlds of the films. Worlds where the living dead roam the countryside, the mansion of a vampire and his minions dominates the night sky, and the scream of a buzz saw is always right behind you.