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Faerie Of Death
« on: March 20, 2001, 12:39:56 AM »

While browsing at the local surplus store, I found a very interesting book in the "free" bin.  It's called "Hell's Feast" by Greg Farshtey, is apparently part of some sort of RPG system, and would make an EXCELLENT b-movie.  It involves a disallusioned detective living in a freaky-ass fantasy/modern world who saves the life of a beautiful vampiress and has to prevent some greater evil from taking over the world.  If anybody knows anything more, let me know.
peter johnson
« Reply #1 on: March 20, 2001, 11:45:18 AM »

"Greg Farshtey" sounds like a nomme de guerre to me.  (Farsh=farce?).
No, I haven't heard of this one.  The guy who wrote the novel that Night of the Living Dead was based on wrote some great overlooked short novels though -- I can't remember his name now -- but check out one called simply "Midnight", about some backwoods killer creeps ala Chainsaw Massacre/Ed Gein.
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