Mick Garris has been at the heart of the horror genre since the early '80s, working closely with horror legends such as Stephen King, John Carpenter, Tobe Hooper, Dario Argento and many more. The multi-hyphenate filmmaker behind Hocus Pocus, the anthology series "Masters of Horror," Critters 2, The Stand, Psycho IV, Sleepwalkers and the recent horror anthology Nightmare Cinema. He also hosts the podcast Post Mortem with Mick Garris, which is a part of the Fangoria Podcast Network. And next year, Fangoria and Garris have a new delight for horror fans with a brand new collection of horror tales!
Fangoria will bring together four of Garris’ works for the first time in a single volume titled These Evil Things We Do: The Mick Garris Collection.
The press release details: "From a plastic surgeon with a uniquely disturbing approach to his job to a deranged child genius obsessed with his teacher, These Evil Things We Do: The Mick Garris Collection explores mankind’s capacity for limitless evil – and how often that evil hides in plain sight."
"Previously only available in limited print-runs, this collection brings together four of Garris’ works for the first time in a single volume, along with the brand-new novella, Free, available exclusively here."
"People who know of my work at all know me mostly for my work as a screenwriter, director and producer in film and television, but for years I’ve lived another life, writing fiction: novels, novellas, short stories," says Garris. "This work doesn’t require the approval of a network or a studio or an advertiser, and with that freedom, my written work goes deeper, darker, more intimate. Fangoria offers a chance to descend into The Evil Things We Do with their new collection of my novel, Salome, along with four even darker novellas, including the newest – never-before-published Free."
The 2020 publishing date of These Evil Things We Do will be announced by Fangoria in the coming months.