Mark Miller’s Encyclopocalypse releases new audio adaptation of Tom Holland’s Twisted Tales: Domestic Disturbances

Award-winning producer and writer Mark Alan Miller, best known for Nightbreed: The
Director’s Cut and the BOOM! Studios Hellraiser comics, and world-renowned filmmaker Tom Holland (Child’s Play, Fright Night) have joined forces once again. First, they brought the Fright Night novelization back into print. Now, Miller’s Encyclopocalypse Publications has just released Holland’s horror anthology Twisted Tales: Domestic Disturbances, featuring four short horror tales sure to please every horror fan.

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“This book is so much fun,” said Miller. “And I love working with Tom. He’s kind, brilliant, and a wellspring of creativity. It’s an inspiration.” Holland dares you to join him for a collection of nerve-shredding Twisted Tales.

Serving up a mind-bending assortment of the macabre, it’s a collection of four nightmarish short stories, fine-tuned to keep you on the edge of your seat. This audiobook is read by author Christian Francis, who has also narrated of such best-selling horror titles such as Dracula In Love and Re-Animator, who will take the listener on a journey through these bone-chilling tales.

Author and narrator Christian Francis and friend

Miller’s Encyclopocalypse- whose slogan is “Making Your Books Heard”- has already
established itself as a producer of premium audio adaptations of horror, thriller, and
science-fiction literature, using professional voiceover artists and actors to deliver high quality experiences, occasionally even using multiple performers and original music to create fully immersive audio dramas, one of which (Miller’s Hellraiser: The Toll) was narrated by Holland.
Twisted Tales: Domestic Disturbances is currently available, in all formats, for purchase via Amazon and Audible. The audiobook is free with a new Audible trial.
Encyclopocalypse’s full library can be found at

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