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The Kali Krew Presents: Growing Season

It’s the rainy season. And the rainy season brings things that grow. Nature turns green and new buds and shoots spring up daily.

But what happens when the things that grow are poisonous, deadly and dark? Things grown from unhallowed and cursed ground and what’s planted there does not grow healthy.

Or, consider this. You’ve found a strange and wondrous planet to explore. The only problem is that the flora doesn’t want you there and it’s not shy about it.

Below is the Kali Krew’s choices for evil that springs from the ground, covers to tantalize the nature lover and planets that are… hostile, to say the least.

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Annihilation

Chosen by Sam

Movie poster for Annihilation

Attack of the Killer Tomatoes!

Chosen by Olly


The Caretaker of Lorne Field by Dave Zeltserman

Chosen by Brian


The Color Out of Space

Chosen by Gracie


Deathworld (Deathworld #1) by Harry Harrison

Chosen by Lilyn

Book cover for Deathworld

Check out Lilyn’s review of Deathworld


Eden by Tim Lebbon

Chosen by Tracy

Check out Tracy’s review of Eden


Fiends in the Furrows: An Anthology of Folk Horror edited by David T. Neal and Christine M. Scott

Chosen by Gracie

Checkout Gracie’s review of The Fiends in the Furrows


Greener Pastures by Michael Wehunt

Chosen by Tracy


The Hag Witch of Tripp Creek by Somer Canon

Chosen by Eliza


The Happening

Chosen by Olly


Hella by David Gerrold

Chosen by Lilyn


Hyperion by Dan Simmons

Chosen by Brian

Check out Michael M’s review of Hyperion


In the Tall Grass by Stephen King and Joe Hill

Chosen by Gracie


Little Shop of Horrors

Chosen by Olly


Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

Chosen by Tracy

Check out Tracy’s review of Mexican Gothic


The Ruins by Scott Smith

Chosen by Olly


Semiosis by Sue Burke

Chosen by Lilyn

Book cover for Semiosis

Check out Lilyn’s review of Semiosis


Still Life with Natalie by Sarah Read – Suspended in Dusk II edited by Simon Dewar

Book cover for Suspended in Dusk 2

Check out Gracie’s review of Suspended in Dusk II


Unfortunate Elements of My Anatomy by Hailey Piper

Chosen by Eliza


Yellow Jessamine by Caitlin Starling

Chosen by Tracy


I hope you’ve enjoyed our list of plants growing wild and deadly and we’d love for you to ‘leaf’ a comment down below to let us know your favorites!

I’ll see myself out now.

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