Synopses & Reviews
"Toss Kafka, David Lynch, and a pinch of Flannery O'Connor in a blender and you just might end up with The Drive-Thru Crematorium. A thoroughly baffling, unsettling, and mesmerizing journey into madness." - Dave Zeltserman, author of Everybody Lies in Hell
Stanley Maddox lives a mundane life in a nondescript town. His wife is cheating on him, his colleagues at work don't recognize him, and he has recently noticed a mysterious creature darting its way through his house. When he notices a flap of skin on his face, he begins pulling. Beneath his skin lies another person, an evil person, with the power to change his life forever.