Hello to our readers and followers! Apologies again for being so quiet, but looking forward to spending 2017 with all of you. If you like, some personal musings below. —- It’s almost over, and so I would like to say that 2016 has been a pretty shitty year. A beloved aunt, one who my husband … Continue reading Bye 2016! Welcome 2017!
In case you didn’t know, February is Women in Horror Month, and we wanted to post something for it since it’s almost over! On this episode of The Film Pasture, from our friends at The Vern interviews three great directors who all contributed to the 2016 Massive Blood Drive PSA on Women in Horror Month. … Continue reading The Film Pasture: Women in Horror
We are so honored to have been hired to create the cover for Tim Miller‘s latest horror novel, Spankenstein! We previously created the cover for his bestselling extreme horror novel, Hacked, and so we are thrilled to have been asked to do it again! Tom O’Brien did the photography for Hacked, as well as for … Continue reading SPANKENSTEIN by Tim Miller
I can’t think of anyone more creative and resourceful than independent filmmakers, so we are starting an interview series with them. First up is Virginia based horror filmmaker Jonathan A Moody! He was born and raised in Williamsburg, VA. He started to write scripts at the age of 13 and started acting at the same time. In … Continue reading Horror Film Director Jonathan A Moody Q&A
We scored an interview with New York Times #1 bestselling author Greg Iles (The Bone Tree, Natchez Burning) at ThrillerFest 2015, where he gives advice, and talks about his book getting turned into a TV series. You can watch it below! Jessica Mazo interviews, Tom O’Brien shoots/edits. Continue reading Interview with Greg Iles at ThrillerFest
Rambo author David Morrell was nice enough to speak with us again at 10th Annual ThrillerFest. We talked about International Thriller Writers Association (he’s one of the founding members), supporting other writers, and his new novel, MURDER AS A FINE ART. Jessica Mazo interviews, Tom O’Brien shoots/edits Continue reading David Morrell at 10th Annual ThrillerFest
Do you get strong feelings of dread when you think about attending business networking events? Me too! The Networker, directed by John Gallagher and written by Victor Ribaudo, explores the highs and lows of attending all of those awkward networking events. From the film’s website: John Mangano, a nice guy whose partying lifestyle has taken precedence over … Continue reading John Gallagher’s The Networker