Monday, August 25, 2014

20 Questions for Horror Authors: Leigh M. Lane



Leigh M. Lane has been writing for over twenty years. She has ten published novels and twelve published short stories divided between different genre-specific pseudonyms. She is married to editor Thomas B. Lane, Jr. and currently resides in the outskirts of Sin City.


Her traditional Gothic horror novel, "Finding Poe," was a 2013 EPIC Awards finalist in horror. Her other novels include "World-Mart," a tribute to Orwell, Serling, and Vonnegut, and the dark allegorical tale, "Myths of Gods."

Top 6 of the Worst Found Footage Movies Ever Made




Seems like everyone is making a found footage movie nowadays. I've seen my fair share of them, and to be clear, I rather enjoy the sub genre of horror. Some of the scariest movies I've ever seen have been found footage movies. Unfortunately, since everyone is jumping on the found footage bandwagon, we've been inundated with cheaply made, horribly edited pieces of crap that leave the audience staring at the screen numbly and asking themselves: What the hell did I just watch? And why did I watch the entire thing when it was clear that it wasn't going to get any better than the first 5 minutes of the movie?


Ubiquitous warning: This post contains movie spoilers, and horrible bad movies that may cause you to lose SANITY points if you watch them. To spare you that fate, I've watched them for you. A word of caution, these movies are so bad, my reviews of them here are super snarky. Like, for reals. 

Thursday, August 21, 2014

20 Questions for Horror Authors: Carole Gill



Carole Gill writes all sorts of horror, everything from Gothic vampires to murderous midgets and demon clowns. She is widely published in horror anthologies. Her four novel series, The Blackstone Vampires is out now. Book One in the Blood and Passion Series is about to be released. You can stay caught up with Carole here:


Monday, August 4, 2014

Play as Your Favorite Horror Icons in 'Terrordrome: Rise of the Boogeyman!'



"Terrordrome: Rise of the Boogeyman" is a work of love. This fan-made 2D fighting game (also known as a MUGEN) pays tribute to the old school fighters like Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat, while allowing horror fans to play as their favorite horror icons. Whether they are villains or anti-heroes, these bad boys know how to make a killing!