I’ve said it before and it’s worth repeating, “Indie horror is where life is breathed into the genre. Hollywood is just where it goes to die.” As my disillusionment with the corporate horror machine continues, I find some solace in… Continue Reading →
I know what you’re thinking, “Big deal, there are people around the pool,” but Saturday night around the pool was deceptively calm.
There are three words that get a horror fan’s blood pumping even more than “Platinum Dunes Remake” and in a positive way: Texas Frightmare Weekend. The southwest’s premiere horror event starts this Friday, April 29th at the Sheraton Grand Hotel… Continue Reading →