“The Statement of Randolph Carter” is one of my favorite Lovecraft stories. It encompasses his style in a tidy little nutshell of dread. It even inspired a short – very short – film of my own. But here is a quite different take on the tale by Grieg Johnson and Chris Lackey – the latter being
Finally recovered from Texas Frightmare Weekend hangover, filmmaker Shawn Ewert once again takes us down into the filmmaking trenches.
Allergies have been keeping me down lately but nothing can stop filmmaker Shawn Ewert as he shares his hard earned knowledge with us again. This week, he is NOT discussing Lindsey Lohan. You can donate to his project at their IndieGoGo page: http://www.indiegogo.com/sacramentthefilm
It’s no secret to my contemporaries, I am a horror snob. For the most part, I keep my recent viewing list to a select list of strong films that challenge me mentally and emotionally. It’s quite a shame really since some of the more delightful delicacies of the horror genre are so deliciously low. You
A good solid rule for most movies is, “Make sense.” Even the most avant of garde films makes sense in their own kind of way. If a film doesn’t have a claim to that particular edgy conceit, then one would think it would be that much easier to follow that simple directive. However, it’s something