Like it or not, a decent chunk of online movie discussion is driven by Rotten Tomatoes and whether films are “rotten” or “fresh.” I can’t be the only one exhausted by this. And while there’s something to be said for using that website as a … Continue reading“Rotten” Movies I Love
The Prey (1984) isn’t a movie I would recommend easily. You really need to have spent some time mining the depths of the slasher subgenre to appreciate for this oddity. It’s not unlike any of the “lost” slashers that have made their way to collector’s … Continue readingLet’s talk about the two versions of THE PREY (1984)
My latest novel, Rites of Extinction, is out and I’m really anxious to have you read it! It’s fitting for this strange bit of folk horror to be released at the end of winter/beginning of spring. I’m not sure my publisher (the incredible people at … Continue readingThe RITES OF EXTINCTION are ready to be performed
We’re in the middle of a Fangorian renaissance. Which is to say, two issues into the relaunched Fangoria and the magazine is better than it’s ever been. I’ve thoroughly enjoyed both issues so far, and the tease for the next one has me licking my … Continue readingWhy Doesn’t HIGHWAY TO HELL Have A Bigger Following?
Every once in a while someone asks how I manage to write so much and my answer is always the same: I’ve trained myself to do it to the point where it’s habitual. If I don’t get the day’s pages in, I feel cranky and … Continue readingSo you want to know the secret…
Howling III: The Marsupials is a weird and inspired gulp of fresh air. I said it and I mean it. You could watch 400 movies in a year and never see another thing like it. Devoid of any ties to the previous films, you’ve got to … Continue readingYou Probably Hate This Movie: HOWLING III: THE MARSUPIALS
Scott Cole is a very good friend of mine. Because of that, I wasn’t comfortable doing a straightforward review of his latest book, Triple Axe. I adore this novella though, and since there were questions I intended to ask Scott anyway, I figured we’d do it right … Continue readingAn interview with TRIPLE AXE author Scott Cole