Who says they don’t make good horror movies anymore?
I think we’re in a good time for creative, creepy horror movies, you just need to know where to look (hint: it’s usually not from the major studios).
I made a list of movies released within the last four years that I liked, and there were too many to put into one episode! Continue reading “Episode 042- Shut Up and Watch the Movie (Part One)”
Check out Astro Radio Z where I did an appearance on episode ARZ:97 to talk about the John Waters’ movie “A Dirty Shame.” This is a great companion to Hellbent for Horror episode #37, Gag Reflex: The Cinema Crimes of John Waters
I’ll be attending Sinister Creature Con in Stockton, CA on June 10 – 11.
If you’re around, come to the Con
I’m honored to be a judge for this year’s Etheria Film Night on June 3, 2017 at the Egyptian Theater in Los Angeles.
If you’re around, come out and support the artists. See the films.
Religion is a comfort to some, and a horror to others.
Some very good horror movies focus on deeds done in the name of the Almighty.
The characters in these movies hear voices, or have dreams, and they’re compelled to act in strange and horrible ways. Continue reading “Episode 041- Fear of God: Faith-Based Horror”
San Francisco!! Make it a Memorial Day weekend to remember! Blood Diner hits the Roxie Theater Sunday Night at 8:30 pm with Joshua Grannell (aka Peaches Christ) leading the director Q & A. San Francisco BLOOD DINER Screening Party BLOOD DINER Screening & UnDead Party Bloody-Disgusting Jackie Kong Film Director
To purchase tickets, click the link below!
For some of us, just being a passive viewer isn’t enough.
Some of us are compelled to create and share the love for other artists.
Writer, filmmaker, journalist, and actress Heidi Honeycutt comes to Hellbent For Horror to talk about the Etheria Film Night (http://www.etheriafilmnight.com), what it’s like to act in Troma horror movies, the state of film journalism, and all things in horror fandom. Continue reading “Episode 040- The Horrible-Beautiful World According to Heidi Honeycutt”