Episode 045- Tales From the Blood-Red Carpet: Etheria Film Night

One reason I love film festivals is that they celebrate creativity. 

So I was honored to be asked to judge Etheria Film Night held in early June in Hollywood.

Etheria Film Night is the world’s most respected showcase of new horror, comedy, science fiction, fantasy, action, and thriller films made by emerging women directors. Continue reading “Episode 045- Tales From the Blood-Red Carpet: Etheria Film Night”

Episode 044- Shut Up and Watch the Movie (Part Two)

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 044- Shut Up and Watch the Movie (Part Two)”

Etheria Film Night was a Sweet Success!

It’s been a busy and exciting time for H4H!

I just got back from Hollywood after judging the Etheria Film Night film festival on June 3rd.
It was a fantastic experience, and I got to interview a few artists, including a brief conversation with living legend Roger Corman!
An episode with all of my interviews with artists, directors and actors, like Bill Moseley, will be coming soon!

Episode 043- Sympathetic Monsters: with Guest J. Blake Fichera

Can you sympathize with a monster? 

In some cases I think you can.  It depends on the story and how well the story is told and acted.

In this episode J. Blake Fichera (author of the Rondo-nominated book, “Scored To Death: Conversations with Some of Horror’s Greatest Composers”) returns to the show to discuss the sympathetic monster in horror movies. Continue reading “Episode 043- Sympathetic Monsters: with Guest J. Blake Fichera”

Episode 042- Shut Up and Watch the Movie (Part One)

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)”