Check out my interview with the creators behind the web short “Giltrude’s Dwelling” from the 2019 Blood in the Snow Film Festival Web Bites Program:
(Dir. Jeremy Lutter) (14:30 mins) Orphaned at the age of eleven, Giltrude, an interdimensional shut-in, has waited fifteen years for her parents to come home. When a life or death dilemma comes knocking, Giltrude must look beyond her front door and learn to face the outside universe.
MY TAKE: This is a beautifully imaginative story, and again, it’s just the beginning! We need to see more, so somebody give these guys the funding they need to carry on with this project!
DAVE BATTAMS HAS REVIEWED SPACE ZOMBIES! DVD EXTRA, SHORT FILM THE SCARY BITCH PROJECT
Ye Olde Scribe here. You might remember me from my rave review of the super fantabulous SPACE ZOMBIES: 13 MONTHS OF BRAIN SPINNING MAYHEM! DVD. Today, I come to you with... read more
For the next few months, I'm giving you the first parts from each of my books in the "Trilogy of Horrifically Half-baked Ham" ... starting with, let's say, the pinky finger from my novelette movie adaptation, Space Zombies! ... The Prologue.
You'll get the whole... read more
Welcome, welcome to my first filmmaker guest for the 2022 13 Days, David Fernandes. He's a Hamilton filmmaker at that! Check out our interview in the video below:
The Space Zombies: 13 Months of Brain-Spinning Mayhem! DVD includes the hilarious horror-comedy short The Scary Bitch... read more
Okay…so I’m really late to the table with this one. For whatever reason, I was avoiding it…even though it starred Vincent Price…even though it was an American International “higher budget” film…even though everyone who loves this sort of thing has been raving about it... read more
Welcome back...and let's welcome horror author Marcus Hawke...mwa-ha-ha-ha...
Tell me about The Miracle Sin—what’s it all about and what inspired this story? Where can readers find the book?
I can answer that question by asking another: Have you ever wondered if there’s more to life? If we... read more
Okay, so I have to say, right off the top, A LOT about this film—the kinds of filmmaking errors made, the convoluted plot, and especially the scriptwriting—totally remind me of the collected works of Edward D. Wood Jr. Directors Bill Rebane and later Hershell... read more