Saturday, December 19, 2020

Hanukkah Review (Diabolique, 2020)


Holiday-themed horror is a passion for David and he snuck in, on the final night of Hanukkah, to review Hanukkah (2019) featuring the final appearances of both Sid Haig and Dick Miller.

Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Sunday, November 29, 2020

Thursday, November 19, 2020

Budgetary Constraints: Ron Ford (2020, Diabolique)


In his continuing look at Shot On Video pioneers, David spotlights the multi-decade writing and directing career of Ron Ford (Hollywood Mortuary, Tiki). 

As an actor, director and writer, Ford has been largely overlooked by the larger film community... until now.

Saturday, November 14, 2020

Macabre (2021, Splatter Theater Press)



Macabre is a collection of David's short, weird comic work. He has been lucky enough to work with some of the greatest names in horror and independent comics so crack this book open and read, with dread, the horrible legacy of a mad serial killer, an elder God of the Green, a path of vengeance that leads right into a mirror and many, many more stories of death and destruction. Oh, and don't forget that depraved sense of humor!

Over 100 pages of thrills, chills and frills!

Featuring the talents of: Jack Ketchum, Kurt Belcher, Brad Gischia, Matt Shannon, Harrison Wood, Dan Gorman, Sean Seal, Joshua Werner, Justin Birch, Brian Dunphy, James Couts, Chris Santiago, Kevin Norman, Craig Singer, Tyler Sowles, Rand Arrington, Thom Chiaramonte and Christopher Lohman!

Sunday, November 1, 2020

Bloodspurt: The Films of JCVD (2021, Slipway Cinema)



Collected from across the nation, over forty writers, film critics, academics, artists, filmmakers and editors tackle the complete film oeuvre of action star Jean Claude Van Damme. The Muscles from Brussels has been a beloved fixture in action cinema for four decades... that mullet notwithstanding. Loved or hated, JCVD has always been regarded as the nicest butt-kicker in the business and wholly self aware of his cult film status - and exactly how he got there. If the Kumite couldn't stop him, or all of those groin-wrenching splits, is there any force on the planet that could impede the sultan of spin kicks? In examining JCVD's films, maybe this eclectic group of professionals can answer those nagging questions. Regardless, whenever you run into Jean Claude Van Damme in an alley, lit or otherwise, prepare for the... Bloodspurt.

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