Tuesday, January 25, 2011

YouShoot: The HonkyTonk Man (2007)

as Joe Broni

Don't blink, but if you want to see Joe Broni tangle (via video) with The HonkyTonk Man, you will love YouShoot! In all reality, this is a freaking hilarious interview with HTM, regardless of whether or not you like me. Kayfabe Commentaries really has a gold series on their hands here.

Get YouShoot: The HonkyTonk Man on DVD!

Minute Movies (2004, Book Surge Press)

Writer
"The Latex Grail"

Buy Minute Movies in paperback!

If you enjoy the movies and reading fun books, you will get a big kick out of Minute Movies. Minute Movie is a new book that is made up of seven short screenplays. All the stories are fanciful and imaginative. It makes great reading. It is a compilation of seven scripts written by three different authors, Byron Snyder, Sarah Price and David Hayes. Each story has its own uniqueness and style along with some unforgettable characters. Scary Stories to Dramatic surprises awaits filmmakers to interpret their versions of these original stories. Walk with the Devil or even laugh at an unusual circumstance is just a few of the plots that Minute Movies offers. A young writer finds his future in an old typewriter that was owned by the Hemingway in The Ghost Writer. A young man goes through a life changing experience while stuck with a homeless couple on Christmas Eve in Latex Grail. The Elevator from Hell is the story of a hit man escaping from his life of crime when he enters a building with an elevator that has a mind of its own. A weekend getaway turns into a haunting experience when newlyweds find themselves stranded in a mountain town and forced to spend the night at The Vineyard House. A young woman discovers the truth about her boyfriend while on their way home after a party in Unknown Circumstances. A ghostly campfire story at a Boy Scout camping trip changes into one of its own Scary Stories. A wife with an abusive husband finds gratification in a side-splitting accident in Unusual Justice.

EXW Xtreme Tuesday 12/7/10


How do we end 2010? In a bloodbath of course!




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EXW Xtreme Tuesday 1/4/11


Extreme for a new year! Joined by Ryan Castellucci, listen to the aftermath of EXW's Bad Inentions!




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Seasons in the Abyss (2011, Bloodbound Books)

Writer
"Chaste"

76 Stories. 4 Seasons. 1 book. Welcome to the Abyss! If you stay awhile, you’ll find that horror is always in the forecast, regardless of the time of year. This anthology of flash fiction will be available on Feb. 1, 2011.

Buy Seasons in the Abyss: Flash Fiction Anthology!

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Serial Killer Magazine #8 featuring "The Cleveland Torso Murders"


Writer
"The Cleveland Torso Murders"

David's profile of the notorious Cleveland Torso Killer from the 1920s is featured in this issue of Serial Killer Magazine!


SERIAL KILLER MAGAZINE is an official release of the talented artists and writers at SerialKillerCalendar.com. It is chock full of artwork, rare documents, FBI files and in depth articles regarding serial murder. It is also packed with unusual trivia, exclusive interviews with the both killers and experts in the field and more information that any other resource available to date. Although the magazine takes this subject very seriously and in no way attempts to glorify the crimes describe in it, it also provides a unique collection of rare treats (including mini biographical comics, crossword puzzles and trivia quizzes). This is truly a one of a kind collectors item for anyone interested in the macabre world of true crime, prison art or the strange world of murderabelia.


Focal Point (2009)

Producer

Written and directed by Ernie Lausten, and starring Kevin Tye, Focal Point is a short film detailing the accidental ownership of a camera and just how bad finding something on the bus can be. For you viewing pleasure, the entire film is below.

Focal Point premiered at the 2009 Deadly Event as part of the 2009 International Horror and Sci Fi Film Festival.

Monday, January 3, 2011

Vampegeddon: Hilarious Review from OLP

This is absolutely genius!