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The Trouble With Horror

If you are reading this, I can safely assume you are a horror fan on some level. Why else would you be here when the ‘net has so much porn to offer? I love horror movies, horror books, horror comic books, and just about anything else to which you can attach the “horror” label. I

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Bill Rebane and His Shooting Ranch

Gleason, Wisconsin has a population of roughly 200 people and growing up, I was one of them. It’s a town where the family farm still struggles to survive and you have to make the 15-mile trip into the “city” for groceries and school. In short, it’s not an area people generally move to. But a

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Pride 2018: Reflecting on Making 0 Feet Away

As much as I am a horror fan, I am just slightly a different person when it comes to my filmmaking. What I have to say may be different from the filmmakers I admire and the movies I love. I have my passions about the stories I want to tell and my anxieties that I

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Make it to the Sequel: Horror and the Fight for Survival

I have a dark sense of humor. I once joked that if I woke up in a Saw trap, I wouldn’t play the game… I would just give up. I couldn’t see myself chopping off an arm or putting myself through some other bodily harm in hopes of making it out alive. Then again, I’ve

HorrorPR — PR Services for Horror Creators

I’ve been working really hard on creating and preparing HorrorPR for launch. In a nutshell, the project is all about greatly increasing the ease in which horror creators and interested media can get what they need from one another, all for free on the HorrorPR platform. Beyond that, I’m offering many paid services for those

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New Horror Novel: The Haunting of Cabin Green

In 2007, I took a vacation to a small green cabin in Northern Michigan. The setting inspired me, and I wrote most of the first draft of The Haunting of Cabin Green: A Modern Gothic Horror Novel while sitting inside the cabin. During the next 10 years, I launched a career as a Dark Art

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In Love and Horror

If surviving a horror film wasn’t tough enough – try being in love as well. Love is not always an easy matter, whether it’s finding love, maintaining a relationship, or overcoming a breakup. But serial killers or evil entities don’t consider this when executing their massacres (unless they’re manipulating you and your partner, or the

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Why I Choose To Get Scared

Since this is a little bit of an introductory piece for me, I figured, why not start at the beginning? Scream famously asked: “What’s your favorite scary movie?“ I want to recall how and why I got into horror and what it means to me now, and what I would like to see coming from

List of Sci-fi and Horror Channels

Horror channels have always been obscure and far and few in-between. Most of us would love to subscribe to one of them, but beyond them being so hard to find in the first place, even when you do find them, it seems it’s not worth the $100+/month bill it’ll take to order some shitty cable

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How to Make Your Own Short Horror Film for Halloween

Halloween is coming up in a few months (yes, I know everyday is Halloween around these parts), so it’s time to start preparing. I’m sure you’ve got your costumes ready, but why not put them to good use – not just for the party you’re planning to attend with that special person you’ve got your