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Unsung Heroes Of Horror: Javier Botet And Doug Jones

Javier Botet Javier Botet is a Spanish actor best known for his roles as Tristana Medeiros in Rec, Edith Brennan(aka Mama) in Mama, the ghosts of Enola/Margret/Pamela in Crimson Peak, the four armed creature Myrtu in The Other Side of the Door, and the Crooked

Notice Anything Different?(HINT HINT, WINK WINK)

Let’s not make this weird. Yes, there’s a new logo that I’ve been working on for far longer than I care to admit. Truth is I didn’t want to run into any copyright issues for using Jason’s likeness soooooo… I made a new one. This

The Art Of The Horror Short

Short films are an underrated medium for horror. With the rise of creepypastas, it’s become more and more apparent that narratives don’t always need to be long in order to be effective. By the very nature of our technology-obsessed culture, content has to grab an audience

Age of Reptiles: Tribal Warfare (Comic Book Review)

Synopsis Age of Reptiles: Tribal Warfare is a 1993 Dark Horse comic created by storyboardist, novelist, and comic book artist Ricardo Delgado. The comic illustrates a prehistoric “gang” war between a pack of Deinonychus raptors and a family of Tyrannosaurus. Many of the animals Delgado uses are not

Wytches(Comic Book Review)

Synopsis The Rooks family moves to a remote town in the hopes of escaping the shadow of a tragedy, but an ancient evil stirs within the woods just out of town. WYTCHES. They are watching and they are waiting… Review My father is a huge

Lost Gods (Book Review)

Synopsis Chet Moran is a scrub who desires to turn over a new leaf once his young bride tells him of the impending birth of their child. Together, they run away to a place Chet believes to be a safe haven, but soon find themselves

Aliens 30th Anniversary Loot Crate

This year Aliens celebrated its 30th anniversary with a panel at San Diego Comic-Con(available on youtube) featuring most of the starring cast, released images from the highly anticipated Alien: Covenant, and the announcement of a 30th-anniversary Blu-ray set. Loot Crate also offered a limited edition

Marvel Comics: The Untold Story (Book Review)

I’m not sure exactly what I expected from this book. I hardly gave a thought to the team of artist and writers who produced my favorite comics as a child. As a kid, you have a narrow view of the world. I only saw the

Writing Tips: Plot VS Premise

In order to go from Joe Schmoe to Stephen King, you’re going to need a lot of time, patience, blood, sweat, tears, and a bit of luck. Before any of that though, you need to build a solid foundation on which your hopes and dreams

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Comics… And Pin Up?

As a writer and creative person, I think it’s important to support fellow artists in any medium. Today I wanted to spotlight this fantastic artist I know of by the name of Ant Lucia. I first found his art through deviant art and was blown