Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Interview on TheoFantastique blog.

Well, thanks to my burger buddy Marc Lougee I was invited to do an interview with John Moorehead for his wonderful TheoFantastique site. It's a "meeting place for myth, imagination and mystery in pop culture", dontcha know.

John asked little old me some pretty heady questions about personal influences, myth, folklore, fairy tales, and why I consider Walt Disney to be a master of horror.

Yes, that's right. Uncle Walt is a horror meister. He could spook you as easy as Bibbity Bobbity BOO!

And, of course, I managed to slip in some Crypt Club and AAAAAH!! news as well.

I invite you to read the complete interview, but I warn you: pack a lunch.

John said I could be as verbose as I wanted. Being Mr. Gullible Gallego, I took him at his word - and his editor quit!

I'm really looking forward to getting to SLC, Utah to have a serious face to face, mano a mano chin wag with the venerable Mr. Moorehead.

Check out his blog and find out why. Muy cool.

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

'Saw 6' Director is part of AAAAAH!!

He has edited the Saw films from 1 through 4. As I write this entry he's here in Toronto cutting together Saw 5. After that, it's been announced that editor Kevin Greutert will direct Saw 6. Whoo-hoo! Congratulations!

And now, I'm proud to say that Kevin has signed with Crypt Club Productions Inc. to release his short horror film, 'Old Friends', on volume one of our upcoming compilation DVD AAAAAH!! Indie Horror Hits.

This is the short film that Kevin made to prove to the producers that he could wield a Saw... heh, heh, heh.

So, invite some 'old friends' for an evening of dark entertainment. Coming this summer.

Monday, June 2, 2008

New Voices In Fiction Interview

An interview I did a couple of months ago for the on-line magazine New Voices In Horror has just been re-posted on the newly re-tooled New Voices in Fiction web site. Now, in addition to publishing new horror fiction, the freshly re-christened site accepts works of general fiction.

In the Special Guests Interview NVF founder & moderator David "Doc" Byron asks me about my taste in horror and about the soon to be released AAAAAH!! Indie Horror Hits DVD. (Yes, really. We charge NO FEE to submit short horror films.)

Thanks for the scintillating virtual chat, and best of luck with the new format. Give 'em Hell, Doc!