The light at the end of the quarantine is just ahead my friends, but if you’re going a little stir crazy and running out of horror content to binge, there are a whole bunch of entertainment options out there for you.
I am a little bit of many things. A blogger about books and horror, an artist, a YouTuber, a filmmaker, and amateur author.
Here are a few of my many endeavors:
HorrorMade.com - horror blog for reviews, interviews, artwork and more.
YouTube.com/HauntingTelevision - home to my web-series, video reviews and play troughs of media's horror genre.
TwistedBubbleBooks.com - Sci-Fi and Fantasy books, reviews, art and more. (still in the process of being built)
Jeanette-art.blogspot.com - my personal adventures in film-making and the world of art. This can currently still be found on jeanette-art.blogspot.com
I was delighted when Printed In Blood reached out to me to review the “Ghostbusters Artbook.” Especially since I have the opportunity to review it before it’s release on May 25th, 2020. As a professional artist with a love of Ghostbusters I couldn’t be happier to give this book a review.
One filmmaker shares his epic battle against his action figures. And the journey is fantastic.
Now that I’ve been self isolating for… *checks the calendar*… 40 days, how I experience films has changed. So when I watched this short zombie film by Les films Guacamole the whole tone was interesting because I felt my mind shift half-way through from pre-covid thoughts to post-covid thoughts.
About the Crimson Inkwell The Crimson Inkwell, written by Kenneth A. Baldwin is about Luella Winthrop, a female journalist in the Victorian era who starts chasing stories to save her newspaper only to end up following a dangerous path. In this world of Gaslamp Fantasy women were not […]
Ivy Hawthorne, a girl largely shunned by her parents, classmates, and seemingly rest of the world, starts to notice some strange things happening in her life. Animals have started intently watching her and her dreams are coming true.
Oni, directed by Anthony Pietromonaco, was very well produced. With great camera work, fantastic costume design and transformative special effects.
This is certainly the most seriously I’ve ever reviewed a Children’s book. Let alone a joke book. XD
To help myself achieve this goal I need to practice storytelling, I need to understand the market, and I need to create. These goals will be reflected by my content across all platforms.
Shadowed Shadow and Moon Series Book One Michelle Areaux Published by: Kingston Publishing Company Publication date: January 2nd 2020 Genres: Paranormal, Romance, Young Adult Book Description: Sixteen-year-old Henley Abbott is just trying to make it through high school in the small town of Edison, Washington where she has […]