Let’s get to know the Fang Sisters, two of the lovely contestants competing to become hosts for the Shockfest Film Festival.
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
A star-studded horror project is about to enter the scene and needs your helps to bring the magic to life.
I thought the shadow figure I saw looming in my bedroom doorway as a child was something I imagined… but if I imagined him, why have so many other people seen the same figure?
Do you remember the 1st time you read a book like Animal Farm or 1984 where you got wrapped up entirely in the story and then about halfway through you were hit with just how big the real-world under-current in the story is? That’s how I felt reading, […]
You know what’s a terrible idea? Reviewing the 2nd book in a series when you haven’t read book 1 and 1.5. You get all the recap spoilers and jump into the drama mid-story. I don’t recommend it. This is exactly what happened when I went to read “Scepter […]
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 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 […]