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Michael Aloisi, known to most as AuthorMike, is the author of Kane Hodder’s official biography, Unmasked. After spending a year with Kane Hodder, the two developed an odd couple friendship.  Kane being the fearless, troublemaking stunt man and Mike being a writer out of his element.  Together the two had so many adventures, Mike wrote a book about it called, The Killer & I.  After the release of their books, the two set out on a six-month national and international book tour.  During this time the two got in trouble all over the world, shooting machine guns, getting attacked by elk, breaking into ancient castles in Europe, hand feeding tigers and much, much more.  All these stories and more are told in the blog, The Killer & I: On The Road… To Hell.  
Emmy-nominated writer/director and founder of the Daywalt Fear Factory, Drew Daywalt explores what terrifies us and why, and the anatomy of translating those collective nightmares into the on-screen scares we love. Follow him on Twitter @DrewDaywalt.
Eric Stanze is an award-winning director, writer, editor, producer, and 2nd unit director who primarily works on independent feature films. Stanze began interning on local commercials and music videos at the age of 16, and he entered the industry professionally when he was 18. More info, trailers, and news at ericstanze.com.
Jeremy Kasten has worked in Hollywood for over 20 years - and it is still a daily fight to survive. He is a film director (with his sixth horror film, The Dead Ones, in post-production), and a film editor (his "day job"). Jeremy is writing this lurid and honest blog to hopefully titillate and educate. All the stories are true to the best of his memory - but memory is a funny thing. These will be candid pieces covering directing famous actors, shooting sex scenes with actresses nodding on heroin, financing horror movies, the horrors of movie financing, experiences as a production assistant and everything in-between with a focus on situations that are lessons for up-and-coming filmmakers and indie-hopefuls.  
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