Time to talk about real life fear this week. I talk about fear all the time, but it’s almost always been in the context of entertainment and pop culture. What scares us when we’re reading a novel?
Where do we draw the line? It’s a question that comes up all the time with horror fans.
Who was the best Horror filmmaker of the 1700’s? Francisco de Goya, that’s who.
A friend recently posted on my facebook page that we need a great new horror villian. Someone like Michael Myers or Jason Voorhees or Freddy Krueger. Then they good-naturedly asked me to get on it.
You write a movie three times, as the saying goes. Once when you write the screenplay, once again when you shoot the film, and finally again in the editing room.
Meeting people in the horror community is a funny thing. Good, but funny.