In which I talk about makin' movies.
As a child of the ‘80’s I think it’s easy to say that I am a child of the movies. From an early age I was watching them and grew up in an era when Disney had Sunday night movies on ABC, when a regional ABC affiliate showed Abbott and Costello films every Sunday morning,… Continue reading A Love Of Popcorn
In which I talk about the art and craft of horror and how much I love horror.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XVlUYNtHuBk In which I present my virtual convention set up!
As a diehard Peter Jackson fan my mind blew when I learned he was going to be adapting the epic fantasy series. I had followed Jackson’s career since I first saw the VHS box for his firs film BAD TASTE. There was something fun and outrageous about his style that I adored and in seeing… Continue reading Once Upon A Hobbit
Have you ever wondered what sort of weirdo I was in the 1990's? Before I was an international sensation? Boy are you in for a treat. The following is from an issue of The Eyes of Bennie Bromstein from 1998, which seems like a whole other planet to me. Weird. There's cursing, there's weirdness, and… Continue reading Time Machine Fun! – Bennie Bromstein Stuff From 1998
In which I discuss my favorite Christmas horror films.
In which I talk about my hopes and ideas for horror movie franchises.
There is something about the power of horror that has always held my heart. A mix of the release, the nature of the storytelling, and the craftsmanship Something about how the stories unfold. Horror creators don't get nearly the credit they deserve. It can't be easy to write in a way that taps into the… Continue reading Sharing the Scares
In which I talk about my love of folk tale horror and SCARY STORIES TO TELL IN THE DARK.