Tim Waggoner Author of What Once Was Flesh From the Anthology Collection of Michael West’s Vampires Don’t Sparkle Guest Post The Genesis of “What Once Was Flesh” “Where do you get your ideas?” is the most common question writers are asked. (Followed closely by “Do you know Stephen King/Stephenie Myer/J.K. Rowling?” and “How much do… Read More ›
Cannes Film Festival 2013
Army Senior Sergeant Accused of Sexual Abuse Yet another senior military member who heads up a sex abuse prevention program is accused of sexual abuse in Fort Hood, Texas.
Billie Sol Estes Legendary Texas Huckster Dies at 88.
Beyonce, Is She Pregnant? Hey guys, this is an example of the articles I’m writing for The Guardian Express. If you like these, I’ll start to feature them on a more regular basis. thanks.
Reblogged from Films and Things: Most businesses, films and professional individuals make use of multi platform media these days because it’s a good way to gain publicity, promote a professional portfolio and most importantly gain an audience for your work. Lots of people use Facebook and Twitter now, and people rely on websites more than… Read More ›
Reblogged from Films and Things: A recent news article that I had the misfortune of stumbling across earlier today has raised a few questions in my mind about what on earth this world is coming to. A human rights lawyer (also bear in mind that said human rights lawyer is in fact a woman) has… Read More ›
Reblogged from Films and Things: The Three Flavours Cornetto Trilogy are three films directed by Edgar Wright, written by Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg and starring Simon Pegg and Nick Frost. The third and final film in the series has been announced, so I thought I’d take a look back at the other two films in my excitement and anticipation for the third. The… Read More ›
Reblogged from MikesFilmTalk: This is quite possibly the best post-apocalyptic film I have ever seen. Stake Land was co-written by Nick Damici (Mister in the film) and Jim Mickle (director) and it is brilliant piece of horror Americana. Jim Mickle’s direction is practically flawless, he leaves no loose threads and at no time did the film meander. This was… Read More ›