Friday, October 31, 2008

Make Your Horror Movie Already Will Ya?

As I did in this post, I now advise you there are no excuses not to make your horror movie.

But to follow Will Dixon's advice: Just make it something original.

Guys and gals,

Being the wonderful old fart that I am I have to tell you that the internet is such a resource to get things done. Back in the old days, it would have taken me years to compile all the information and tools and contacts that I can marshal in mere minutes today. The internet is there - reach out and use it.

I have a story coming out in the next issue of Astonishing Adventures. The story is by me with illustrations and character concepts by Rolf Lejdegard. He is in Amsterdam. We have yet to meet face-to-face.

I have several web projects in development with folks from everywhere - Atlanta, New Jersey, Toronto, Vancouver, Los Angeles...

I have a Top Secret future-thinking project in the works, that I don't want to spoil except to say that we could all be working together.

And I'm in the process of launching what I hope will be the...oops!

Almost let that one slip!

But back to the point: Connect, learn, grow, pulp. It is the future of horror.

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