Well, it's been almost six months since I started my second novel and I have finally reached the half way point. I can honestly say that if my life wasn't so routine based I probably wouldn't even be at this stage. Yet, the positives remain. I'm very pleased with direction the story has taken so far and the further I go, the main theme of the story has been revealing itself much more and much easier. Life has assuredly been busy, so believe me when I say that I'm beyond thankful when I finally get a chance to sit down, have a glass of red wine, and continue my story....
Saturday, March 22, 2014
Thursday, March 6, 2014
When it comes to contemporary horror writers or movie makers, I must say that few have impressed me. But, for me to say that there are not those who have earned their place at the pinnacle of Horror's cathedral, would be altogether dishonest. For me to consider anyone's work to be anything else than a sad attempt at trend, you have to be extremely dedicated to the craft. One name that always comes to mind, though he is not necessarily a modern contemporary, is Clive Barker. From the time I was in grade school I thought of Barker's films as nothing short of awe inspiring. 'Hellraiser', 'Nightbreed', and 'Raw Head Rex' were, to me, very ahead of their time both in storyline and special effects. Without men like Clive Barker, I don't believe that modern horror movies would enjoy the same level of interest. Another name that comes to mind is James Wan. He has kept horror afloat with his hits like 'Insidious', 'Saw', and 'The Conjuring'. All horror fans should take note and always give credit where credit is due.