Monthly Archives: July 2015

Under the Radar – Absentia

Small budget horror films typically have an uphill battle. In a genre that often relies so much on effects, a lack of money often results in cheap sets and laughable monsters. It takes a smart director to know how to … Continue reading

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(Slow) Progress

I rather wish I had more to report on this week. Between a rip-roaring sinus pain that kept me in bed for a while and a few days of pretty hellacious weather, I didn’t get to work near as much … Continue reading

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Polishing and Rewriting

I spent the last week examining the short stories I want to use for Wind Chill, and it’s been quite an interesting experience. Several of the stories have been on various short lists but never quite squeaked their way in. … Continue reading

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I’m Back

After months of setbacks, The Last Look is finally roughed out. There’s still plenty of work to be done regarding beta-reading and editing, but it feels damn good to know I was able to pull this one from the brink. … Continue reading

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