FANGO DRAMA FOR YOUR MAMMA, PART 1 In mid-February ex-Fangoria Magazine editor-in-chief Ken W. Hanley said he doesn’t think the magazine will return to print unless there is a new owner. That news — while not surprising given the magazine’s troubled recent history — was like a punch in the gut to 40-something horror fans […]
Haven’t blogged in forever. That’s how I start 90 percent of my posts. With FB and Twitter, crappy personal blogs like this aren’t needed, I know. But, my wife and my little baby son are sleeping and it’s Sunday morning, so I have a few minutes. Actually I can now hear . . . uh […]
As is my way, I’ll blab on for paragraph after paragraph before getting to the “Tony Timpone speaks” part. Background There were lots of waves last month when news came out that legendary Fangoria magazine editor Tony Timpone was no longer at the mag’s helm. The change came after what seemed like a tumultuous time […]
I was going to call this post “My Dead Blog.” I don’t blog anymore, as my tens of readers in the last six months have noticed. I blame Facebook and Twitter. It’s so much easier to throw random statements out there. There’s no thought required. No need for structure, context, supporting arguments, let alone spelling. […]
I haven’t blogged since July. It shows in my stats. I had zero page views Sept. 9. I mean, that’s hard to do. I’ve been busy preparing my entries into the various Light & Dark contests. One of their actors died, they keep reminding us. Speaking of death, Halloween’s coming up, I’m told. Two years […]
Tons of quick videos from this month’s Monster Mania and Fangoria Weekend of Horrors: Check ’em out!
Hey my name made it into a movie!
UPDATE: I explained myself to RobG, we’re cool. Uh oh. My bottom-feeding big mouth has apparently pissed off noted horror journalist RobG of Icons of Fright. I blame Twitter. A few months ago, Rob, through his Twitter account @IconsRobG, posted about how he kept getting recognized at a horror con. I thought it was cute. […]
Let’s face it. Twitter has killed blogs. Therefore, I have arranged my blog so that my Twitter feed is among the first thing you see when you load this page. See? There it is, on the right ———————————————————> You’re welcome.
Judah Friedlander show us what’s in his shopping bag at the 2009 Fangoria Weekend of Horrors in New York City.