Now, I'm a sucker for adaptations of comic book properties, and will admit that the characters that inhabit Riverdale have a great deal of sentimental value for me. I mean, I think Riverdale is the place I like to think of Heaven bein' kinda like. Everyone's eternally young, and the only things that change are the fashions...and they're about five years behind most decades. An idealic American everytown where
Updated 03-30-2011 at 02:38 PM by Hong Kong Cavalier
The last week has shown incredible stabilized growth with our favorite website. We have hit record numbers of over 1,000 visitors a day and maintained that level for an unparalleled 12 consecutive days.
Even more exciting is that we are averaging about 4,700 page views over the same period of time.
No. These numbers do not represent a 1.5 second equivalent on Facebook, but the numbers are no less spectacular considering where we have come from in a short period
On March 26, 2011, HorrorHound Weekend in Indianapolis hosted an amazing reunion (with special thanks to Mike Baronas for organizing it): "House by the Cemetery" 30th anniversary. On hand to answer questions were: Catriona MacColl, Carlo de Mejo, Giovanni Frezza, Dagmar Lassander and Silvia Collatina.
Here are the highlights:
* Dagmar Lassander recalled a time while shooting "Black Cat" that she arrived at the airport in London and luggage had to
March 26, 2011 a panel of five slasher villains of the 1980s met in Indianapolis to talk about killing people on-screen. They were Ted White (Friday the 13th Part IV), Derek MacKinnon (Terror Train), Wayne Doba (Funhouse), Bob Elmore (Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2), and Peter Giuliano (The Prowler).
* Ted White was asked to read 3 pages of dialogue for his audition. He was then offered the part of Jason, who has no dialogue. He turned it down. Shortly thereafter,
For any fans of Killer Klowns from Outer Space, you have to check out my interview with the Chiodo Brothers:
But also, I am writing live from my hotel room at HorrorHound Weekend Indianapolis. Yesterday, March 25, 2011, I sat in on a Q&A with four of the cast of KIller Klowns: leads Suzanne Snyder and Grant Cramer, klown Harrod Blank, and stuntman Mike Martinez. A summary of that event is here: