The Seventies were filled with long lasting movie scares from unexpected sources.
Since rebuilding my Powersurge Blog after almost a decade, I contemplated what to first write about. I drew a blank, and this blog has sat empty for weeks. I don’t want to do reviews here, I can do that all day long at my podcast or for a publication I’ll get paid to write for. So what to do… what to do…
Here's a silent teaser... And now, behold, the trailer for BELLA'S BOYS... Music performed by Joe Altier (c) 2015 from a song by Jimmy Page & Robert Plant (c) 1969 (but they probably stole it from someone else.) 2015 Art By Francois Vaillancourt (c) 2018. Animation of Mr. Vaillancourt's art by Rita Goodell.
Twin Magic And How Good Art Will Have Multiple Interpretations
I'll never forget the morning of September 11, 2001.
MY FAVORITE FILMS OF 1981 ARE SOME OF THE MOST INFLUENTIAL ON POP CULTURE, TO THIS DAY.
THE EIGHTIES BEGIN WITH TIME TRAVEL, HISTORY, AND THE BIRTH OF THE MOST SUCCESSFUL FILM FRANCHISE IN HISTORY
MY top 3 movies of 1979. Cosmic and Ecological horror made this year special on the screen and page.
My Favorite Movies of 1978. A remake, an adaptation, and the most successful independent film of all time... and they're all traumatizing!
Killer Con 2021 has come and gone...
It's time for the Annual Scares That Care Charity Weekend in Williamsburg, VA.
Look at this Fabulous review of Stranger Than Friction issues 1 & 2. My story GIANTS, a tie-in short to my most recent book THE GOD PROVIDES, is featured in issue 2.
Tim Murr walks the path of most resistance when it comes to DIY publishing. Having debuted his first collection Destroying Lives for Fun and Profit over 25 years ago before founding St Rooster Books. Managed with his wife Stephanie, St Rooster Books regularly releases anthologies and horror novellas. Uplifting writers with a unique flair for horror with e-readers or a print-on-demand service. Remaining loyal to the palpable connection with art, Murr also released the physical magazine, Stranger With Friction. A quarterly publication offering outsider literature for those inspired by horror, comics, and punk rock.
The first few issues offer a variety of regular columns and personal essays. Diving into horror franchises like The Texas Chainsaw Massacre and various albums of Black Flag and Alice Cooper. Chris Cavoretto of Werewolves in Siberia, contributes a dissection of punksploitation soundtracks like Repo Man and Return of The Living Dead. SWF also examines…
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