Tori has had a passion for Horror and music ever since she was a little girl. She got bit by the writing bug in high school where she was involved in both the school newspaper and the yearbook. While getting her Bachelors degree, she took Journalism and Creative Writing classes where her passion grew even stronger. Now, in between work and family, she spends all of her spare time indulging in music, Horror movies, and nerdy fandoms, all while running/assisting one of the biggest Horror groups on Facebook and writing for various websites.
Hiding out in the lonely Quiet Corner in Northeastern Connecticut, Tracy Allen has been an avid horror movie since she was a young girl. Growing up in the '80s, Tracy has lived through many a change in musical stylings and movie trends, and uses that history to come up with as many colorful, well-rounded reviews as possible.
Evan Romero has been a horror fan since watching “Leprechaun” at the age of five. Aside from watching and writing about horror flicks, he delights in torturing friends with Z-grade movies. He’s also an unabashed Andy Milligan fan, God help him.
I'm a movie reviewer and aspiring filmmaker from Danville Illinois. I'm currently writing my first horror screenplay. Some of my favorite films are Return of the Living Dead, Evil Dead, Gravy, Tales of Halloween, Shaun of the Dead and Dead & Breakfast. I'm very passionate about indie horror.
Nikki has always been a fan of all things horror. At the ripe age of four, she became an instant Freddy Kreuger fan and the rest is history. She has aspirations of writing a horror novel someday so writing horror articles is right up her alley! She currently resides in Des Moines, Iowa with her boyfriend and two dogs.
Seth is a writer and musician living in Los Angeles. When not explaining to strangers why John Carpenter's The Thing is the greatest horror movie ever made (trust me, it is), he's usually playing violin or hanging out in record store clearance sections. You can find him on Twitter and Facebook!
Scott Crawford has been a fan of horror since he was about 7 years old when he was first introduced to Return of the Living Dead. He is an avid collector of horror DVD's and Blu-rays and other horror memorabilia. His favorite genre of horror is slashers and Giallos. He is a lover of low budget indie horror, along the lines of Troma. He is also a co-host on a horror movie podcast called The HorrorDrunks Podcast and is an admin of a Facebook movie page called Talking Films. He loves to chat with fans of all cinema, especially horror.
Dani loves horror movies ever since she saw Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers with Danielle Harris. She loves vampires, her favorite movie is Interview with a Vampire. She reads constantly and mostly books about the supernatural and is also a paranormal investigator.
Fell in love with the horror genre when his mom left the tv on HBO one night just as a Tales from the Crypt Marathon came on, followed by Aliens! Has had a handful of experiences that has left him with an overall dark sense of humor that is contrasted by his positive outlook on life! Likes to use exclamation points!
I am a passionate two-dimensional artist and writer but most of all a very admiring lover of the art of story telling and therein of course film (or i should say movies rather). At the center of my passion for all art, lies horror. In my opinion horror is a genre, in the world of art, that allows one to express some of the most beautiful and moving human characteristics that could be expressed in no other manner and moreover it allows one to express some of the most scarring and jarring creations imaginable that give its audience an experience that could never be matched in a genre with less expressive freedom (no offense). As a fun fact, my favorite movie is 'The Thing' directed by John Carpenter.
Gus is a horror nerd with a love of giallo, Vincent Price, and any horror movie that takes place in a hospital. He's always willing to talk Top 5 Horror Movies with anyone and really, really wants you to know that Hostel is better than you think it is.
At 5 years old i was catapulted in to the horror genre and have had no desire to ever leave it. I'm 26 years old with a great sense of humor and a thirst for the horror industry that just will never be quenched. I have a horror review site of my own called cabinintheweb reviews and when I'm not writing about, or watching, horror films, I am spending time with my spouse and my animals.
I love a good scare. I have a collection of over 500 horror movies and I am an avid reader as well. I love my boys Michael, Jason and Freddy. I love Stephen King. I am super proud I own the entire Tales from the Crypt series. I also have a great Funko horror collection going.
Currently, I am working on short stories to hopefully publish in the near future.
I live in Illinois with my husband and cats..who share my love of horror.
You can also find me on Facebook.
I basically grew up watching horror films and spooky things. I watched my first horror film when I was 4 years old. I've wanted to be a writer ever since I've read Stephen King books in middle school. I love writing and talking about my favorite genre. I hope to one day be successful in screenwriting and filmmaking. Everything horror, of course!
you can also check out my blog at www.thehauntedmindofkarliray,wordpress.com
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Kira Barker lives in Des Moines, Iowa and grew up watching horror films as a young kid. She has a love for all films but the horror genre is especially sentimental to her. She loves discussing and learning about new ones. So reach out to her on Facebook or Twitter!
Lacy Lou has had a love for horror movies pretty much since birth! If you ever need a horror trivia question answered she's your girl!!! She is obsessed with the movie Scream and even has a Ghostface tattoo to prove it! She loves to write and make new friends that share the same interest.
My name's Matt, and I love all things horror. Books, movies, video games; you name it, I like it. Martyrs is my favorite horror film, and everyone should watch it. I also have a soft-spot for those cheesy 80's slashers. I'm still slightly convinced that Faces of Death is real.
Having earned a bachelor's degree in communications with a focus in PR and journalism from Goshen College, I express my passion for films, shows and novels in the form of writing. From me, you can expect critical breakdowns of story lines, plots, character development, as well as other storytelling principles. Beyond the basics, lesser known details and behind the scene fun facts are interwoven into my news and review articles, which will come as a delight to any fans who share my passion.
Hailing from a city known for Motörhead's Lemmy and pottery, Sean's exposure to horror came at an early age when he saw an overpriced VHS version of The Lost Boys. Like a true Brit, he's sarcastic, over-opinionated and thinks he's funnier than he actually is. His preferred sub-genres of horror are found footage and gore. Lots of gore.
Samantha McCabe is a Capetonian, South African born aspiring self-taught artist/photographer and editor who stems from a creative and artist background. She started as a Ballerina and dancer of other mediums at a young age along with art and photography, having parents in the photographic industry.
She worked in the film/media industry for a few years, starting as a movie extra and moving upward to producing an African Horror short indie film with her husband, who is a British born director and author.
She has a small art collection that is ever expanding and has a few years editing experience which involves conceptual art and conceptual writing for ongoing projects with her husband. Teamwork makes for an interesting concoction of creativity and the challenges are rewarding.
Sharing her individuality through creativity is all-inspiring and hopefully will inspire others to express themselves in a positive and creative way.
Tim Miller is a horror author with over 40 books in print in the U.S. and Germany. He lives in Texas which provides him lots of scary locations and ideas to pass on to his readers. His trusty sidekick, a chihuahua named Sancho, sits by his side and supervises his writing activities.
Todd Wheeler is an accredited critic with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and Literature from Marshall University. As an avid horror fan, Wheeler often attends conventions, writes horror short-fiction, and dabbles in literary and film criticism...the constructive kind!
Wade is a wannabe artist and musician (operating under the moniker Grandpa Helicopter), and an occasional radio DJ for WMTU 91.9 FM Houghton. He is an occasional writer for Undead Walking, and also makes up various blogs of his own. He even has a few books in the works. Then again, doesn't everyone?