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For those of you who haven't already done so, perhaps you should mosey on over to Classic-Horror to read some of the write-ups I've done for them. I have a weekly feature (soon to be monthly starting in October) called Cold Reads where I read, examine, and review horror in literature. This week's post was for Clive Barker's novella "The Hellbound Heart," the inspiration for his famous Hellraiser series. I have film reviews that pop up there every so often as well, so be sure to give those a peek when they come around.
Is all this simply just a cheap, vulgar ploy to distract all my readers while I sit at home, too lazy to write anything original for this blog? Of course it is! Would you expect anything less degenerate?
But in order to keep you from grabbing the torches and pitchforks too soon, I'll strain my mental resources and try to put some effort into this post.
Nick Hishmeh, that cool cat who's submitted some reviews for this blog, has recently embarked on a noble adventure into the land of comedy. He and his group of fellow writers/actors have a formed an allegiance called WeAreCMen. They have an ongoing series called "Charlie and His Imaginary Friend." And no, it has nothing to do with Charlie the Unicorn! I promise, Scout's honor. The prologue and first episode have been posted here for your bemusement. Enjoy!
The credits for the first episode are:
Director/Writer- Nick Hishmeh
Actor/Editor- Christopher Conkling
Actor/DP- Charlie Islas III
Audio- Christian Kady
This is a stand alone video they created concerning life in Orlando. It doesn't get any cooler than this!
WeAreCMen consists of the following lunatics:
Charlie Islas III
This group has a lot of potential and, as they are all huge film buffs, they get 100% of my support. Be sure to keep your eyes open for any future installments here or on Youtube.
And thus ends this totally entertaining diversion. Let's drink!