At this point in my career I have done hundreds, if not thousands of interviews.
The one question inevitably that is always asked being a horror director is “ What truly scares you? “
A lot of times in interviews I skirt hard hitting questions, I think of some clever sidestep and focus the interview on what I want to talk about and not what the interviewer is actually asking…
If you are following me on any social networking sites, odds are you have seen the countless pictures I have been posting from The Vans Warped Tour.
Last week, Emilie Autumn and I, with about 15 others, set off on the road for an incredible journey that no series of photos can accurately define. What started out as an experiment turned to an EXPERIENCE and ended in an adventure of discovery, friendship, and more importantly, inspiration.
I like to pride myself on being proactive… Both in my career and my life… however I have been anything but proactive when it comes to my blog.
I guess I get overwhelmed with how many thoughts I have in a day and instead of just focusing on ONE thought and blogging about it, I shut down.
My News Year’s resolution is to blog more… Not that any really cares what I have to say, but it’s cathartic… I have grown tired of telling Ninja and Chance all of my innermost thoughts…
Truth be told, I am sure they have grown tired of hearing them.
A Family Affair
My life has been relegated to boxes… thousands, and thousands, and thousands of boxes. Boxes and labels, don’t get me started on the fucking labels.
This week THE DEVIL’S CARNIVAL was released to the world. DVD/ NETFLIX/ iTUNES/ HOT TOPIC/ the list goes on and on.
On September 28th, The Barrens opened in theaters, and on October 9th, the film expands to VOD/DVD and Streaming.
It is this writer’s humble opinion that one of the most difficult aspects of being a filmmaker is taking criticism.
There are those out there who will argue YOU CHOSE THIS, so stop being a whiny little bitch, and take it like a man…