I am honored to be a part of the collection – in Volume 3 Scream Warriors – doing my essay on my favorite horror movie – a Nightmare on Elm Street.
The voting is decided on my the fans – that’s you! The nominations are sent via email. Send an e-mail with your picks to me, David Colton, at firstname.lastname@example.org by Sunday night at midnight, March 29, 2020.
You can find out the list of all nominees in ALL categories on the Rondo website.
Please vote! Please support independent film making! Please support me and the other horror artists!
Thank you to Ryan T Cusick for the amazing interview for iHorror, taken during my recent trip to Texas Frightmare Weekend 2019 in Dallas, Texas. I attended Texas Frightmare Weekend last year in 2018 for the first time with my cousin Daryl (Mr. Meathook on Youtube) and the most amazing weekend.
This year was no exception. I just meet the most amazing people at this convention – and this year it was an honor to sit down with Ryan at iHorror and talk about my projects.
Thank you to Ryan T. Cusick for the amazing review of my film LOVE ME NOT. Even though you watched it three months later – that is the true beauty about the medium of film – is never too late to enjoy a good story.
On behalf of the cast and crew, we thank you for enjoying our film and writing about it!
On the set of AD Out, our actor Kory Getman, did a vlog about the experience of being on the set of the show. I think it’s a fun vlog plus it gives you a different insight – so I thought I would share it. Plus my nephew Majd was instrumental in helping him film on set.
Also, the series AD Out, created by Troy Akin will be available soon!
Fearscale is one of my favorite review sites because they find a subject, connect them to a heart monitor and have them watch a horror film. They take those results and find how scary a movie is. I think it’s fun and brilliant.
So far they have reviewed SOUNDBITE and STALK, the first two films I directed for Horror House. Both of those films were about five minutes….but LOVE ME NOT is 11 minutes and we were wondering if we create something that could sustain fear for twice as long. I have to say – I think we did a great job. Check out the results here: Fearscale reviews LOVE ME NOT