Giovanni Gelati's Blog – October 2011 Archive (24)

Did Someone say FREE? Yes Come and get, “Call Me Smitty” free

FREE! FREE! FREE! Yes I wrote free. B.R. Stateham, the author of “Death of a Young Lieutenant”, “Roland of The High Crags: Evil Arises” ,and the “Call Me Smitty” Series, is offering the first in the “Call Me Smitty” series, “The Beginning” for free, no strings attached, just email me or B.R. Stateham to get it. We are more than happy to hit you with it.

Why you ask is he willing to do this? What is the catch? I mean really, come on.…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on October 7, 2011 at 10:23am — 1 Comment

Sex, Murder, and Voodoo, in new Big Easy romantic horror

Alexandrea Weis makes New Orleans dark side sizzle in “The Keeper of the Dead”

NEW ORLEANS – This second installment of Alexandrea Weis’s “NOLA Series”, “The Keeper of the Dead” , has Angele Soule’s quiet job as Director of Cemeteries turned upside down when body parts of a coworker begin appearing in front of the tomb of the famous Voodoo Queen,…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on October 7, 2011 at 12:35am — No Comments

Sex, Murder, and Voodoo, in new Big Easy romantic horror

Alexandrea Weis makes New Orleans dark side sizzle in “The Keeper of the Dead”

NEW ORLEANS – This second installment of Alexandrea Weis’s “NOLA Series”, “The Keeper of the Dead” , has Angele Soule’s quiet job as Director of Cemeteries turned upside down when body parts of a coworker begin appearing in front of the tomb of the famous Voodoo Queen,…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on October 7, 2011 at 12:35am — No Comments

Part One: David Hoof "Elements of a Great Horror Story"

David Hoof is the author of “Sharpshooter” and the soon to be released full length horror novel “Landfill”. He was nice enough to give us his thoughts on what makes a great story. After all this is the “Harbinger of Horror”

 

 

REQUIREMENTS OF GOOD HORROR

 

(+ ) where Landfill has this where other horror films don’t or where this feature in Landfill exceeds or surpasses its use in most other horror films.

 

1. (+) An…

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Added by Giovanni Gelati on October 6, 2011 at 1:06am — No Comments

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