Texas Frightmare Weekend is a wrap, fiends, and it was everything I had hoped it would be. I have a few stories to tell and pictures to share, and then we will get back to our regularly scheduled programming. I took my Suspiria group photo on Friday night. While I was waiting in line to take … Continue reading Texas Frightmare Wrap-Up: Real Witches
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All right, kiddies, here are some of my TFW adventures from Saturday and Sunday. I'll have my wrap-up post a little later on, with some of my favorite photos and stories from the con. I'm combining Saturday and Sunday because I spent most of Saturday waiting to meet Dario Argento. The doors opened at 11:00 … Continue reading Texas Frightmare Saturday and Sunday: Hi, Clown!
Today was the beginning of my first ever Texas Frightmare Weekend, and I feel comfortable saying that it has been one of the best days of my life. I'm going to post some highlights and photos — apologies in advance for having to see my ugly mug. This is the only place where you share … Continue reading Texas Frightmare Friday: Viddy Well, Fiends
Texas Frightmare Weekend is almost here, which means it's time to check my progress on my list of movies to see before the con. To be perfectly honest with you, I didn't know if I'd manage to watch any of these, so I'm thrilled that I've actually crossed some off the list. Opera This was … Continue reading Ed Harris Should Never Dance, and Other Pre-TFW Thoughts
Happy birthday to Jen and Sylvia Soska! The Twisted Twins are the writers and directors of movies such as Dead Hooker in a Trunk (possibly my favorite film title of all time) and American Mary, and they are the masterminds behind the horror game show Hellevator. I haven't seen a lot of their work (just one movie, in … Continue reading Happy Birthday, Twisted Twins!
In a few weeks, I will be headed to my first Texas Frightmare Weekend. I’m beyond excited (have you seen that guest list? Dario Frakking Argento!), but I’m also pretty nervous. You see, I have a bit of a fandom inferiority complex. No matter how much I know about a subject, I’m always convinced that … Continue reading Fake Horror Geek Girl