Review by Frank Errington: Caution: This story is not for the masses. Even if you are a fan of one or more of the authors involved, you may want to think twice. Sixty-Five Stirrup Iron Road is a project with proceeds going to help defray the massive medical expenses incurred by Tom Piccirilli’s battle against [...]
Posts Tagged ‘Jack Ketchum’
The Pittsburgh Film-Workers Association Film Festival and Awards Program is being presented at the 2011 Horror Realm Convention on Friday, September 16th.
Lucky McKee’s The Woman has made quite a controversial debut. At the Sundance film festival one audience member declared that The Woman should be burned and never seen again. Well hey, that makes me want to see it all the more! The film is an adaption of Jack Ketchum’s and Lucky McKee’s novel The Woman [...]