Posts Tagged ‘Horror’

Crypticon 2013

We’ve been trying to make it to Seattle for 3 years to join in on the fun of Crypticon. It was great that this year was the year we finally made it, coming from Central New York to hang out with the west coast horror scene.  (more…)

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We are running a contest for 2 weekend passes to Crypticon Seattle on May 24th to 26th at the Seattle Hilton Airport and Convention Center. If you are interested in winning these 2 passes, which will be given away together, here is what you have to do:

  1. Take a picture of yourself in your best horror related costume.
  2. Email that picture along with your name, address, and phone number.
  3. The pictures must follow Facebook guidelines for content, no nudity. We reserve the right not to post photos if we feel it violates the terms of service with Facebook.
  4. We will create a album on our Facebook Page and post your pic there with your first name and last initial. (more…)

20130310_220254Most who walk into our living room, look around with a sort-of awed 20130310_220510reserve. Jason Voorhees is the main theme, with other horror movie stuff taking up the rest of the space, including a Predator bobble-head (the Hulk takes up a lot of space as well). Our collection of Alien and Terminator autographed photos have yet to be put up, with a Machiko-Predator painting in the works to fill the main wall.

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Morgue Anne’s Horror Shots Pin Up Project

Posted: January 31, 2012 by simplytwistedproductions in News
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We here at Simply Twisted Productions are happy to announce our first non-podcast project, “Horror Shots” a series of pin ups of Morgue Anne spotlighting her love of horror and sexuality. We are running a Indiegogo fundraiser page to help us raise the funds to complete this project with the quality it deserves. Please help us with this project, your contributions will go to help this project as well as get you some great incentives. Click on the link below and help out this great project!

Click here to go to our Indiegogo fundraiser page!

Sandy Claws brought me a kindle for Christmas, and I decided to break it in by reading The Darkness by Crystal Conner, which had been sitting as a pdf file on my computer for far too long. This is most definitely a niche-genre book, but it really is worth a read by everyone because of just how unique it is. Conner is one of those women who radiates strength with great intensity, and it shows in her writing. The two women this novel centers around have quite a bit in common – they are both proud black women with great knowledge of the boundaries of science and magic, and both have used this knowledge to achieve great success. Artesmisia is a alchemist turned jeweler, who used the profits from her Bigger-Than-Tiffany’s corporation to run a top secret research lab determined to crack the mysteries of the universe. Inanna is a sorceress (more…)

No Flesh Shall Be Spared by Thom Carnell

Posted: December 29, 2011 by simplytwistedproductions in Reviews
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I’ll be the first to say that I’m a little zombie’d out – After the past few years, it’s just gotten to the point where I’ve been overloaded and just want to roll my eyes at Best Buy commercials and the ever-growing stack of zombie novels on my nightstand. No one can argue that zombies are starting to become a little over-commercialized, but every once in a while there really is a diamond in the rough. That’s where Thom Carnell’s No Flesh Shall Be Spared comes in. I want to throw in a disclaimer right off the bat for any of you who perk up at all things zombie and say this is not the Michael Bay of zombie books, although it does have quite a lot of action and momentum. This is a much slower paced book, but what it takes its time to get towards really is worth the journey. (more…)

ZomBcon – The Tom Savini Panel

Posted: November 17, 2011 by simplytwistedproductions in Conventions, Video
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Tom and Sean from the Night Crew podcast host a panel with horror effects legend Tom Savini at ZomBcon 2011.