Okay, first things first. I’ve been neglecting you guys for a little bit here and I have a pretty lame explanation. I got busy.
No, really though—I have been incredibly busy, but I’m a bit disappointed because I have such a huge backlog of content that I’ll be catching up for months (maybe). I’ll sincerely try not to overload you guys here, so as I start finishing things up, I’ll schedule them to post here.
On to new business. Are you a horror fan? Are you a horror-comedy fan? Well then boy, do I have a movie for you.
Make Cool Sh!t, Scare Me (2020) and how my ego exploded
So, there I was checking my e-mail early last week when I saw that I had received an e-mail asking me if I would like to conduct an interview that would cover a podcast by the name of Make Cool Sh!t. I hadn’t heard of it and let me tell you, my friends, that in and of itself is a tragedy. A tragedy that I refuse to let go unremedied.
So last week, I hopped on Zoom with Aaron and Josh and we had a human conversation—check out the end of this article for the link to the interview.
Check out the Season Finale of Make Cool Sh!t
As of this posting, I myself, have not yet had a chance to listen to this one—but if it’s anything like the previous seven, I’ll be bummed out when it’s over.
Scare Me (2020) Official Trailer
My Interview with Josh Ruben and Aaron Kheifets
So, while my ego didn’t quite explode, this was an incredible opportunity to discuss the mindset behind the creation of horror films. In a world where we are constantly calling into question the morality of the people we patronize, this interview provided an in-depth look at how we can still recognize the need to have strong ethics even in the face of stress and seemingly insurmountable odds.
But don’t let me keep you, check out this interview I conducted with these two rad creative guys, then subscribe to my YouTube channel!
Mary has been a writer and artist for over a decade. Her passions lie somewhere between the beautiful and the macabre, but she enjoys every aspect of life. She explores her obsession with the horrorverse and the written word but dabbles in her love of artwork through the digital medium.