Having just graduated film school from LAFS I would say that this lockdown really could not have picked a worse time to show its ugly head.  I’ve seen friends and family across the country be affected, but I think it really has messed with filmmakers more than most creative mediums.  For instance, if I was a painter, I could sit at home and create piece after piece like I had before (taking income and exhibitions out of the equation) I know a lot of artists wither they draw or paint currently that have enjoyed not being bothered.  Making a film is different though, you need a crew to do it properly.  To help pass the time my closest friends and I created a virtual horror convention “Sinister Cyber Con” and put together a weekend of interviews with filmmakers, actors and had artist demonstrations.  Our goal was to put together an entertaining, fun filled weekend, and the event had high praise. Now, I will work more on films as the lockdown restrictions start to loosen and hopefully we all can get back to work.

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HHN Jukebox #6 HHN 17 Part One The Horrific Network

Today we look at all IP's that were part of the "Carnival of Carnage" during HHN 17. Mazes that featured Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday The 13th, and Texas Chainsaw Massacre are the highlights. 
  1. HHN Jukebox #6 HHN 17 Part One
  2. Campfire Chronicles 5.15 Ghost Ship
  3. THP 228 Laurence R. Harvey
  4. HHN Jukebox #5 HHN 16
  5. Campfire Chronicles 5.14 Monster Squad