It’s my two-year anniversary episode! I talk about fairy tales and their effects on horror with the brilliant filmmaker (and my dear friend) Karen Lam! Check out her work over at karenlamfilms.com! Her short films Doll Parts and The Stolen are definitely influenced by fairy tales.
She has a lot to say about storytelling, mythology, horror, and the film industry. This is an episode not to be missed!
Finally, I really wish to thank all of you who donated to my UK fundraiser, including but not limited to: David Raines, Mark Nutter, Bernard de la Cruz, Kevin Walsh, Briana Malmstrom, Lori Bowen, Jim Wilsterman, Valerie Polichar, Vanessa Dinning, Peter Maxwell, Rachel Brotchner, Colleen Carlson, Jess Moviedromedvd, Aled Moviedromedvd, Kim Forsythe, Mike Beattie, Al Fair, Robert Penny, Verena C Rowe, Strange Jason, Raymond McDermott, Ashleigh Nichols, Keith Allison, Todd Stadtman, Rebecca Louise Webb, Yvette Valenzuela, Nadine L’ Esperance, Tonjia Rhen, Michael Bonomo, Clarice Meadows, Karen W Lam, Adam Tufano, Kevin Kornburger, Jon Grunes, Michael McQuiggan, Allyson Long, Tone Milazzo, and Tyler Ham!
Tyler, by the way, claims that he single-handedly sent me to the UK because he donated the amount that crossed the goal line. Funny guy! He’s also a great FX artist–see his work here. You all RULE!
You can get Little Red Riding Hood by Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs on iTunes.