Recently my best friend, and fellow prepper/zombie apoc ally passed away. He had no family at all. Covid-19 had been rough, and he was unable to find work, so i've been helping him. but the diabetes was getting worse, and now we suspect he had an undiagnosed cancer.
i am struggling to get him cremated and to pay funeral costs, because without any family, i can't make any decisions for him.
I hear you. This could go on for the next couple of years if people don't wise up. I discovered some nice small indy theaters in Brooklyn like the one we went to to Dwayne's Troma film fest. I also have a feeling Halloween will be cancelled this year.
Yeah, it's been a while since we met up and plus this was the first time I ever went to White Plains so I had to take baby steps. The convention was cool. It was sad to see Sid Haig at a fragile state, but at least I got to meet him one more time. I hope they have another convention with more horror guest. Ernie Hudson was suppose to show, but had to cancel. I'll definitely keep you posted if another one comes. I never been to the Alamo, but like to visit if you got ideas for us NY members to meet up. I'm always on the look out for indy horror flicks from IFC Center, Cinema Village, etc.
Yeah, we should. Sadly, Chiller Theater kinda sucks now with the lack of horror guests and Monster Mania is too far for me. I went to a comic con in White Plains back in May and they had Bill Moseley and Sid Haig in which that would be the last time I see him alive. They also had the actual Ecto-1 car as well. We should try to meet up in like maybe an eatery or big bar. I always thought Otto's Shrunken Head or the Lucky 13 would be great spots to meet but I'm open to suggestions.
Hi, thank you for posting! I am still trying to figure the board out. I look forward to getting your feedback. I do have some cover art for the book. But I am always open to covers. Always looking. Please feel free to message me. I'm not sure if I am posting this in the right spot or not.
The creature had been a human girl around ten years old not more than six months ago. Priest knew this because the Revenant that had replaced whatever the girl had been had yet to mutate beyond the second stage of its maddening life cycle.
Her skin was pale to the point of a green hue which was visible even across the twenty or so meters separating them under the intermittent moonlight. The young girl's gaunt body was covered with a simple white nightgown streaked…