Meet the contributors and staff of Horror Freak News!
Don Sumner, aka "The Horror Czar", has been kicking around the horror community for quite some time, starting Best-Horror-Movies.com in 2007 and publishing the book Horror Movie Freak in 2010, talking with legends like Adrienne Barbeau and Debbie Rochon on the Horror Freak podcast, and attending countless horror conventions. Horror Freak News represents the best of what we've come across over the years, bringing amazing writers, a talented webmaster and a better handle of technology together for the best horror effort yet.
Erik J. Brown is a horror writer based out of Philadelphia, PA. His favorite horror movies include the original Psycho and Halloween. He also owns a Lovecraftian monster disguised as a shiba inu; his name is Charlie.
I am a NYC freelance writer that has written for various websites, including my own Words from the Master and has been published in Fangoria magazine. Writing has always been my first love and passion. I have been obsessed with horror movies and monsters, ever since I was a little kid and also love other various geeky things and metal music.
Martin moved from the UK to Philadelphia in 2004. He is an avid film watcher, writer and podcaster. He has over 300 podcast episodes to his name and has been writing independently for 15+ years about film. He interviews the makers of independent genre film on his podcast "It Came From the Indies" on NerdyLittleSecret.com.
Monte was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma. A graduate of the University of Northern Colorado, Monte won Second Round Drama for screenwriting from the Austin Film Festival. He directed the zombie short film Thanatopolis, which won the Silver Ace Award from the Las Vegas Film Festival.
Nick Younker has spent over fifteen years working in the local and national media. After transitioning from television to online journalism, he honed in on his lifelong love of horror entertainment and blended it with his unique abilities as a writer. His first novel, "Land of the Hoosier Dawn," has been very well received by the digital book world on Amazon.
When she's not sharpening her crow bar in preparation for the zombie apocalypse, Vanessa spends her time cruising through the city scoping out the best locations to set up camp when the ZA finally does happen.
Josh Millican is the Director of Community at CryptTV, and has been blogging for over 5 years. You can follow him on Twitter @josh_millican for quality horror articles worthy of your attention.
Matt Molgaard is the author of Say No to Drugs. He's written for some of the industry's largest genre outlets, including Fangoria, Relativity Media, and Starburst Magazine.
Screenwriter and actor Michael Klug was born and raised in South Dakota. His top three favorite horror films are (in order of preference) Romero's Day of the Dead, Poltergeist (1982) and A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984). He's been writing since he was 10 years old, when he penned his first short story -- a zombie tale entitled "House of the Dead". He lives in Los Angeles with his husband.
More of the behind the scenes guy on Horror Freak News. My favorite horror movie is Nightmare on Elm Street. I enjoy drinking Jack and Coke and living in the country.