I have read many autobiographies in my life. I’ve found them to be the answer to that question many of us may have: What REALLY goes on behind the scenes? Some bio’s play it safe and sugarcoat, while others go ALL out, and tell it like it is. In this case, actress Rutanya Alda, has done that very thing, gone all out, and tells it like it is.
Hello there…and hope your new year is starting off nicely. I have been so busy that I am just now able to share with you all the fun and excitement of what I consider to be one of THE great CONS in our area…CRYPTICON HORROR CONVENTION MN…2015. For the past three years I have been invited to promote, cover, and review, one of Minnesota’s biggest local events: CRYPTICON HORROR CONVENTION!
1 - Amorphis “Under the Red Cloud”
2 - Deafheaven “New Bermuda”
3 - Fightstar “Behind the Devil’s Back”
Stephen King’s short story “Nona” was first published in 1978 as part of an anthology called, Shadows. It was later published in 1985 in King’s short story collection Skeleton Crew. Even though Peter changed the title to Love never dies, the story is the same: a story about a college dropout drifter, Steve (played by Reese Eveneshen) making his way through Maine to Castle Rock.
Peter Szabo is originally from Toronto Ontario Canada. Attending St. Martin Secondary School, later studying English Literature at the University of Toronto. After receiving his B.A., Peter appeared as an extra in TV and films. In 2006, he wrote, produced, and directed his first short film “ A Day in the Life of a Psychopath”. Also in 2006, he produced the documentary “Change Now for the Future: Perspective from Guelphs Street Youth”, “Numb”, a music video, and feature film “Dead Genesis” for Foreign and USA distribution.
Patrick was born March 4, 1983 and from the southern city of Charlotte, North Carolina. He attended Central Cabarrus High School, later attending Appalachian State University where he studied Computer Information Systems. It wasn’t long before Patrick’s love for films would lead him to be a part of the Stephen King Universe by making a “Dollar Baby” of his own and his vision of King’s short story, Rest stop.
Stephen King’s short story, Rest Stop was first published in the December 2003 edition of Esquire magazine. It was later added to King’s short story collection book, Just After Sunset. The story won the National Magazine Award of Fiction in 2004.
The horror stories of old, such as Dracula, The Wolfman, The Mummy, and of course, Frankenstein, have been adapted to the big screen and told many many times, in many ways. We all know the famous tale of a mad scientist who reanimates a dead body, bringing it back with the help of science and lightening bolts, better known as the monster, “Frankenstein”!
Author Suzanne Collins mega-bestseller, The Hunger Games, was brought to the big screen in 2012. With sequels, Catching Fire in 2013, Mockingjay Part 1, in 2014, and now the final installment to the very successful franchise, Mockingjay Part 2, is now in movie theaters near you.