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Bex Martz-Burley, Demon Monkey Craft

This is our Bloody Valentine’s Day episode, just a little late..  Still continuing our tribute and celebration of Women In Horror Month, with a great interview with Bex Martz-Burley, a Horror Cross Stitch Artist, who loves Bruce Campbell and The Evil Dead and she’s also an author now about Horror Cross Stitch Art, “Evill Dead II: The Book of The Thread”!

There is also a list of Horror Movies that say I Hate Valentine’s Day, Horror Movies that have women in Power Roles and not victims..  Bane and MJ’s Movie Reviews of CatchMeKillMe Productions’ short horror films, Fireside Tales and Monkey Farm

Playlist: 

Calabrese – Born With a Scorpion’s Touch

Karen Stever – Green

Jules Marie – As Long As Its Dark

SugarPlum Suicide – Burn Me Alive

 

CatchMeKillMe Productions

Twitter: @CatchMeKillMeProd

Bex Martz – Burley: Demon Monkey Craft Website

                                        Demon Monkey Craft Etsy

                                        Demon Monkey Craft FaceBook

                                        Twitter: @demonmonkeybex

Source Point Press FaceBook

Twitter: @SourcePtPress

 

 



Movie Review: Monkey Farm

A Creature Feature from CatchMeKillMe Productions and director Ian Messenger..

A Found Footage film about a group of documentary filmmakers doing a film about the animal testing research that the medical field does to test out products and medicines for humanity, if it is necessary or just cruel torture to the animals.

During an interview with a doctor, he informs Film Project Leader Ryan (Zach Etter), about an actual facility near them that really did research on animals and that their project might benefit from their visiting and talking to former staff members from the facility.  This sparks the group’s interest to find the facility to get another angle of the story and an urban legend.

I was hooked by this film!  The music and the spooky sounds really help to capture a viewer of this film.  The film group characters were easy to relate with and I sympathized in their curiosity, confusion and terror.  The creep factor was dialed way up by some of the mysterious characters that the group met following the trail “down the rabbit hole”..  The makeup FX were very good and believable!  The story leads you on a ride that takes a sudden turn to fright with no way off till the end.

I give this film 4 bloody skulls for its originality of story and better execution of using cameras for found footage film making.  And the clever horror Easter eggs that can be found if you know your horror movies!  Brilliant!

I highly recommend this film to be watched!

Run time: 1hr 16mins

CatchMeKillMe Productions

Twitter: @CatchMeKillMeProd

Monkey Farm IMDB



Review: Fireside Tales

“Fireside Tales” from CatchMeKillMe Productions is a good anthology of short horror tales, as told by friends around the campfire. During the film, there are four tales, each about 10-15 minutes long, with great action. As to not give anything away, I can tell you that the first story centers around a man they call “Undertow.” I thought it had great potential to go on by itself for a while. “Undertow” has a great Jason vibe to it, and I’d love to see it made in to a full film. The second story involved a man who cuts off a girl’s face, only to face justice by the one person who should. This one had a great Leatherface vibe to it. Story number three, was a small dud, but it goes well with the movie. The bad story actually made the main plot move along, and made it more realistic. The final story is another one that I would love to see made in to a full story.

There are more twists and turns at the end of the movie, and I was thoroughly entertained. Great job by the crew at CatchMeKillMe Productions, and the director Ian Messenger. The cast was wonderful, and this is how you do a short horror anthology. I can’t wait for the wide release on this film.

Run time: Approx. 109 minutes.



Escape Room

With the increasing popularity of escape rooms, you knew it was only a matter of time before someone made a horror film based on them. Folks, that time is now. Bessy Adut’s feature length debut will be called “Escape Room,” and this one looks like it could be fun with a great message.

Here’s the Indiegogo video for “Escape Room”:

They are currently looking for $5000 in funding, and have nearly made that goal. There are some great perks on the site, and we will be giving to this project. Please, take the time to watch the video, and head over to donate to this worthwhile project. We hope to have Bessy on to talk about this in the near future, so keep your eyes open.



Xander Turian

This week, Xander Turian (Our Untold Story, Sargad, Rotten Love, etc.) sits down with us and talks about acting, music, and a mirad of other things. A quick warning, this podcast is VERY NSFW, so if you have little ones, listen to it when they’re asleep. He also talks about graduating from film school and going on tour with Our Untold Story, to support their new debut feature length album, “My Dreams, My Rules.”  https://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/ouruntoldstory

 

Also on the podcast, Calling All Astronauts has a new single out, covering Gary Numan’s classic “Are ‘Friends’ Electric?” http://www.callingallastronauts.com/

 

This didn’t make the podcast, due to Matt’s microphone issues, but Grave Intentions has announced a new contest, where the winner will recieve $500 and will have their work shot to go in their anthology set. You can find out more about it, here: https://filmfreeway.com/GraveIntentionsAnthology

Music this week from:

 

http://www.00tz00tz.com/

http://afallenmind.com/

https://vanillawafa.bandcamp.com/

https://www.reverbnation.com/autumninhelen

 

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Women in Horror Month : Bex Martz-Burley, Demon Monkey Craft

Demon Monkey Craft

 

Bex Martz-Burley is a part of community of Horror Artists that make Horror Cross Stitch Art!

She creates a variety of cross stitch art using a program called PC Cross Stitch to help create her horror art patterns.  She has been working on her craft for about 10 years.  Using her horror creative imagination with a lot of time and patience, she creates amazing horror art that any horror fan would love to own.  She is even willing to do all types of custom orders to accommodate a customer’s interests.

She also wanted to share her love of horror cross stitching with the world by writing a book that is basically a how-to guide to learn how to cross stitch and how to make your own cross stitch art.   The book is titled, “Evil Dead 2: The Book of the Thread“, from Source Point Press.  Publication is estimated for early Spring of 2018!  Be sure to keep an eye out for this book!

Source Point Press Facebook

@SourcePtPress  on Twitter

 

One of her art pieces, “Correcting the Bible”, in in a gallery showing in Los Angeles California at the Hive Gallery from February 3-25 for Stitch Fetish 6!  It is for sell as well as for viewing with other great art from other artists.

The Hive Gallery Stitch Fetish 6

 

Please do check out Bex’s Art work!  I know you’ll find something you will love to have for your Horror Art collection!

 

Demon Monkey Craft

Demon Monkey Craft Etsy

Demon Monkey Craft Facebook

Twitter: @demonmonkeybex

PS…  I bought the enamel pin of the Demon Monkey Craft logo on it because it’s just too adorable to pass up!

 

 



Grave Intentions Announce “Grave Intentions Short Film & Screenplay Contest”

Our friends with Grave Intentions have announced their short film and screenplay contest. From their site,

As filmmakers and screenwriters ourselves, we know that outside of the film festival circuit, most shorts will die a lonely death in the bowels of the interwebs. So we’re helping amazing shorts get the audience they deserve with “Grave Intentions: An Anthology of Chills, Thrills, and Kills.”

The ten winners of the contest will receive $500, and their films will be part of the Grave Intentions Anthology for worldwide distribution.

Also, for Women in Horror month, there’s a special promo code: GRAVEWOMEN

This will get you 50% off when you submit.

From the press release we received from Grave Intentions

One winning screenplay will get $500, with the potential for Death Cat Entertainment to produce the script into a short film for the next volume of “Grave Intentions.” The screenplay winner will also receive a prize package from InkTip.

Deadlines and entry fees:

November 1 – December 31: $35

January 1 – January 31: $45

February 1 – February 28: $50

If you have another other questions, please head over to their website. We are excited to talk about this all year long. Good luck to everyone!



WOMEN IN HORROR MONTH!

 

It’s Time for Women In Horror Month!

i found this great website that does help “encourage supporters to learn about and showcase the underrepresented work of the women in the horror industries.  Whether they are on the screen, behind the scenes, or contributing in their other various artistic ways, it is clear that women love, appreciate, and contribute to the horror genre.”

http://www.womeninhorrormonth.com/

and i guess that does apply to me, as well, since i am part of a horror podcast, that does help promote independent horror projects, artists, filmmakers and such.

check out this website to help give you ideas on how you can get involved or participate in events to celebrate how women have contributed to the horror genre.

 



Hilton Ariel Ruiz

This week, Hilton Ariel Ruiz sit down and talk his new project 6.6.66, and updates ZOmbie with a Shotgun. Also, is there a sequel in the works? Find out. Bane also talks about the documentry called “Fredheads,” and MJ talks “Werehouse.”

 

Also, usually, I don’t get personal in the shownotes, but as of last week, we ran out of money and our Live 365 account has been deactivated. We really hope you will support us on either Pateron or Maker Support. We really need your help.

 

Links:

 

Fredheads Indiegogo: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/fredheads-the-documentary-horror

Fredheads YouTube: https://youtu.be/2s2LRiELq6w

6.6.66: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26Dvy0D24g4&list=PLa2O0Zc18RiJBvYggmhqcJ_hswJ5jEJ_O

Werehouse:

https://www.thunderclap.it/projects/67010-werehouse-short-horror-film

 

Music this week:

Dr Death & Mr. Vile: https://ddandmv.bandcamp.com/

Calling All Astronauts: http://www.callingallastronauts.com/

The Raygun Girls: http://raygungirls.com/

Stever: http://www.karenstever.com/

The Dead Deads: https://thedeaddeads.com/

 

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