Horror shorts are a variable bunch – some have great effects, others have a great concept. Many don’t come together as one delicious whole, though.
But with My Facebook, written, directed, edited and scored by the openly gay Carl Kelsch, viewers soon discover thatsomething that starts with a fairly traditional opening can, ultimately, contain some gruesome, comic gold.
Acted with winking restraint by Christina Marie Thokey and Laurence Thokey, Jr., this tale of a first date overrun by one participant’s social media obsession is fun, clever and contains an ending that will make your very follicles bristle with delight.
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Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!
Climbed a couple of cavernous mountains without protection? Fought off a pack of mildly satanic poodles with your bare hands? Pffft! You haven’t truly lived dangerously until you’ve checked out the amazing artistry of the genuinely amazing Kate Davis!
A prime journalistic contributor for Forces of Geek and an amazingly inventive terror artisan, Davis has recently launched a Facebook page, so that everyone (with any horror loving sense) can keep track of her latest accomplishments.
Her latest article for FOG is, also, pretty amazing. There, in two parts, she chronicles 30 genre epics that opened in 1984. Even the most studly walking filmography is bound to find some info in this fun and sassy expose that he/she previously hadn’t know about!