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Wasted Days and Wasted Nights

Thanks to Freddie Fender

for that wonderful song/title to get this post started. It pretty much explains the month of June and my lack of posts. 237 more words

Writing

Joshua's Pawn Shop: The Buick Eight

The first story of Joshua’s Pawn Shop is now available!

If you find Joshua’s Pawn Shop, you need Joshua’s. Usually, you don’t even know what you’ve lost, but at Joshua’s you get a second chance. 199 more words

Fiction

Sitting in the Sadness

There are moments in life where you feel like you’re in a dated episode of “Twilight Zone.”  I distinctly remember one episode.  There was a man left alone in the world after a nuclear catastrophe.  671 more words

Truth

imagination... its limits are only those of the mind itself. - rod serling

rod serling

one of my favorite writers,

a man who never let his mind limit his imagination.

little golden  t.z. bedtime stories anyone?

wild dreams guaranteed. 6 more words

Life

Shorts Spotlight: The Root of the Problem

Evoking the spirit of classic Twilight Zone episodes, Ryan Spindell’s The Root of the Problem plays on people’s fears of visiting the dentist. Set in 1950’s suburbia, the short involves a housewife, Mary (Alison Gallaher), who suspects that her local dental office might be more sinister than it appears. 110 more words

Short Films

The Pageant

The Pageant is a short comic I wrote, with art by Mitchell Lundin. It originally appeared in Horrific Tales Anthology #2 from Midnight Horizon Comics in 2009.

DHM & Dave Perillo Enter The Twilight Zone Asking, "Will The Real Martian Please Stand Up?"

Dark Hall Mansion has been delivering some highly desirable, officially licensed “Twilight Zone art and today we get our first look at the next offering and it too is by one of our favorite artists.   785 more words

Art