All that withers

Here’s a little fun thing Jeremy C. Shipp has given to us. Instead of the usual Q & A interview, we’re trying something a little bit different here. Enjoy. And be sure to check out Jeremy’s writing. It’s a lot of fun.

 

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13 & 1/2 Things You Didn’t Know About Jeremy C. Shipp

 

1. Everything I know about the past and future I learned from the Flintstones and the Jetsons.

 

2. My shoe size is 9.5. My elf shoe size is 12 twinkles. But in truth I don’t often wear shoes. I’m like a Hobbit, only my feet are hairier and I’m less likely to go on adventures.

 

3. The “C” in Jeremy C. Shipp stands for one of these words: Curmudgeon, Calvin, Christopher, Cacodaemon, Crispy, Cookie, Cullen, Crabapple, Chubasco.

 

4. I live in a semi-haunted Victorian farmhouse full of lazy ghosts who won’t…

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The Horrifically Horrifying Horror Blog

There’s a saying floating around the Internet that says ‘writers be crazy’, or as the ever eloquent Chuck Wendig puts it ‘writers be fucking moonbats’…well there are some writers that go a step further than this, there are some writers that should be locked into straitjackets and only fed decaf coffee so they don’t attempt to chew their novel’s words into the white padding of their cells. These are the types of writers that aspire to be as crazy as Bram Stoker Award nominee Jeremy C Shipp.

Wikipedia defines Shipp as a “writer of Bizarro fiction and horror”, the Oxford Dictionary defines him as…well actually the Oxford dictionary ran out of words to describe how weird he is so they like to pretend he doesn’t exist.

I always imagine Jeremy as something that escaped from one of those boxes in the warehouse at the end of Indiana Jones and the…

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Larry Blamire Returns Again

Look who hand-delivered my fresh copy of Larry Blamire’s The Lost Skeleton Returns Again.

My wife and I just finished watching the film, and I’m happy to say that we had skele-tons of fun. We laughed, we giggled, we chortled. I even shot milk out of my nose a few times, and I wasn’t drinking milk at the time, so that’s saying something.

I was blown away by the sheer comedic brilliance of Larry and the gang. They put the fun in funny and the funny in funnytastic.

The Lost Skeleton Returns Again is indeed one of the smartest stupidest movies of all time.

Larry’s films are an important part of an unbalanced breakfast, so buy yourself a box of Skelet-O’s and chow down.