It’s time for a trip to San Diego with our comic books in tow!
Two friends go drinking in the woods and accidentally hit a homeless man with a bottle. What could possibly go wrong? This is the predicament given to the two main characters of WHISPER IN THE WOODS, the graphic short story that won Best Graphic Novel at...
The “Sixty Years of Famous Monsters” panel included teases of HAG, BLACK SUNDAY, and WHISPER IN THE WOODS.
It was especially an honor to get to watch one of my favorite horror classics, Night of the Living Dead, up on the big screen. This was the beautifully remastered Criterion Collection edition. It was a highlight of my dorky life to get to experience this movie in a standing-room-only packed auditorium with other diehards — not to mention John Russo himself there as a guest of honor.Sandra Nicander
Speaking with organizers, they stressed that this was a festival and not a convention — while modern conventions have turned into pop culture merchandise flea markets with expensive meet-and-greets, this festival’s focus was the films being shown, with their accompanying Q&A sessions and directing and writing workshops coming a close second.Geoffrey Smith II
Throughout the weekend, dozens of short films also screened in blocks, and selections included films by several local filmmakers like Sean Pettis, who premiered his stop-motion short film Baba Yaga Origins, and Miranda Limonczenko, who directed the Black Mirror-esque short film Sleepo. Many of the shorts were impressive exercises in horror, comedy, science fiction and drama.Charlie Swanson
The SECOnd annual Silver Scream Film & Comic Festival WENT TO DALLAS, TX ALONGSIDE THE FAMOUS MONSTERS CONVENTION!
WE HAD SUCH A BLAST! THANK YOU TO ALL THOSE WHO CAME AND ENJOYED THE WEEKEND WITH US AND SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS, GUESTS, AND FILMMAKERS FOR MAKING THIS ANOTHER MEMORABLE YEAR.