Giving Credit to Where Credit is Due

It amazes me how some articles are written by people who don’t know jack- same with reviews- maybe that’s why most horror films aren’t screened for critics. Even though a recent article in the Sunday edition of the LA Times was very kind to our beloved genre in a huge two page article, they made one mistake- showing they don’t know sh-t about the genre! There is a duel reason for this post, first is to show you guys how powerful the horror industry has become and second is for me to say thank you to special people who weren’t even mentioned in the article. Peter Block and Eda Kowan of Lions Gate Films are two major people in the horror industry and they were completely left out of this article. Read on for the article and a few comments, if you care…

Since the LA Times has no clue what’s going on, I wanted to take it upon myself to thank Eda Kowan and Peter Block for the huge risks they’ve taken over the past year, especially Mr. Block for putting his balls on the line with Saw and Open Water. So the LA times will continue to prove that horror movies shall forever be “not screened for critics”…