Ted Brown

I eat, breath, and live the horror genre. Gore translates to beauty, and terror the gateway to happiness.

Happy Friday The 13th!! F13 Origins

When the thirteenth day of a month falls on a Friday, superstition says it will be a day filled with bad luck. In the Gregorian calendar, this day occurs at least once, but at most three times a year. Where does the fear of Friday the 13th originate from? That’s a hard case to crack […]

Retro Review: Asylum (1972)

Retro Review: Asylum (1972)

Anthologies have always been a personal favorite of mine; I grew up hooked on series such as Amazing Stories, Monsters, and of course, the infamous Tales from the Crypt. One of the hardest things to pull off with an anthology film, is creating an interesting and easy to follow plot to connect each of the […]

Dead Winter Con 2012: Blood stained Bluegrass

Dead Winter Con 2012: Blood stained Bluegrass

Dead Winter Con, taking place in London, Kentucky, the home state of the founding members of The Liberal Dead, is amping up to be one hell of a get together for die-hard horror fans. Taking place on February 17th-18th, I will be attending on behalf of The Liberal Dead covering the entire convention while celebrating […]

Hack Job (2011) Review

Hack Job (2011) Review

Hack Job, written and directed by James Balsamo, is a horror/comedy about two hardcore horror fans, James and Mike. Tired of art films taking way the credit that horror films deserve, the duo receives a script from the Devil to make the greatest horror film ever made. The script consists of three short stories, the […]

Zombies, Love, and Laughs: Deadheads (2011)

Zombies, Love, and Laughs: Deadheads (2011)

Deadheads directed by brothers Brett and Drew Pierce, is about a young man named Mike who suddenly wakes up in the back of a weird transport truck that has crashed into a cop car exposing the small town to a chemical that starts a zombie uprising, soon Mike figures out he has joined the ranks […]