Bryan Cassiday’s new mystery thriller short story Exit Strategy is now available for preorder on Kindle.
Fired from his job at the IRS, Zachary Bodwell believes someone is following him with the intent to kill him in Bryan Cassiday’s spellbinding Exit Strategy.
In celebration of Halloween, Bryan Cassiday’s new mystery thriller short story Exit Strategy will be published on Kindle next week.
Just in time for Halloween, here’s a new horror story called “Nobody Has a Prayer” by S K Slade, recommended by Bryan Cassiday. If you like horror with dummies, you should like
“Nobody Has a Prayer” now on Kindle.
A vagrant in Los Angeles encounters something even more horrible than his life.
Here’s my Ben Affleck story since he’s in the news, for all the wrong reasons (i.e., being Harvey Weinstein’s buddy and groping Hilarie Burton). Hilarie Burton’s story of Affleck’s louche conduct with her rings true. I know what it’s like to be humiliated by Ben Affleck. He used to be one of my customers in my old job delivering the mail, and I said hello to him once because I saw him in the lobby of his production company where he used to park his Harley (yes in the lobby), and he gave me that Hollywood look that said, who are you, and am I, a famous movie star, supposed to know you? And he said nothing, just looking at me like that, making me feel like something he stepped in. Then again, there might be another explanation for his response–maybe his true personality is as wooden as his performances.
They ought to have a Dario Argento month at TCM, and appropriately it should be during October, the month of Halloween. They have months for all sorts of actors and directors, such as Alfred Hitchcock and Stanley Kubrick, but they never have one for the Italian horror maestro Dario Argento. This is clearly an oversight by TCM. Maybe a write-in campaign for a Dario Argento month would be in order.
Not only has Hollywood slighted Argento for many years, as his films never get wide release in this country, now it is learned that the powerful film producer at Miramax Harvey Weinstein raped Argento’s daughter Asia, according to an interview with her in a recent article in The New Yorker.
Hollywood needs to clean up its act, and they need to pay homage to the great horror director Dario Argento, the man who gave us Deep Red, Suspiria, Tenebre, Bird with the Crystal Plumage, and a raft of other great horror thrillers.
Dario Argento is criminally underrated as a horror movie director. Deep Red, Suspiria, and Tenebre are all classics of the genre, and Bird with the Crystal Plumage is classic giallo, a type of mystery-horror-thriller popular in Italy in the sixties and seventies. Despite his impressive oeuvre, none of his films ever seem to get a wide release in the US. Because of this massive neglect, I don’t think he’s even working on a film at the current time.
I enjoyed the movie American Made. It’s the fascinating story of the scapegrace pilot Barry Seal who not only worked for the CIA when they were taking on the Sandinistas in Nicaragua but for Pablo Escobar and the Medellin cocaine cartel. Tom Cruise has a blast playing Seal, who becomes involved in all sorts of political skullduggery as he makes himself rich plying his aviation skills to work for anybody that will meet his price, whether they be crooks or politicians.
Best line: “Will you step back from my car? I’m going to start my engine.”
Bryan Cassiday’s shocking zombie boxed set Zombie Apocalypse: The Chad Halverson Series now has its own Web page. The novel is fiction, the horror is real. Fast and furious zombie action. Check it out.
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