Once upon a time...
Once upon a time, long before the first word was hammered into stone, man told beautiful stories. Storytelling is one of the oldest arts in human history, and it has the immense power to cross any border, to bridge any sea, and to resonate across thousands of years. It transcends barriers of language and culture, spreading imaginary worlds from continent to continent, living on in people’s minds, and preserved by whatever technological means are available
There’s something about Brighton…
There are only a few days left until we set off for the World Horror Convention 2010 in Brighton.
ConstructingHorror.com will of course be attending, and you can keep track of our actions during this exciting week by reading our ALL NEW BLOG, where we today have some very interesting news!
As you can see above in the menu field, we have closed the forum for the time being and replaced it with the blog.
So hang tight and check out the blog for updates during the coming days!
The World Horror Convention
Constructinghorror.com will be attending The World Horror Convention in Brighton, England, March 25th – 28th 2010.
If you are there and want to meet up, then just drop us an email and let’s get together for a bag of chips on the pier!
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO!
Vampires for X-mas
Read our interview with the horror author who rocked the world of vampires, updating the mythology – John Ajvide Lindqvist. Check out Michael McGlasson’s tips on basic horror screenwriting elements – and listen to two new audio interviews. Award winning horror author Tim Lebbon and Professor David D. Gilmore.
And have yourselves a Merry Little Christmas and a Happy New Year.
Horror without music score?
How does a movie sound before it has been scored? How would you envision key scenes and defining moments without the thematic cues? What does a director want to be heard as his movie unfolds? And how does that valuable ingredient of the score come to life?