How Spider-Man Always Gets Away


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Kingpin: “Nothing can save you Now!”
Spider-Man: “Well, DUH!  The totality of oblivion can’t save anything at any point in time!”
Kingpin: “Oh no you don’t! You! Damn it! You… you KNOW  what I meant!”
Spider-Man: “Obviously! I just defined it! But do you? Your threat is nebulous and YOU know it. You call yourself a Mastermind?”
Kingpin (gasping in frustrated anger): “Let… DAMN! Let him go.”
Schemer: “What? But we have him! Spider-man is literally in the bag!”
Kingpin: “No, no… he beat me with his rhetorical cleverness.”
Schemer: “The Hell?”
Kingpin: (releasing Spider-Man) “Look! I have a gambling problem, okay? I risk everything! Win it all! But years ago I made a… a Foolish bet with Spider-man and he… oh damn it! He’s been besting me out of tight spots ever since!”
Schemer: “Is that so? Well Spider-Man has nothing on me! I can kill him right now!”
Spider-Man: “Hey Schemer, did you know that you’re the Kingpin’s son?” (jumps through a window and disappears into the night)

Kingpin & Schemer stare at each other: “WHAT?!?” *

*true story. Schemer aka Richard Fisk, was the Kingpin’s long lost son.

– Cover Art by John Romita, Script by Stan Lee

Not For The First Time I Realize…


Children Filter Religion … Differently

My young niece tells me that Jesus is taller than everyone else. He’s the tallest person in the world, bigger than the house we’re in, even though he’s invisibly sitting on the couch next to us.

Me: “How does he do that?”
Niece: “I don’t know, but he can do all kinds of weird stuff.”
Me: “Oh.”
My Niece looks at me.
I look at her.
Niece: “It’s true.”
Me: “Okay.”
Niece: He even has a weird head.”

(I suddenly feel at this moment, that I’ve just entered the Undiscovered Country)

Me: “Weird how?”
Niece: “He looks… his head looks… he’s got a head like a squirrel head.”
Me: “Really?!?”
Niece: (with as much gravitas as a 5 year old can muster): “Really, Uncle Eddie.”
Me (clearly impressed by this new world): “I’ve never seen those pictures.”
Niece: “Not for everybody, just me.”
Me (floating back to earth) “Ahh…”
Niece: “He knows I love squirrels.”
Me: “I get it.”

END


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Hey, you’re on a roll, now!

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Dealing With Depression When You’re Not An Expert


Depressed Friend: “I don’t know what to do.”

Me: “Me neither, but here’s a puppy.”

Depressed Friend: “Wow. …Aw, Thanks, man!”

Friend: “Hey, can I have a puppy too?”

Me: “Are you depressed?”

Friend: “No.”

Me: “Then Fuck You.”

THE END


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Plastic Eating Bacteria!


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Jeanny Yao and Miranda Wang enter their College Dean’s office.

Dean Yeager: “Ah! The jewels of our department! Good morning, Geniuses!”

Jeanny Yao: “Ye-ah. Good morning, Dean. Ahem. Uh… you know that plastic eating bacteria we invented?”

Dean Yeager (rolls his eyes in good humor): “Of course. You’re the pride of our University, you know!”

Miranda Wang: “Well… we’ve run into a snag…”

Dean Yeager: “Heh! Heh! What happened? Did the plastic eating bacterium chew their way through their plastic containers and escape into the wild?”

Miranda Wang: “Wow. Yes.”

Jeanny Yao: “Exactly!”

Dean Yeager (stares in dumbfounded silence as the knowledge settles upon him): “Why… but… wait. (Yeager develops a tick in his right eye) You must have held them in a plastic they weren’t bred to eat. Of course you did. You did do that, right?”

Miranda Wang: “We did just that.”

Jeanny Yao: “But it seems they adapted.”

Outside the office, a muffled sound of crashing. Someone shouts, “Aw! Bloody hell!”

Miranda Wang: “Our whole lab is flooded with water.”

Dean Yeager (looks to his office door, reacting to the sound. Looks back to his students, blinking nervously as the potential ramifications take root): “But! But!
(Sounds of catastrophe beyond the door. Yeager stands, instantly overwhelmed, shaking with fury)
WHAT?!?”

Yeager’s Statesman’s Signature carbon black desk – with a modesty front – collapses with a splash as the now wet wood panels fall apart.

His mouth drops open as he stares in disbelief. His carpet moistens and dissolves into a puddle. All of his lucite trophies and the wall frames holding his many diplomas and honors melt or drip Dali-style.

Students (backing away): “We should go now.”

Dean Yeager: “I… I… ! (Swallows. Deep breath) I think you’d better!”

Miranda Wang: “No, we mean WE.

Her finger wags pointing between themselves and Dean Yeager.

Jeanny Yao looks up at the ceiling.

Dean Yeager follows her gaze. The ceiling is swelling and bowing into the room.

Jeanny Yao: “WE  should go Right Now!”

END


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Find it at (AmazonBarnes & NobleiTunes,
KoboBooksSmashwordsWHSmith, and more).
Buy the paperback at Amazon and the Kindle eBook is free!

Make it your project to buy both of my collections!

Buy WILLOW BLUE. It’s my second collection of critically acclaimed Supernatural and Drama Thriller short stories with all of the Weird Sex, True Love, Monsters and Mayhem, you’ve come to expect (or should by now). Available in paperback for $8.00 or in Kindle for only $1.99. Buy the paperback at Amazon and the Kindle eBook is free! The tales will last you longer than latte!

Go outside of the box!

Look for my story Cedo Looked Like People, in the anthology, FEAR THE REAPER, edited by Joe Mynhardt. Available from Crystal Lake Publishing and available in Print for $12.99 or eBook for $2.99.

Also available from Crystal Lake Publishing, the film making guidebook, HORROR 201: The Silver Scream. Reap the rewards of movie making experience from the likes of Myself, as well as  John Carpenter, Tom Holland, Jeffrey Reddick, George A. Romero, Keith Arem, Richard Gray,  the late  Ray Bradbury and Wes Craven, plus many more. $19.99 in Print or $3.99 in eBook.

 

Leni Riefenstahl’s Birthday – or – How Hitler Rose to Power.


Today is Leni Riefenstahl’s birthday.

At Facebook, I wrote how Adolf Hitler looked to early 20th Century people, prior to attacking Poland.
I wrote about why Europe eagerly rolled over for him 1934 to 1939.

I also referenced legitimate, documented sources.

Facebook says that goes against their “Community Standards.”

Exposing how Adolf Hitler rose to power goes against Facebook’s Community Standards?!?

What the Fuck kind of “Community” is Facebook running?

Here is my full post.

Why Did Hitler Rise to Power?

Imagine yourself in 1934. Hitler was far from despised by the West. To the contrary, he was admired. This is how the world looked upon him, prior to the invasion of Poland.

Relatively isolated in a Germany where Leni was able to witness, firsthand, the before and after of the Nazi (National Socialist German Workers’ Party) take-over, they must have seemed like a dream come true.

Hitler, by force of personality alone, ended the economic stranglehold of France on the German mark. He rebuilt Germany into a respected and powerful nation again. From 1934 to 1939 were five glorious years when all of Europe including England, approved, apologized, and fawned over Adolf Hitler. He was doing great by Germany and even the Progressives of the world adored him. How could he be wrong? When Hitler rebuilt Germany’s military and invaded Austria, the Austrians cheered their invaders (The Anschluss)! At the time, Mussolini was Hitler’s biggest critic over this.

WilliamLShirerWhen Hitler invaded Czechoslovakia, it was with the approval of the world (The Munich Agreement). According to William L. Shirer (the only reporter to have witnessed it all – the only reporter who smelled a rat while all the other journalists mooned and swooned over Adolf), in his book THE RISE AND FALL OF THE THIRD REICH (still in print after over 55 years!), Adolf was practically given everything he wanted, every demand he made was allowed. Militarily weak in the beginning, Hitler was always ready to back down in the face of force. But the Austrians cheered their invader. Astounded in all ways by the positive reaction to his demands, Adolf intentionally went over the top just to see where the line was drawn.

He demanded Czechoslovakia, which would smash the Versailles Settlement. And while the Czechs didn’t cheer, the rest of the world (U.K., France, Italy) said, “Sure! It’s yours.” And even Hitler could not believe that he was allowed to take over two countries without firing a single bullet.

Was there talk? Of course there was. And this is how the West saw it.

Say what you want about Hitler, but he’s bringing the world together!

According to Shire, it was at this point that Adolf became a changed man. At this point, he became convinced of his inviolability: his “Destiny”. Now he believed that the world was his, and that the world Wanted Him to rule Them: It was the dawning of The Third Reich. Would there be war? Of course, but any and all fighting would be minimal. The rulers and human vermin may not want to give up their rule, but the actual fighters, the foreign soldier’s hearts, wouldn’t be in it.

Say what you want about Hitler, but the world respects us now. Even Adolf’s staunchest critic, Mussolini, is now our closest friend!

That’s what Leni, who was 12 when WWI began, and grew up in the brutal poverty of post 1918 Depression era Germany, experienced.Leni

She also saw something with the Nazis that was unheard of in every other part of the planet.

Hitler, and the Nazis gave her and other women equal rights! Power over her domain, respected her talents over all others; male high ranking officers actually obeyed her orders – a woman! And they honored her achievements to the world. For a woman who grew up in that era, it must have convincingly appeared like the advent of a Progressive New Age for humanity.

There must be something to this Third Reich because…

Say what you want about Hitler, but women have greater equality here than anywhere on earth.

Plus the Nazis were Socialists! Social Progressives with compassionate, social programs ending poverty, hunger, humiliation, and disease. Free housing! Free healthcare! State controlled jobs for everyone! Sure taxes were going through the roof, but they were rebuilding a Nation that previous Weimar leaders destroyed! No country on the planet is more Progressive than Hitler’s compassionate Germany!

Say what you want about Hitler, but we have free Healthcare! Nobody is homeless! Nobody goes hungry! And the government is going to make sure that all of us get a car! Hard work is now rewarded! Period!

True, Adolf demonized a portion of people, but they were all greedy, rich, money-hording millionaires who secretly ruled the world: Keeping the rest of us down!

CharlesDickensOliverTwistTrue, they were also Jews, but what if Hitler was right? Hitler was far from the first person to say such things about this group of people. They’d been demonized for centuries, in  famous, beloved literature, long before Leni and her parents were even born. Where there’s smoke there’s fire, right? Even Karl Marx who, along with his best friend, Frederick Engles, wrote the definitive seminal works of Socialism and Communism, roundly trashed the sinister Jews since long before – originally tying the evils of Capitalism to Jews (apparently Engels implored him to stop).

And there was Leni, being treated as an equal among men for her unique talents. Was she supposed to believe that the most well regarded Western literature, the best minds of intelligentsia, philosophers, and even newspapers around the world were all in on some kind of ridiculous conspiracy where Jews were concerned?

Say what you want about Hitler but if NAZIs were racist, then why would our closest nation friends be the Italians and Japanese?

And look at what Hitler has accomplished so far! With the blessings of the world that Germany fought against and lost to! In just one generation, Hitler has done the impossible! He used to be the lowest of the low! He came from a poor family and was nothing but a corporal in WWI. He used to be a starving artist living on the street!

Look how far he’s come! No, put aside all your ridiculous criticisms. Hitler is real!

To people like Leni, Progressives and Socialists were the good guys by default. Everyone else must prove they can measure up to that.

Sure the Jews complained this entire time, but they were all “rich bankers” and “corporatists” keeping us down. If the rich hate Hitler, he must be doing something right.

That made sense to people then. Does anyone think that makes sense now?

That was the environment of the time, and it was against the force of this Western thought that President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, one of the most popular presidents of the United States, was powerless. He warned but no one, least of all his own party, listened. It took  Japan’s attack on our forces, killing hundreds of Americans, and Germany immediately declaring war against us in defense of their alliance with Japan, to Wake the West.

END


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Buy the paperback at Amazon and the Kindle eBook is free!

Make it your project to buy both of my collections!

Buy WILLOW BLUE. It’s my second collection of critically acclaimed Supernatural and Drama Thriller short stories with all of the Weird Sex, True Love, Monsters and Mayhem, you’ve come to expect (or should by now). Available in paperback for $8.00 or in Kindle for only $1.99. Buy the paperback at Amazon and the Kindle eBook is free! The tales will last you longer than latte!

Go outside of the box!

Look for my story Cedo Looked Like People, in the anthology, FEAR THE REAPER, edited by Joe Mynhardt. Available from Crystal Lake Publishing and available in Print for $12.99 or eBook for $2.99.

Also available from Crystal Lake Publishing, the film making guidebook, HORROR 201: The Silver Scream. Reap the rewards of movie making experience from the likes of Myself, as well as  John Carpenter, Tom Holland, Jeffrey Reddick, George A. Romero, Keith Arem, Richard Gray,  the late  Ray Bradbury and Wes Craven, plus many more. $19.99 in Print or $3.99 in eBook.

The Great Filter Is Pessimism, Not Reality


Nicely arranged, yet the entirety of the “Great Filter” scenarios, are narrow and pretentious to say the least.
The most pretentious being that any and all life in the universe is a danger to us.
The second being that all life, once advanced enough, is an inevitable danger to itself.
Both of these are based on opinion and not science, even though some scientists have suggested these. These were suggestions based on a pessimistic view of looking at us within an extremely thin era of humanity.
All of the die-off scenarios are based on primitive human experience and specific to human experience (doesn’t take into account the die-offs of other life just on earth).
It’s impossible to say these are “Universal Scenarios”.
So what could be stopping galactic civilizations?
One of the most obvious is one we’ve known about for some time, and has nothing to do with advanced civilizations directly or indirectly killing themselves off as The Great Filter video suggests.
Welcome to the reality of the monsters of the Universe: You’ve heard of Black Holes and Neutron Stars? Mere Vampires and Werewolves compared to the Titan: Magnetars.

 

“BUT… Why have we not met Aliens?”
Does an ant make contact with a shoe and understand that there is a human attached?
Is it physically capable of seeing an entire human at once? Does it think we’re alive or an inanimate object that occasionally enters its domain, same as water, a falling rock, or tree branch?
Do we attempt to communicate with ants because we see that they are advanced enough to build cities and create a society and farm and raise livestock*?
*something our nearest primate ancestors apparently cannot do.
Does a fly lay its eggs in a rotting human corpse and have the mental awareness to ascertain that this is different from any other food?
Does the fact that we’ve had “spaceships” for less than a century mean a technologically advanced life form would also have spaceships (based, apparently, like ours on terran watercraft).
Would a sufficiently technologically advanced life form require spaceships to travel the universe?
A likely and massive part of the problem is our ability to know what we see when we’re looking at it.
Everything we’ve built on earth accommodates humans. Period. Anything outside of human finds itself limited in our artificial environment. Dogs and cats may learn to open doors – or not. Turn on the water – or not. Unlock a door to go outside – or not. Feed themselves – or not.
Pet fish need an environment unique to themselves to exist as a module to our environment.
We build walls, doors, and fences, all of which does or does not keep out various other earth life forms that evolved on our planet – but wasn’t remotely made to contain or comfort creatures that evolved on other planets under entirely different sets of circumstances.
As we’ve seen just in our own solar system, every single planet has its unique set of environmental circumstances.
So short of a xenoform having our own Relative form, Relative height, and ability to be visible within the narrow confines of our limited visual spectrum, how would we know whether we saw an extraterrestrial lifeform or not?
Whenever we choose to step into an environment where we have not evolved to survive, we encase ourselves in a mini-environment that can both withstand the outside as well as provide a portable duplicate of our environment inside.
Does a ocean varmint see a diver and assume that it simply another creature enough like itself that it belongs there in the depths? What is an ocean varmint’s criteria for “Life”, anyway? If it moves it’s alive? That seems to be a cat’s criteria.
Does something see us when we go out into space? Does it also assume we belong there? Does it even assume we’re alive or do we fail to match its criteria for what life is?
Extraterrestrials: How would you know whether you met one or not?


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Make it your project to buy both of my collections!

Buy WILLOW BLUE. It’s my second collection of critically acclaimed Supernatural and Drama Thriller short stories with all of the Weird Sex, True Love, Monsters and Mayhem, you’ve come to expect (or should by now). Available in paperback for $8.00 or in Kindle for only $1.99. Buy the paperback at Amazon and the Kindle eBook is free! The tales will last you longer than latte!

Go outside of the box!

Look for my story Cedo Looked Like People, in the anthology, FEAR THE REAPER, edited by Joe Mynhardt. Available from Crystal Lake Publishing and available in Print for $12.99 or eBook for $2.99.

Also available from Crystal Lake Publishing, the film making guidebook, HORROR 201: The Silver Scream. Reap the rewards of movie making experience from the likes of Myself, as well as  John Carpenter, Tom Holland, Jeffrey Reddick, George A. Romero, Keith Arem, Richard Gray,  the late  Ray Bradbury and Wes Craven, plus many more. $19.99 in Print or $3.99 in eBook.

When I am the Last Man on earth


When I am the last man on earth, one day I will be walking through its ruins.

And on this day a pack of wild dogs will approach me and the leader will say,

Top Dog: “Huh! I knew I smelled a human! O-kay! Well human, there’s gonna be a lot of changes around here.”
Me: “I’m hip, right?”
Top Dog: “Yeah… starting with the new order of the world, us.”
Pack Dogs:
“Yeah!”
“Yeah!”
“Yeah!”
“Yeah!”

“Woof!”
Top Dog: “ahem… Carl’s still in transition.”
Carl: “Woof!”
Top Dog: “get it together, Carl.”
Me: “Aw, he’s a good boy!”

Carl smiles, happily panting.

He gets growls and dirty looks from the rest of the pack.

Top Dog: “We’re not your ‘Good Dogs’ anymore, human! We’re giving the orders around here now! From now on, YOU will be the Good Boy! We order! You -!”
Me: “I don’t want to give orders.”
Top Dog:NEVER interrupt me, Human!”

Pack growls menacingly.

Me:
“I just want to play ball.”

I hold up a bright white ball with a red stripe.

The growls stop. The pack riveted on the ball.

Top Dog: “Hey! No wait-!”

I throw it shouting, “There we go!”

All the pack except the Top Dog run after it.

Top Dog: “No! STOP!

The pack returns, Carl leading the way with the ball in his mouth. He drops it in my hand.

Top Dog (growls at me): “Very clever. Awright you lousy squirrel, fun’s over.”

I throw the ball shouting, “There we go!”

The pack goes running after it.

Top Dog: DAMN IT! NO! STOP!”

Humiliated and angered, the top dog glares at me.

I smile warmly.

Me: “So who’s a good boy, Now?

END

Inspired by a Facebook post from author Jay Wilburn.


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Find it at (AmazonBarnes & NobleiTunes,
KoboBooksSmashwordsWHSmith, and more).
Buy the paperback at Amazon and the Kindle eBook is free!

Make it your project to buy both of my collections!

Buy WILLOW BLUE. It’s my second collection of critically acclaimed Supernatural and Drama Thriller short stories with all of the Weird Sex, True Love, Monsters and Mayhem, you’ve come to expect (or should by now). Available in paperback for $8.00 or in Kindle for only $1.99. Buy the paperback at Amazon and the Kindle eBook is free! The tales will last you longer than latte!

Go outside of the box!

Look for my story Cedo Looked Like People, in the anthology, FEAR THE REAPER, edited by Joe Mynhardt. Available from Crystal Lake Publishing and available in Print for $12.99 or eBook for $2.99.

Also available from Crystal Lake Publishing, the film making guidebook, HORROR 201: The Silver Scream. Reap the rewards of movie making experience from the likes of Myself, as well as  John Carpenter, Tom Holland, Jeffrey Reddick, George A. Romero, Keith Arem, Richard Gray,  the late  Ray Bradbury and Wes Craven, plus many more. $19.99 in Print or $3.99 in eBook.