The October issue of Northshore Magazine features a cover story on the inaugural year of Salem Horror Fest written by Carolina Worrell with photos by Patrick Sporleder.
Let’s put an end to the stereotype and respect these majestic creatures while we still can.
“The problem is this: you can never make everyone like a movie, especially my movies. But you can make people that like something love it and that’s the best chance you have of having a commercial hit.”
Serial Mom has two enduring legacies: Waters’ script and Turner’s performance in a film that crossed over into popular culture to become an enduring icon of the weird. 25 years later, the wit - and bite – of Serial Mom remains as strong and relevant as ever.
It’s a classic American success story: an eccentric individual achieves immortality, simply because he wouldn’t bend to tradition.
Recorded live at Salem Horror Fest, here are three podcasts that dissect Ti West’s The House of the Devil, the Tremors series and George A. Romero’s Living Dead saga.