Jerry Janda [aka Horror Fighter] became a professional writer after his promising career as a Shaolin master ended tragically when Chong Li broke his leg during a kumite in the '80s. He wrote his first short story at the age of of 9, and, over the course of 35 years, has shown marginal improvement. He is an aspiring filmmaker, finding the proper balance of mediocre script writing and laughably bad acting. You can learn all about his projects at

Read Our Guest Review of The Guest or a Mysterious Military Agency will Infiltrate your Family!

This is a guest post by Horror Fighter. As a director, Adam Wingard and his collaborations with writer Simon Barrett have grown on me. I hated “A Horrible Way to Die.” (Don’t get me wrong; I loved the plot and the cast, I just despised every shot in the film.) However, … Read More