Ginger Nuts of Horror
ALICE IS ADDICTED TO BURYING ROAD KILL...
Road Trash is a short horror film about good intentions gone wrong. Alice can't help but bury every dead animal she comes across. One day, she buries something she never should have touched and pays for her kind act dearly.
It is the first film from director/writer/producer Natasha Pascetta and music composer James Malone. While watching a scary movie together last year, they decided to turn their love of horror into something tangible that could combine their talents.
Road Trash was shot in the sleepy town of Mineral Wells, TX with the abandoned Baker Hotel serving as a haunting backdrop.
Inspired by Italian and American horror films of the 1980's, Road Trash is a vibrant fairy tale about a girl and her strange addiction.
TITAN COMICS TO PUBLISH HOWLING NEW CREATOR-OWNED SERIES OF THE SUPERNATURAL – BROTHER NASH
WEREWOLVES! TRUCKERS! MONSTROUS CICADAS!
THE UNQUIET DEAD! IT’S ALL HERE!
Titan Comics is thrilled to announce Brother Nash – a three-part supernatural comic series from creator, writer/artist Bridgit Connell.
If American Gods met Teen Wolf and Hellboy on the midnight road to Sacramento… they may well make something a little like Brother Nash, which tells the story of Nash, a haunted trucker who can see ghosts, talks with spirits, senses evil and – oh yes! – is a werewolf.
When the moon is on the rise and violence threatens his friends, he struggles to keep the beast in check, even as he strives to meet his obligations to those he loves.
And when Nash takes on a mysterious hitchhiker heading for Tucson, he and his friends are dragged headfirst into their most dangerous adventure yet.
So grab your shotguns, prime your shortwave radio, warm up the cab, flex those lupine claws, and join the crew for what may be the strangest and deadliest cross-country haul of all time!
According to writer/artist Bridgit Connell, “Brother Nash is about a mysterious trucker out West who gets lost in a supernatural adventure with his two friends, a bumbling sweetheart and fellow trucker named Ray, and a strong-willed ranch owner named Billie. On the road they encounter tricksters, motorcycle gangs, zombies, creepy ghost kids, high-speed chases, giant monsters, redneck shaman, witches... and find out that the lore behind astronomy is alive and roaming the earth."
Debuting in comic book stores and on digital devices in a staggering, triple-sized 72-page issue, Brother Nash #1 also features a stunning A cover by Sanford Greene (Power Man & Iron Fist, Royals, Uncanny Avengers), and an astounding B cover from Bridgit and colorist Luis Guerrero (Rivers of London, Mycroft Holmes).
Completely remastered from Bridgit’s self-published editions, and newly relettered throughout, this gripping, heartfelt tale of supernatural Americana
Fans and retailers can order the first issue of Brother Nash through the April edition of Diamond’s Previews catalogue, with an on sale date of 6 June.
Visit Bridgit in person at HeroesCon Charlotte from June 15-17 to celebrate the launch of the comic, and stay tuned for more information about this title!
THERE IS AN URGE INSIDE YOU...
Dr. Gary Phillips, the resident hematopathologist at Claybrook Medical Center, is a lonely man struggling with the duress of an all work and no play lifestyle.
Burdened with an unhealthy infatuation with his co-worker, a burning disdain for his boss, and an abusive relationship with his grandfather, Gary just can't catch a break.
That is, until a workplace accident ushers in a bizarre, but empowering experience that evokes a new sense of self, forcing repressed memories to surface while encouraging him to pursue his fantasies with unconventional methods.
About the Author
As a child, Adrian Alexander Medina found solace in storytelling, and every day he had a new one to tell. He would go into great detail about his adventures at school, the time he helped Johnny Rico defeat the bugs on Klendathu, or that time he visited Moscow as a spy. As he grew up, he dialed back the grandiose tales of his adventures, but never lost his overactive imagination. A. A. Medina believes stories can help the reader understand the strangeness of life and, at the same time, break up the day-to-day monotony by injecting a sense of mystery, wonder, joy, and even fear. When he isn't melting in the Arizona sun with his wife, Samantha, or being pestered by his fat cats and obnoxious puppy, he is writing his fantasy-horror comic book series Void & Valor and co-running the fiction magazine Aphotic Realm. A. A. Medina can be reached and followed for updates at: Website: www.AphoticRealm.com Twitter: @uglybyproxy