Josh is a 35-year-old comedy writer who currently lives in Minneapolis, MN. He first got into the horror genre as a teenager, looking for movies at the video store that might have boobs in them. He’s probably seen fewer horror movies than either Matt or Adam.
He’s a fan of the Nightmare on Elm Street series (though he thinks Freddy’s Dead is pretty wack) and the first three Hellraisers. He’s not a fan of torture porn, and is most likely to be genuinely creeped out by supernatural horror like the Ring, the Grudge, and Woman in Black.
He works a square type of day job but this work is a means to video rentals, festival attending, Fangoria buying, horror VHS scrounging, screenplay writing and all other goings on which are much much cooler. He is also a board member of the Austin Horror Society which hosts screenings and horror events in Austin. He has covered Fantastic Fest, Housecore Horror Festival, Texas Frightmare Weekend, Austin Film Festival and South By Southwest.
As time and coordination with the other AHS members allow, he will have various video clips from the AHS TV show and interview segments to share here with everyone from big timers like Jörg Buttgereit (Nekromantik) and Ruggero Deodato (Cannibal Holocaust) to indie types like Paul Davis (‘The Body’ short) and Madellaine Paxson (Blood Punch). His favorite old classic is either White Zombie or Frankenstein, mid-classic is Creature from the Black Lagoon, quasi more modern is The Fog, super indies but super awesome The Revenant or Absentia. I also dearly love genre’ movies in general, anything with the -sploitation on the end of it is fair game.
Matt is a comedian, writer and performer in Minneapolis, MN with a love of horror and extreme films. Matt was too chicken to watch scary movies until his early teens, but has been doing his best to make up for lost time.
Matt’s favorite horror films include The Exorcist, The Evil Dead trilogy, REC, Dawn of the Dead, and pretty much anything by John Carpenter. He’s a sucker for a good monster movie and still isn’t sick of zombies. Matt also goes out of his way to see films that are considered controversial or too extreme such as Salo or Cannibal Holocaust which means his dinner party conversation sucks.
Adam is a Filmmaker / VFX artist from MPLS, MN. Adam had a hard time watching horror movies growing up being deathly afraid of Child’s Play, Troll, and The Leprechaun (this seems more like a fear of little people…) but as he got older he fell in love with the genre and hasn’t stopped watching since.
Adams favorite horror movie (actually movie period) is Nightmare on Elm Street 3. Not a big fan of torture porn, or Eastern horror, but will watch pretty much anything.