A SLICE OF FRIGHT FILM FESTIVAL invites you to submit your short horror films and scripts to FilmFreeway.com/SliceFest
Submit your film before 9/1/2018 to take advantage of the Early Bird Submission discount
The jury members from A Slice of Fright Film Festival invite you to submit your short films and scripts.
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It’s my pleasure to introduce you to a driven filmmaker, and co-owner of CinemaSlice.com, Michael Welborn! Michael has produced numerous films and videos for the ‘Slice since the very begining os the Slicer-verse. Michael is motivated to create new content that is both cutting-edge and socially relevant– and is an all-around bad ass.
Each project Michael releases further solidifies his foundation as an auteur, and CinemaSlice would not be around without him!
I’ll let Welborn introduce himself… take it away!
“I’m from LA.” That’s what I tell people to sound cool. It’s true! But I was moved to Michigan when I turned two years old so I’m not as cool as I lead on. Now fast forward to the important part, myself and movies.
I don’t recall being overly fond of movies as a child. But that doesn’t mean I didn’t watch or like them:
I just guess I’d expect someone like myself to be in that movie nerd group, but I never have been. Ask me if I’ve ever seen your 5 favorite movies and chances are likely that I’ve only seen 2. I’ve always enjoyed movies but my overall love for them is based on one simple aspect: Storytelling.
It took me most of my childhood to come to the realization that I wanted to tell stories in video form. First possible occupation I remember being enthralled with was Paleontology. I loved the shit out of dinosaurs when I was a kid. I read books on fossils and dug adult human-sized holes in my backyard. Continue reading “Meet the Slicer: Michael Welborn”
On Aug 1st, 2017 we committed to releasing a minimum of 6 pieces of content per week for a year.
One year later (Aug 1st, 2018) and we’re proud to announce that we annihilated our goal!
For 12 months straight we’ve consistently released 6-12 films, videos, articles, graphics, posters, music compilations, and promos per week. That’s over 500 releases within the last 12 months–WOAH!
Just think of the vast ocean of creativity and the countless HOURS of labor that went into constantly creating entertaining content for the Slicers who regularly enjoy CinemaSlice.com!
Before going any further, I need to take a moment to THANK everyone who has contributed content over the last 12 months:
Continue reading “1 Year in the Books!”
CinemaSlice.com is proud to announce our third ever COMIC BOOK RELEASE!! This comic book is part of a short run of digital comic books based on our horror anthology series, A Slice of Fright (or in shorthand: SoF), and produced by Marvin Maddicks, Jr of Night Mistful Comics
This third installment is from the short film, Love Sick, written, shot, and directed by Nic White, starring Ian Squintz and Stephanie Fiest.
Marvin’s unique art-style lends itself to the bizarre story of Love Sick —
and we look forward to further collaborations to come!
Without further ado, we present to you, the CinemaSlice comic book: Love Sick!
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Death Mantis Dan invites you to submit your best songs for consideration in our next edition of the Mixed Genre MixTape series!
A Slice of Fright jury member, Jarod, invites you to submit your short horror film or screenplay to FilmFreeway.com/SliceFest
A Slice of Fright jury member, Ray, invites you to submit your short horror film or screenplay to FilmFreeway.com/SliceFest
It’s our pleasure to introduce another talented CinemaSlice contributor, Kevin Hosey.
Kevin has written 4 episodes of our horror anthology series, A Slice of Fright, is a member of the jury panel for A Slice of Fright Film Festival— and has even designed/produced props for the short film, Hell to Pay.
Kevin Hosey is an author, editor and cartoonist. His short stories have appeared in several publications, including the “Star Trek Strange New Worlds” anthologies (Simon and Schuster), “Hint Fiction” (W.W. Norton), “Bigfoot Tales” (Open Casket Press), the sci-fi magazine “Beyond Centauri“, and the retro sci-fi adventure site 365Tomorrows.com.
Continue reading “Meet the Slicer – Kevin Hosey”