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Chris Hartley- Site Founder/Reviewer Since creating this site in 1997 out of my absolute obssession with horror movies, which still make up about half of my movie watching diet, I've come a long way and met a lot of people. My first horror flick memories involve seeing 1984's A Nightmare On Elm Street on Pay TV and feeling equally sick and thrilled. And of course the marathon day where two of my friends and I rented five of the Friday The 13th movies in a row (by watching one, running back to the video store for the next and so on...) I also have an unhealthy desire to see every T&A movie ever made in the 80's as well as an extreme passion for all things ninja. Ask me about my theory to get guys to watch "chick flicks" sometime.
My goal, and the site's goal, is to give horror and b-movie fans a reference site where they can come to read quick reviews, read some of our older (not so frequent) articles, and get unbiased and honest views from true fans. Plus, with the addition of a podcast, you can hear us nerd out about various topics and hopefully have some fun in the process.
Josh Pasnak- Reviewer/Co-Conspirator No other genre in film is as varied as the horror genre. The fact that there are psychological horror films, creature features, campy cheese fests, and terrifying real-life horrors keeps me coming back for more. Add to the the vast array of sub-genres such as zombies, werewolves, slashers, mummies, and lesbian vampires and you have me hooked for life. Horror is the genre that keeps on giving and provides those of us who are into it an endless supply of lost "classics" that almost always provide some way of passing a few hours of our time with a bit of entertainment in at least one sense of the word.
I created and maintained my own film review site, Chainsaw Fodder, from 1997 to 2007 where I wrote capsule reviews of movies from all genres. This experience led me to the Graveyard where I have been given the opportunity to write more detailed reviews of horror and b-movies and reach an audience that I am a part of. I also had some experience as an independent filmmaker which gave me some insight on what goes into making a low-budget horror film.
I hope that my thoughts and opinions can help you learn more about movies you have seen and hopefully find a few gems that you may not have heard of.