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Blumhouse Productions

Blumhouse Productions is a multi-media production company that has pioneered a new model of studio filmmaking- producing high-quality micro-budget films for wide release. Since its launch, Blumhouse has produced the highly profitable Paranormal Activity, The Purge, Insidious and Sinister franchises. For television, Blumhouse is working on both scripted and non-scripted shows including projects for Syfy (Ascension), MTV (Eye Candy), ABC and Mike Darnell. Blumhouse previously executive produced the Emmy nominated and Critics’ Choice award winner The Normal Heart for HBO, Stranded for Syfy and The River for ABC. Blumhouse’s upcoming micro-budget wide releases include Ouija and The Boy Next Door for Universal and the next chapter in the Insidious franchise for Focus Features. Whiplash with Sony Pictures Classics, which won both the Grand Jury and Audience prizes at Sundance, will be out this fall.

BH Tilt

A division of Blumhouse Productions committed to finding and sharing new voices in film. BH Tilt films include The Green Inferno and The Darkness. Follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

Blumhouse.com

Blumhouse.com was launched in 2015 as a joint partnership between Blumhouse Productions and Red Seat Ventures with the mission of celebrating everything scary. Blumhouse.com contains a mix of original stories and the scariest content from around the web, including the latest news on upcoming films, TV, books, games, and more in the horror and thriller genres. Blumhouse.com also takes readers behind the scenes of films in production, giving fans special access to people who create their favorite movies.

Blumhouse.com also puts a special focus on social and mobile friendly content.

Editorial Staff

Rebekah McKendry, Editor-in-Chief

Twitter: @rebekahmckendry

Rebekah McKendry is the Editor-in-Chief for BLUMHOUSE PRODUCTIONS, as well a co-host of KILLER POV, the popular weekly horror podcast on GEEKNATION. Previously, she was the Director of Marketing at FANGORIA ENTERTAINMENT for over a decade. Additionally, she is an award winning horror filmmaker with a number of festival accolades over the past several years.

Rob Galluzzo, Senior Editor

Twitter: @IconsRobG

Former web coordinator for FEARnet, co-creator of Icons Of Fright, co-host of the Killer POV podcast, producer of the official DEXTER & THE FOLLOWING podcasts, Rob has over a decade’s worth of experience writing about creepy things on the web. Top 3 loves: horror, coffee & 80’s comedies.

Greg Burkart, Staff Writer

Twitter: @G9Burkart

Gregory’s fascination with the strange & macabre started early, thanks to late-night Creature Features on TV, vintage horror comics, creepy movie ads and spooky Halloween records. After more than 20 years as a writer and musician, he’s still into all the same weirdness (and more), but these days he usually gets paid for it.

John Humphrey, Social Media

Twitter: @JohnAHumphrey

Ex-Coffee slinger. Occasional wordsmith. Something, something, horror movies.

 

Alyse Wax, Contributor

Twitter: @alysewax

Horror nerd. TV addict. Author of the upcoming book on Friday the 13th: The Series. Contributor to Coming Soon, Fangoria, Shock Till You Drop, and more.

William Bibbiani, Contributor

Twitter: @williambibbiani

William Bibbiani is a professional film critic with a good head on his shoulders and another one in a dish on his desk. Follow him on Twitter at @WilliamBibbiani and check him out every week on The B-Movies Podcast and the YouTube series What the Flick.

Stephen Scarlata, Contributor

Twitter: @xNECKx

Stephen Scarlata is a writer and producer based in Los Angeles known for his work on the documentary Jodorowsky’s Dune & the upcoming horror film Beyond the Gates. Besides being a horror and action film junkie, his two favorite athletes are WWE’s Seth Rollins and LPGA’s Michelle Wie.

Del Howison, Contributor

Twitter: @darkdel

Del Howison is the owner of the Home of Horror, Dark Delicacies in Burbank, Ca. He is also an actor, author and an award-winning editor whose current book is “Midian Unmade: Tales of Clive Barker’s Nightbreed” from Tor Publishing.

Witney Seibold, Contributor

Twitter: @witneyseibold

Witney has been working as a professional film critic since 1996, when he began writing about movies for his college newspaper. He has written reviews and editorials for The Village Voice, Nerdist, Movies.com, Legion of Leia, The Wrap, and currently co-hosts “The B-Movies Podcast” on CraveOnline. His first horror movie was “Poltergeist,” which he saw at age 8, and which scared the bejesus out of him.

Alex Riviello, Contributor

Twitter: @alexriviello

Alex has written about horror games for Fangoria, Birth.Movies.Death., and CHUD. He only plays them late at night with a bottle of Tenafly Viper in hand.

Camilla Jackson, Contributor

Twitter: @themillishow

Australian native Camilla, is an actress, musician and artist with an enthusiastic love of genre and horror films. She busies herself in-between acting gigs with interviewing film luminaries for Australian cinephile group Cinemaniacs, as well as writing contributing articles for horror outlets Fangoria and Sinful Celluloid. She has a particular thirst for horror from the 70’s and 80’s with a healthy love of Ozploitation. Currently navigating the mean streets of Los Angeles, she is producing her own science fiction/horror variety web series, The Milli Show, as well as producing indie films.

Josh Schafer, Contributor

Twitter: @lunchmeatVHS

Josh Schafer is the Editor-in-Chief / Head Videovore at Lunchmeat Magazine. He thinks VHS tapes are the coolest thing on the planet.

John Squires, Contributor

Twitter: @freddyinspace

Trapped in his office, surrounded by toys, and sitting on his ass, John Squires has been writing about horror movies for the past 10 years. He wouldn’t have life any other way.

Jerry Smith, Contributor

Twitter: @jerryisjustOK

A lifelong lover of all things horror, Jerry Smith was forged in the fires of hell (not really but it sounds tough) and spends time writing about the genre online, in magazines and in short stories.:Carpenter and Cassavetes are his heroes and he really enjoys the pleasures of Dr.Pepper.

BJ Colangelo, Contributor

Twitter: @bjcolangelo

BJ Colangelo is a recovering toddler in a tiara turned freelance horror journalist for numerous publications including Playboy.com, Day of the Woman, and Icons of Fright. She’s also an avid musical theater performer and independent filmmaker from Cleveland, Ohio by way of Chicago, IL.