Friday, August 7, 2009

Authors/Guest Writers.


SWEETREVIEWER: is a Freelance Writer/Paralegal with a passion for law,writing and anything horror. She started the Horror Blog with the intention of promoting and showcasing amazing, talented authors that deserve recognition. She has contributed at The Horror Press with Movie Reviews and Horror News. Here are some sites that she currently writes for the following sites
Has written for AssociatedContent/Yahoo Contributors Network and

Her buisness webpage is

RICK ROMANOWSKI: is a Horror Movie reviewer and aficionado based out of Chicago. His first encounter of his love for horror took place when he saw “The Thing” and “The Blob (1988)” he was so frightened that he started watching Goosebumps. He then graduated to The X-Files and soon after to hardcore horror flicks. Rick loves writing reviews and critiquing horror flicks. Rick wants to become a filmmaker and an editor. He loves rock and roll ranging from the 1950 to now. He has been an avid fan of collecting movie soundtracks mainly horror, which he analyzes. He is what you would call a collector of anything horror and calls himself a " huge geek when it comes to movies in general." Rick contributes Horror Movie reviews for and has a regular blog at

CS DEWILDT: Has contributed to The Horror Press with a Short Story called Masterpieces.
He has been writing stories for a long time and just recently felt they were getting good enough to submit for publication. Amongst the multitude of rejection letters a few people have been good enough to publish his work. Though he writes about anything and everything, horror has always had a special place in his heart as he grew up on Commander USA's Groovy Movies, The Twilight Zone, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, and Stephen King novels. His dream is to just keep living and writing.
He Has A Story called COULROPHOBIA CATHARSIS Published in He will have a story published in Bartleby Snopes later this month and has had another accepted by Ruthless Peoples Magazine for publication sometime in the next couple months. Contact:

CHRIS WARD:  Chris Ward is a lifelong fan of movies, particularly horror/exploitation and action, and metal.  His love affair with the dark side began at a very young age when his father put on a video of 'An American Werewolf in London' to act as a substitute babysitter.  Since then, his tastes have broadened. Chris is a fan of everything from the Universal monster movies of the thirties through to the current crop of extreme European cinema, with particular favorites being the Romero zombie movies, 'The Texas Chainsaw Massacre', the so-called 'video nasties' of the eighties, 'Hellraiser', 'The Hills Have Eyes', 'Re-Animator', 'The Evil Dead' and 'Martyrs'.  He is also a massive Stallone fan and cites 'Rocky' as his favorite movie of all time, as well as being a fan of eighties/early nineties action movies, such as 'AWOL', 'Red Scorpion', 'Predator' and 'Action Jackson'.Currently unemployed, Chris has used his time to start writing about the movies and music he loves, and says his ambition is 'just to be paid for doing the things I like'
Chris has contributed movie reviews for and has a regular blog at

Michael Shawn Milazzo: has gone by Shawn since his first day of life. Shawn’s first love of horror ascended from the works of Ray Harryhausen’s special effects in Clash of the Titans and Jason and the Argonauts, that he claims he recalls viewing at the age of 3. Shawn Milazzo attended a Catholic private school from preschool to 6th grade. When he could understand the difference between Good and Evil, He became completely fascinated with evil entertainment. At the age of 14 Shawn Milazzo worked on a website owned by Troma Entertainment The creators of the Toxic Avenger, Trey Parker and Matt Stones Cannibal the Musical as a contributing writer and film critic but due to budget cuts the site was shut down when he was 17. During Shawn’s teens he was in multiple Death Metal bands as the vocalist and was in honors English at his High School.Now at the age of 25, Michael Shawn Milazzo currently attends college in San Francisco California and is focusing on getting his degree for a bachelor’s in motion picture & television. He works as a Freelance writer and is writing numerous Scripts for Film and novels that haven’t been published or sold yet.
Shawn would like to thank EC Comics Tales from the Crypt, Haunt of Fear, Crime Suspense Stories H.P. Lovecraft, Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone and the Million B-movies that have influenced him since the years.Shawn Milazzo can be contacted either through email or on many of these great websites; unfortunately he hasn’t been able to make an official website yet but is working very hard to be able to afford one.
Shawn Contributed to with a short story 'Host' Contact: 

DANIEL GUTIERREZ: is a 26-year-old Las Vegan who is just getting into independent films as a director and screenwriter. Aside from film-making,He loves to write short horror stories and novellas. Ever since he was little, he has always been fascinated with the supernatural and the unexplained, like stories from H.P. Lovecraft to Stephen King to film classics such as The Exorcist and The Twilight Zone series. He is hoping to revive the horror genre in both anthology and literature, and despite the busy time he has with film-making, He'll always make the time to write some more stories.
Daniel has contributed to The Horror Press with a short story titled "Sand Island."

DAVID PETTEYS: is a college student in New England, majoring in English Literature. Poetry happens to be one of his avocations, and some day, he hopes to publish novel-length works.
Ever since he was a kid, he was interested in the things that went bump in the night. Investigating the unknown, led to horror...a fun and curious fascination.
He contributed a poem for The Horror Press titled "Little Rag Doll."

Allen D. Reed was born in Fort Smith, Arkansas and raised primarily in East Texas. He spent his school years with his mother and stepfather in a staunch Christian home. During school breaks, he would stay with his biological father in Oklahoma and watch movies like Chopping Mall, House, and Hellraiser with a joyful greed. While at home with his mother, Allen fostered his interest in Horror through art and reading. His love of all things dark, unusual, and downright scary remained with him into adulthood and fused his love of the written word. Allen D. Reed now lives and writes in Fort Worth, Texas. He Contributed the Short Story 'Good Morning Margaret' for THP.


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