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I was wondering if I could use some of the pictures that Rob Zombie has put up from "The Lords Of Salem" on my horror blog. Here's the website address: http://goregalore.wordpress.com/
Please let me know, thanks.
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I know what you mean..It can be hard to find horror fans in my area..People make a lot of assumptions about horror films being "bad" just because some of the slasher films in the 80's weren't great, and they over look the rest of the genre. I have heard people either indirectly say my taste in movies is "cheesy" or they are afraid of horror movies and they are afraid to come to my place because they are scared I'll make them watch The Texas Chainsaw Massacre..That really gets old.
I don't see why not, as long as you download them and host them on your own server and give proper credit as to here the photos came from. If I hear any different I will let you know.
Very good job btw. I also liked the Walking Dead write-ups
Thanks Emma! I'll make sure to do that. Also, thanks for the compliment! That's so nice of you! It's so cool hearing that from the person who made this awesome website!
@Moon I know exactly what you mean. It's the same way here. Most of the people I meet think I'm really strange when I tell them how much I love horror movies. They automatically write me off, just like you, and assume I have bad taste in movies. I can't believe people are afraid to come to your home! That's just silly.
Yeah, it is just annoying..Seriously, I have sat through the kind of romantic comedies I hate..Because certain friends wanted to watch them, it seems only fair that I should get to pick the movie sometimes.
I agree, that's a wicked cool blog, Angel! The Texas Frightmare Weekend looks like it was a great time, and all those interviews were pretty awesome. Michael Rooker and Tony Todd both seem like great guys.