40 Ounces of Blood: The Real Story Behind The Horror Drunx As Told By Mortimer A. London
40 Ounces of Blood: The Real Story Behind The Horror Drunx is written by The Horror Drunx creator, Mortimer A. London about his true account of the creation, history and events which took place during the height of The Horror Drunx popularity. Find out how it all began and why The Horror Drunx became a full-blown phenomenon, which changed the horror movie industry with its “Boycott Remakes” credo More
Attention horror movie and horror story fans and anti-remakes advocates: Mortimer A. London is back from the dead!
40 Ounces of Blood: The Real Story Behind The Horror Drunx is written by none other than The Horror Drunx creator, Mortimer A. London about his true account of the creation, history and events which took place during the height of The Horror Drunx’s popularity. The book also contains loads of event photos and images of The Horror Drunx Chapters (a bonus for all The Horror Drunx members) across America and the globe, including a chapter on The Horror Drunx Manifesto in its full, unedited glory. Find out how it all began and why The Horror Drunx became a full-blown phenomenon, which revolutionized the horror movie industry and caused a stir among film sequels and film remakes with its “Boycott Remakes” credo and campaign.
Read through The Horror Drunx Manifesto and internalize why: “The Horror genre is important to THE HORROR DRUNX. We take it very seriously, We recognize that to keep the Horror genre and the Horror community strong, we have to take a string stand on some issues. Part of this is to educate, part of this is to be historians, and part of this is to keep the fun IN and the snobbery OUT of the Horror community.”
The Horror Drunx Manifesto sums up with a most fitting description of the essence of being The Horror Drunx:
“In the classic use of the word, ‘Drunks’ can be your best friend in the world, or your worst enemy, all depending on their whims. They are known to come in many types from the happy, fun loving and agreeable, to the nostalgic the heartfelt and the bittersweet, to the angry and combative that are looking for a fight. There are also many other types in between. The one thing that they all have in common is they drink.
That is what we have in common and that is where any similarity ends. We are ‘Drunx’, which is a completely different word. The only substance which we ALL agree that we regularly crave, ingest, and sometimes consume too much of, is the genre of HORROR.”
Spill Blood, Not Booze!
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