I am a writer who focused on satire ever since high-school. Since then I have written many featured articles that were eventually printed in regional and national magazines. Satire and Politics go together like Peanut Butter and Jelly.
But I grew up watching "Horror" Movies.
As a child I would stay up late on the week-ends watching horror movies at Midnight just so I could see naked girls running through the woods, being chased by some homicidal maniac.
That established a link between sex and violence.
But as an adult I realized, Slasher Movies, are not scary, I never liked the idea of someone getting killed for some else's pleasure.
That makes you insensitive to violence.
Actually so does the Mixed Martial Arts, on PPV, so I don't recommend watching that either.
The Boogie Man is a reoccuring theme that I saw used tirelessly in Slasher Films. The mythical figure that can kill but not be killed.
Serial Killer Movies disguised as the Boogie Man, like Saw, Friday the 13th, Nightmare on Elm St, and Halloween Part 57 (or whatever) is an old, antiquated, and ridiculous notion, all based on the same "Boogie-Man" concept.
The reason I write horror, is only because I myself have had so many unusual experiences in my life.
I'm talking about things that would give a normal person a mental breakdown. And believe me, I've been there. I lived in four houses that were "Distressed," they were so bad that after I sold them the owners had to tear them down, because they were UNINHABITABLE.
So finally after many years, I decided to write these things down as a form or therapy.
To make it more entertaining I included realistic elements of both sex and violence, and I coined this new genre; Eros Macabre (which is really just a combination of horror and erotica).
What are the two most popular types of films? Porn and Horror.
I don't know why but for some reason there have tried to mix genre's before, like Horror and Comedy.
Both good in their own respect, but horrible together. Like Peanut Butter and Ketchup, instead of Peanut Butter and Jelly.
As far as horror goes, watch the News. Local or cable network. If that dosen't scare you -nothing will.
I haven't been to the movies in over 20 years, and even thou I do have the Internet, I do NOT have Netflix, HBO, or even basic cable. Its all garbage.
I am Original, that's it.
Love Me or Hate Me, I am different.
My first book, "Yes Master: Rise of the Witch," was about a beautiful thirteen year old redhead who practices witch-craft to protect herself from Rape and Incest. It was very contemporary and realistically written, so much so, that Amazon banned the printed version and now the uncut version is only available in E-format on my private website:
I have been "ghost-writing" for over twenty years, so if you have never heard of me, its by choice. I have been perfecting my craft and building my confidence.
Now I'm ready!!!
Ready to have the world tear me down.
Support me by buying this book, and others, and join me at my website: www.worldofrath.com, for a full preview of all.
Jason Gabriel Kondrath
Rise of the Witch
Jeanie had long suffered her families physical, mental, emotional, and sexual abuse. She summoned the "Powers of Darkness" to protect her and they did -for a price.
They not only gave her Solace, but Vengeance and no one was spared.
In the aftermath, Jeanie met and fell in love with Mark, a man she loved more than life itself. Soon Jeanie found herself pregnant, and the young couple planned to marry... but Jeanie never told her fiancee about her past debts.