Welcome to the Mosherpit, the official website/blog of author Eric Mosher. Here you can find out about my books, what I'm working on, as well as all of the strange movies I end up watching. Also, lots of Godzilla. Like, inappropriate amounts.
My legs still hurt from walking around and I'm being a big whiner baby to my wife about it and she's been stellar dealing with it and calling me on my weakness. Note to self: Cross train before next comic con.
Rob has a new blog up on the web, powered by Blogspot and fueled by the passion of the Ginkers. It's a good read, giving you insight into the subjects of the documentary and also the behind the scenes stuff that goes on when our rowdy little bunch gets together and starts shooting.
You can find it here: http://ginkers.blogspot.com/
I'll post a permalink on the side too. It's hard to believe I've been attached to Rucksack Films for so long. Almost since I've been back in New Jersey, I think. We started with The Boy Roach, in it's various iterations and now we're onto the Ginkers. I think we've actually shot more in a few short months than we did in the years of TBR. A lot of that comes from the nature of the projects. With Ginkers, there are subjects and we just ask questions. TBR had a script and actors and a whole slew of other things that come with a feature film and sometimes the bottom would just drop out on you. Regardless, it's been a lot of fun…
One of the fun things to do at conventions if you have some free time is attend the various panels that the show has. These can be on just about anything. Some are how-to's on cosplay or comic book creation, others concern what new products a company has coming up, while others might feature the cast and crew of an upcoming movie that will be discussed in detail. At the New Jersey Horror Con, these panels took the form of Q&A sessions with the various celebrities in attendance. I didn't realize that Ms. Peterson (Elvira) was having one until I got there. Fortunately it was scheduled for right after my photo-op so I could run over there and grab a seat without having to spend a lot of time waiting around.
The Q&A stage was a simple set up,featuring a chair and microphone each for the Ms. Peterson and the moderator in front of a white backdrop with the con's logo on it. The photo-op ran a bit longer than expected so Ms. Peterson was a little late to the panel, but wa…
Greetings boys and ghouls. I've been a busy beaver and due to that, have a second book release in a calendar year coming up. The fourth book in the Friday Night Frights series, Cheerleaders of the Blind Dead, is now available for pre-order up at Amazon.com. The paperback will be available around the same time, as usual. So if you're interested in the continuing adventures of David Gale and friends, head on over and check it out.