Here is a list of contacts related to Horror Hosts and Creature Features!
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General feedback, blog and magazine inquiries. Want to know about a particular film, or horror hosts? We’d will be happy to fill you in. Do you have an event coming up? Let us know! Email us here if you’re you’re to shy or angry to directly contact Dixie and Mr. Lobo.
Are you a writer or an artist? Would you like your article or artwork to be featured on horrorhostmagazine.com or in Horror Hosts and Creature Features Magazine?? We’d love to hear from you! Please send us an email with your contact information, and a sample of your writing or artwork. If your writing or art works for our format we’d love to showcase it! Please we ask that writers do not submit articles that they have written about themselves, instead choose another host or subject to write about, Thank you!
phone: 1-317-4-LOBO-TV (1-317-456-2688)
Do you have a secret massage for Mr. Lobo? Want to know about a particular film, or public domain movies in general? Mister Lobo will be happy to fill you in. Want something special mailed to your doorstep? Ask Mister Lobo. Do you want Mister Lobo to entertain at your 10 year-old’s birthday party, and have it all end in angry tears? Mister Lobo is the one with whom you should communicate.
Do you want to volunteer to be on the staff of Horror Hosts and Creature Features, submit fan art, professional art, or writing to the blog and magazine? Please send her an email with your contact information, and a sample of your skills. Please we ask that writers do not submit articles that they have written about themselves, instead choose another host or subject to write about, Thank you!
Photo/film/materials librarian and technical adviser
Scott Moon is our technical adviser on Horror Hosts and Creature Features Magazine. He has a history in print technology and created the magazine Planet X. He is also a film archivist. The process of getting movies digitized is a daunting task supervised by Scott Moon. He’s supplied or acquired nearly all of the film prints on Cinema Insomnia – including the commercials and retro PSA’s. If you have questions related to film handling or print acquisition, he’s your man.