I would like to introduce you to the staff and the heart of HorrorFuel.com. Our staff works so very hard to make sure we supply horror news, reviews, interviews, and more every single day. We would be lost without them!
Meet Dan VIII (Dan Wilder), reviewer, writer, director, and actor.
Originally setting out to become a comic book illustrator, ol’ Dan “XIII” Wilder realized that wasn’t the revoltin’ road he was destined to tread… rather his putrid path led to a career writing fright flick reviews for Famous Monsters of Filmland, the Retroist, That’s Not Current, and now Horror Fuel!
has written Ouija Room for ITN Releasing (available on Tubi
), and four episodes of Fred Olen Ray’s Boggy Creek: The Bigfoot Series (now available on Amazon
), is the lead writer for Occult Press
‘ upcoming stable of horror comics, provided voices for three films from Necrostorm
, is the voice of Shoshem in the feature Sister Tempest
, plus a whole slew of other nonsense including producing the Weekly Spooky
podcast, writing short fiction, and more
Let me introduce you to our film festival writer Joseph Perry!
Joseph Perry fell in love with horror films as a preschooler when he first saw the Gill-Man swim across the TV screen in “The Creature from The Black Lagoon” and Mothra battle Godzilla in “Godzilla Vs. The Thing.”
His education in fright fare continued with TV series such as “The Twilight Zone” and “Outer Limits,” along with legendary northern California horror host Bob Wilkins’ “Creature Features.” His love for silver age and golden age comic books, including horror titles from Gold Key, Dell, and Marvel started around age 5.
Joseph joined the staff of HorrorFuel.com in 2019 and serves as our film festival writer who both covers news and reviews.
He is a contributing writer for “Phantom of the Movies VideoScope” and “Drive-In Asylum” print magazines and the websites Gruesome Magazine, Diabolique Magazine, Ghastly Grinning, The Scariest Things, Gruesome Magazine, and When It Was Cool. He is also a co-host of the “Decades of Horror: The Classic Era
” and “Uphill Both Ways
” podcasts. Joseph has also written for “Scream” magazine, “Filmfax” magazine, “SQ Horror” magazine, and the websites That’s Not Current an HorrorNews.net. He occasionally proudly co-writes articles with his son Cohen Perry, who is a film critic in his own right.
A former northern Californian and Oregonian, Joseph has been teaching, writing, and living in South Korea since 2008.
Meet Daniel Liuzzi, one of our writers and the site’s gaming guy.
Hailing from the land of Chicken Wings, Wine, and Snow (Western New York), aspiring horror author, gamer, and writer Daniel made Horror Fuel his second family. With strong interests in the natural world, folklore/mythology/theology from around the world, video games, creepy cryptids, a good ghost story, classical horror, and sushi, Daniel feels at home with his fellow horror fiends.
Daniel’s first horror movie (that he can remember) was Nosferatu (1922) with the movie, Alien (1979) bringing him to the dark side of cinema when he was 8 or 9 years old and the franchise of the “Alien” movies are always his go-to films to watch. His first horror video game he played was The 7th Guest on PC and Resident Evil 2 on N64 which drew him more into horror survival games with “Fatal Frame” as his favorite horror game series (while they were still distributing them in the U.S.).
You can follow him on Twitter!
Greg Kershaw is one of our writers and is currently serving as our Book Reviewer.
Greg Kershaw mostly does the book reviews here at horrorfuel.com. He was raised in Canada and just recently moved to Australia to be with my wife and kids. He has always loved writing and that led me to an English Degree, becoming a teacher, writing short stories, poetry, a couple of novellas, and basically anything else I could get my hands on!
As passionate as he is about writing and horror, He also has a love of music, wrestling, and hockey. Aside from his family, the things he misses most about Canada is playing guitar and singing with his band, and playing hockey a few times a week. However, in Australia, he gets to hang out on the beach, survives spider attacks, hangs out with kangaroos, and enjoy Halloween in the summer.
Greg has written off and on for Horror Fuel for a few years and is “so happy to see how it has grown.” Everyone works hard to bring the best horror news, reviews, interviews to everyone who shares our love of darkness, evil, and terror. I love that you all enjoy reading it as much as we enjoy writing it!”
Kelli Marchman McNeely is HorrorFuel.com’s co-owner, an entertainment journalist, and an executive producer.
Kelli Marchman McNeely is the co-owner of this delightfully demented site and serves as a writer, reviewer, and more. She’s in charge of day to day operations.
Her love for horror began after watching Friday the 13th while at a sleepover when she was 9. She’s been hooked ever since. After decades of being a horror addict, her favorites are The Exorcist, The Exorcist III, and Jaws.
Her love for the genre has led not only to the creation of HorrorFuel.com but also her career as an executive producer with several upcoming films on the way including, the horror anthology 13 Slays Till X-Mas
which just made its theatrical premiere earlier this month, a werewolf film currently in pre-production, and a second horror anthology that is also in pre-production.
Kelli has been writing about horror for the past ten years, since before HorrorFuel.com was born and the original site (ZADF) was rebranded after years of covering zombie and survival news. She often refers to HorrorFuel.com as her “baby.”
Ed is the co-owner of HorrorFuel.com and works behind the scenes to keep us up and running. He also owns a website development company.
HorrorFuel.com has many occasional contributors including Fox Emm, Leona Strickland, and Ella Horton. Amy Robin also helps HorrorFuel.com keep going by serving as our other go-to tech wizard.
We hope that you’ve enjoyed meeting our little family. If you have any news to share or have a horror-related project or product please email us at [email protected]
and tell us about it.