Established in the Fall of 2014, Modern Horrors provides an expertly curated source of news and multimedia for the modern horror fan. Gone are the days of black and red blood-spattered imagery and cheesy catch phrases. The genre has evolved. Shouldn’t your news do the same? We are Modern Horrors, and we’re just getting started.

 

Luke Rodriguez
Editor-in-chief | Podcast Host
A softy for indie horror with a background in audio engineering and technology. Probably doesn't like your favorite classic horror film.
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Jacob Hopkins
Editor-in-chief | Podcast Host
An avid outdoorsman who is probably critical of your favorite ‘man vs nature’ horror film. Lover of ghost stories, the fantastical, and smart horror.
Anthony Alaniz
Writer | Editor
Puppet Master, Candyman, Poltergeist and Child’s Play--all before the age of five--turned me into the horror fan I am today. I’ve been obsessed ever since.
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Finley Ash
Writer | Editor
My parents mistakenly let me watch Firestarter when I was 6, which kicked off a life-long love affair with both Drew Barrymore and the Horror genre that continues to this day.
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Mania Daniel
Writer
My love of horror started at the age of 8. I nearly died when I was home alone for 3 minutes after watching Wes Craven’s Scream.
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David Draper
Writer
With the help of his beautiful wife, David has increased the Horror fan population of Earth by three. You can find his short Horror fiction, blogs and other ramblings on Twitter at @DrunkDracula.
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Steven Lafferty
Writer
Graphic designer obsessed with genre film production history and analysis. Proud haunted doll Dad.
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Alex Stenger
Video Editor | Youtube Host
Alex is an asshole.
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Jason Almenas
Writer
Jason Almenas made his grandparents take him to see Friday the 13th Part VIII in theaters for his 7th birthday. He never got over it.
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Frank Kemp
Video Editor
Frank enjoys long walks on the beach, video editing and creating videos for people to enjoy. He has aspirations of one day getting an Amazon Prime annual account instead of monthly. Wishes smoke detector batteries that never die.
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