HART D. FISHER:
THE SCARIEST MAN IN AMERICA…
surrounded by coffins, bats, a life-sized Frankenstein statue
and legendary fright-meister artist Bernie Wrightson, Fisher's
the scariest thing in the room." - Wizard Magazine: The Guide To Comics
There is precious little that outlaw filmmaker
Hart D. Fisher hasn’t accomplished. He is a successful horror
author, a critically acclaimed poet (Poems for the
Dead), a savage
horror filmmaker who’s done the impossible (producing the critically
acclaimed Flowers on the Razorwire feature
film with a bind director), and is a sharp new voice sending
shockwaves through the reality crime genre with his mind bending
true story of murder, loss and rage, posting monthly to best
selling true crime author Corey Mitchell’s #1 True
Crime site, In Cold Blog (an Amazon.com Kindle Bestseller).
Not satisfied with that, Mr. Fisher has also been lending his
unique talents to the world of music videos, having directed
cutting edge videos for international death metal legends Obituary,
kings of black metal Dark Funeral and Mr.
Fisher is currently involved in projects with horror metal
superstar Glenn Danzig and Gorgeous
Frankenstein. His first feature, The Garbage
Man, was released on DVD June 2009 to serious critical
acclaim. It has been an official selection of film festivals
around the world and has garnered the creator rave reviews,
including praise from the likes of FANGORIA’s Tony
Timpone and in the pages of RUE MORGUE MAGAZINE.
|WAKAKO KAWAGOSHI-FISHER: AMERICAN HORRORS
in Ishikawa, Japan to a successful local business man and his
wife, a traditional Japanese Koto player who has played around
the world (including Carnegie Hall), Wakako Kawagoshi-Fisher
has gone on to become a respected translator in the Japanese
music business and a gifted editor for her husbands post production
company, Crime Pays Inc.
Ms. Kawagoshi-Fisher has worked for BURRN! Magazine (the largest
heavy metal magazine in Japan), Music Life, Guitar Magazine,
Player, Young Guitar, Shinko Music (Nirvana and The Grunge
Revolution), Metallion and Metal Gear before moving to American
where she has worked for Lions Gate Entertainment (Juon) and
Odd Lot Entertainment (The Spirit).