03/17/2014 - 3:48pm

“Dr. AC’s Hidden House of Horrors”

by Darren Callahan

Aaron Christensen

To every North American horror fan’s excitement, book editor, actor, and HorrorHound columnist Aaron Christensen (also known as “Dr. AC) has just released a collection of essays about obscure, treasured, and forgotten horror movies.  Featuring 101 authors,...

01/30/2014 - 5:15pm

Check out this video for "A Guide to Bars and Nightlife in the Sacred City!"

Omnibucket co-producer Benjamin Wachs' first collection of short stories has just been released:  "A Guide to Bars and Nightlife in the Sacred City"!

It's available here, and the...

07/26/2013 - 5:55pm

Check out this review of Action Fiction!

Fiction Badass

We started "Action Fiction!", in conjunction with The San Francisco Writers Community and Fiction365, a year-and-a-half ago, and candidly no one is more surprised than us that it's turned out to be this good.  

We know it would be good - don't get us wrong - but...

07/02/2013 - 1:08am

"Fire," A Story

by Cary Tennis

Peruvian Torch (by Dave Senecal)

An old man writes a terrible book about his wife.

He publishes it himself and takes it to the bookstore.

The bookstore clerk says it’s a terrible book and insults the old man’s wife.

The old man’s wife gets sick and dies.

The old man burns...

06/19/2013 - 2:13am

Omnibucket Contributor Darren Callahan is making a female-driven horror movie! Wanna help?

Darren Callahan

Desperate Dolls is a feature-length, female-driven horror movie written and directed by Darren Callahan (BBC, SyFy, Under the Table, Children of the Invisible Man).  Set in Hollywood in 1968, it is the story of three young actresses with hand-picked...

04/02/2013 - 4:42pm

How Crowdsourcing Changed Independent Horror Movies

by Darren Callahan

Back in the days of independent cinema – you know, before 1980 – there were dozens of film production houses that worked region-by-region all across America.  Small shops, small pictures, small money – mini-studios that might give you some financing if you had a track...

02/06/2013 - 2:44pm

Action Fiction! featured in Fourteen Hills

Megan Rutigliano at the third Action Fiction!, photo by gunnar helliesen

Omnibucket co-founder Scott Lambridis was interviewed about our series of staged readings, Action Fiction!, for Fourteen Hills, the literary magazine of San Francisco State University.  

Take a look!


01/21/2013 - 12:37pm

Dave Senecal launches exhibit on abstract art

Quetzalcoatl (by Dave Senecal)

Abstract Art tends to get bad press, routinely calling it “inaccessible” when it can be beautiful. 

Omnibucket co-founder Dave Senecal has taken a step to correct the record, opening an exhibit at the City Art Center in Delaware, Ohio, that serves as a 101 class...

11/19/2012 - 11:37pm

Micro-Meetings with Remarkable Men (apologies to Gurdjieff…)

by Eric Myers

Empty Spaces 02 (by Save Senecal)

Last week I met the President, and discovered I’m not cynical after all.  I’m as surprised as you are.

I'm not usually one to be starstruck. But I can't deny that my meeting with our once and future president three days before his reelection left me in something...

11/14/2012 - 7:56pm

Elder's Game: Modernity, Mormonism, and Aesthetic Intuitions about Religious Legitimacy

by Ariel Cruz

Portrait of Salt Lake City, and 16 important Mormon leaders


The cliché “with eyes wide open” presents an interesting irony when instantiated physically and in a conversation about whether or not the Indians ever hung out with Jesus.  I’ll explain.

Once, there was Alex, the dishwasher.  Alex was a lanky, blandly...