12 years have seen numerous design changes for the website. In recent years, I felt I had taken the whole horror/camp look as far as I could. I saw the solution as going in the opposite direction – clean and pro-looking. Hey, I want a website I could show my grandma. This is also the first time I’ve used a design I didn’t create myself – this allowed me to save a lot of time and indecision. Standard disclaimer: Much of the place is still undergoing the refurb process, and technical bugs will pop up. I’ll squash ’em as I find ’em.
Earlier in the year I conducted an interview with Jill Terashita, and that will be up tomorrow. What should follow are more regular updates on new advancements and finds on the Sleepaway Camp scene. As you may know, the past few years saw me stepping back from the site in order to complete Sleepaway Camp IV: The Survivor, so I’ll ramp up goodies from that too, where possible.
FYI on SC4: Release date is as it has always been, “when it’s done”. Editing was locked in November last year as detailed by Fangoria. We’re now knee-deep in the process of ancillary tasks: extras, menu/cover design, and encoding.