William Viharo, aka "Will The Thrill", has been writing some must-read entertainment/b-movie related columns for The Examiner.
Here's his latest column: "National Film Registry 2010: the 'B' sides".
Many movie geeks in the East Bay know Will as the host of Thrillville (which has morphed into Forbidden Thrills, a monthly showing of b-movies at the Forbidden Island Tiki Lounge in Alameda, CA).
Will is not only a b-movie host, he's an author, with four (thus far) published novels to his credit: Love Stories Are Too Violent For Me, A Mermaid Drowns in the Midnight Lounge, Chumpy Walnut and Down a Dark Alley.
Will is a truly nice guy, who happens to produce equally-great work, whether it's through his movie hosting or writing.
His ongoing jazz-cool ventures are worth supporting and celebrating. Check his works out!
(hb; 2018: nonfiction) Overall review This is an excellent, hilarious, heartfelt and family- and relationship-themed collection o...
(2009: second novel in the Agent Leo Demidov trilogy) From the inside flap : "Soviet Union, 1956. Stalin is dead, and a violent ...
(hb; 1975: third novelette in The Chronicles of Amber quintology) From the back cover " He who rules Amber rules the one t...