Texarkana native Catt Dahman is a creative force of nature, with more than 60 novels to her name. She works mostly in the horror genre, and that passion has led her to a new endeavor: movies.
In the tradition of filmmakers such as Roger Corman and our own Charles B. Pierce, Catt is busy writing, producing and directing horror movies that have much bigger stories than budgets.
The latest is a modern, fictional take on Texarkana's Phantom Killer called “Sundown.”
She and host Karl Richter talked about the movie, her path to becoming a director and her other endeavors, including advocating for prison reform.