Monthly Archives: March 2012

‘Doll Parts’: A Review.

written and directed by: Karen Lam released: 2011 There aren’t a whole lot of themes in film I love more than a good old fashioned revenge story. Karen Lam delivers one hell of wallop in her world-wide acclaimed short, ‘Doll … Continue reading

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A Lady Of The Evil Dead!: A WiH Interview with Betsy Baker.

As a youngster, there was one face in particular that ruined any chance of my walking down a dark hallway by myself. I knew her as the Hallway Girl at that stage in my life, and as I grew up, … Continue reading

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No bones about it: Christy Lou Sturman is a true Doll Master!

As an artist, Christy Lou Sturman certainly creates like no other. Her collection, Dolls and Dead Things, drew wide-ranging attention to the creations when it was announced that some of the dolls were made with pieces of real human bone. … Continue reading

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Horror In Snapshots: A WiH Interview with April A. Taylor.

Every one of us has a lasting image of horror stuck in a dark corner of our mind. That fleeting vision we see when the lights first go out during a thunderstorm. The first thing we saw on the backs … Continue reading

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Smiles, Starfruit & Scares!: A WiH Interview with Sage Hall.

  Born in Alabama and now a resident of the Sunshine State (Florida has been represented fantastically in these interviews!!), Sage Hall has that ‘it’ factor that so many people talk about when critiquing a film but most cannot nail … Continue reading

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