Monthly Archives: May 2012

‘The Stolen’: A Mangled Matters Review.

Directed By: Karen Lam 2012 Recently, director Karen Lam returned from a whirlwind trip to Cannes where she premiered her latest short film at the Cannes’ Short Film Corner. One does not simply get into this sort of event, so … Continue reading

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Tearing Through Horror With April Burril aka Chainsaw Sally

There is a horrible lack of female serial killers in our beloved genre. If Michael, Jason and Freddy can do it, why can’t Michelle, Jasmine or Freida? April Burrill does, as the punky Chainsaw Sally, and she does it with … Continue reading

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Rebekah Herzberg: Horror Aficionado And A Straight Shooter.

As a model, writer, horror convention host and actress, Rebekah Herzberg has been carving into the horror genre with a blood-thirsty grin ever since she was a young teen. She’s as straight forward as they come- an honest, die hard … Continue reading

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An Interview With Xstine Cook: How To Ironically Become A Woman In Horror.

Tonight, we head up North yet again, crossing the border into the fertile independent horror grounds of Canada! Xstine Cook admits she wasn’t necessarily planning on becoming a Woman In Horror when she started her directing career back in 2008 … Continue reading

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Karen Zombora: A Model Horror Citizen.

Very seldom will you find a Woman In Horror these days who do just one thing- actresses usually also write or model, directors usually have done everything under the sun, from editing to set designs, and so on. These ladies … Continue reading

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