Monthly Archives: June 2012

All Dressed Up And Ready To Go: A WiH Interview With Nez Wilburn.

There’s something in the water down in Florida. No, I’m not talking about the bath salts (or lack thereof). Tonight’s Woman In Horror spotlight hits the Sunshine State for the fourth time, which makes it one of the busiest states … Continue reading

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The Wizard Behind The Curtain: A WiH Interview With Stacy Pippi Hammon.

“My goal is to have the most Thank You credits on my page and delete everything else.” Stacy Pippi Hammon is a driving force behind the Women In Horror movement, wholeheartedly supporting the Viscera Film Festival and the large number … Continue reading

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Cooking Up Horror: An Interview With Lisa Coffelt.

“Hi I’m Lisa, and I make horror films” Women In Horror Month was started three years ago for a number of reasons. Sure, highlighting films made by some of the most talented filmmakers on the planet was a big reason. … Continue reading

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Demons From Down Under: An Interview With Ursula Dabrowsky.

Much like with Canada, this celebration of Women In Horror has taken multiple trips to Australia. Ursula Dabrowsky is the writer and director of the Demon Trilogy, a psychological horror experience. The first film in the series, Family Demons, premiered … Continue reading

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Kristi Worrell: Writing A New Page In Dark Literature.

Kristi Worrell enjoys her niche in the world of sci-fi, horror and fantasy writing. As an author who draws from so many deep personal events, Kristi’s literary worlds are both uplifting and uneasy at times. She is an incredibly dedicated … Continue reading

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