Monthly Archives: August 2012

Writing The Book On Horror: An Interview With Lori R. Lopez

“Behind my prose, I am always an artist and poet.” Lori R. Lopez was fifteen years old when she realized she would spend her life writing.  Her mother gave her a gift that would change her life- a green Swedish … Continue reading

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Cooking Up Some Horror With Nicole Andrea Guzman!

“Go ahead.  Eat up.  I dare ya!” She’s a chef, a horror enthusiast and yet another prime example of a proud woman in horror.  She’s got a bubbly personality and high motor lung power that make her a perfect horror … Continue reading

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What’s in a name?

As most of you know, I’ve been racking my brain on a new title for the Women In Horror blog recently.  I wanted a little more originality, a little more of a personal touch on a blog I love so … Continue reading

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Lock up your daughters: A review of Erica Summers’ ‘Loverboy’.

Written and Directed by Erica Summers (2012) Erica Summers gets it. For any film to work, the story must be plausible and, more than anything else, the characters must be people we can relate to.  This is especially true within … Continue reading

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