Category Archives: Women In Horror

Home Is Where The Hurt Is: Michaud’s DYS- is near!

Maude Michaud is a shining example of independent horror done right.  Aesthetically pleasing short films that hit on all levels- flawless execution, fantastic scripts, white knuckle suspense and just the right amount of the red stuff.  Ms. Michaud has made quite … Continue reading

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‘They Will Outlive Us All’: A Mangled Matters Review.

2013 Directed By: Patrick Shearer Written By: Jessi Gotta 73 minutes   If you are any part of the independent horror scene, you most definitely must know the name Jessi Gotta.  First, it was the awesomely hairy splatter-fest THE BIG BAD … Continue reading

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Tamara Glynn: from fan to victim of Michael Myers

Tamara Glynn has lived the ultimate horror fan’s dream.  From watching an icon of terror on the big screen to being hacked to pieces by the same monster, Tamara is a beloved fixture in the HALLOWEEN universe.  And make no … Continue reading

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Do-It-Yourself Horror!: An interview with Nadine L’Esperance.

“I made a French film without knowing French.  I take opportunities and use what I have.” Hailing from Vancouver, British Columbia, Nadine L’Esperance and her film company Blue Girl Films is everything that is right with independent horror film making … Continue reading

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Elza Kephart will Go In The Wilderness, and you can help!

Awesome news out of Quebec recently, as Elza Kephart has announced that her latest film, Go In The Wilderness , is in post-production and will begin a crowd-funding campaign on October 16. Shot entirely in the wilderness of Quebec (700 … Continue reading

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