Archive | February, 2012

Women In Horror Month: An Interview With Michelle Tomlinson

February 29, 2012

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I first met Michelle on the set of GEORGE’S INTERVENTION, a low-budget horror comedy I co-wrote and co-produced (renamed by the distributor GEORGE: A ZOMBIE INTERVENTION and available on ITunes and Amazon, wink wink). Skin pink, hair matted to her head by gallons of fake blood, eyes bloodshot from the sixteen hour shoot, and she still had a […]

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Women In Horror Month: An Interview With Martel Sardina

February 27, 2012

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My goal with these Women In Horror Month interviews was to get them each up in a timely manner, spacing them out throughout the month. Unfortunately, life often has different plans. So, I have to apologize, mainly to Martel Sardina. Martel was gracious enough to answer my questions and I haven’t yet posted her interview. […]

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Love, Beheadings, and a Tommy Gun: Let’s Celebrate St. Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2012

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As I write this two birds sing to one another outside my window. It would be romantic to assume it was a love song. The reality is they’re warning each other about my cat eyeing them through my window as though Purina had gone out of business. So much for romance, eh? Or not. I’ve […]

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Women In Horror Month: An Interview With Maria Alexander

February 10, 2012

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Horror writers often break molds. The stereotype for many is a thin, scarecrow-esque middle aged man in a Black Flag t-shirt with a blazer thrown over it, probably bullied frequently as a kid, with a twisted streak that gets exorcised in his writing lest he do something equally as horrid in the real world. Fortunately, […]

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Women In Horror Month: An Interview with Lisa Morton

February 8, 2012

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February is WOMEN IN HORROR MONTH, a month I’m sure most of you had no idea existed. February, I mean. Who keeps track of anything between Christmas and the Fourth of July? In all seriousness, women in the horror genre are often relegated to the role of Victim. Only female stand-up comics seem to get […]

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