Posts Tagged ‘women in horror’

Love and Chainsaws: The Chainsaw Sally Show, Season 2

Love and Chainsaws: The Chainsaw Sally Show, Season 2

Hey, Kids, it’s the Chainsaw Sally Show!




Blood & Ink: An Interview with Rebekah McKendry

Blood & Ink: An Interview with Rebekah McKendry

Fangoria’s Director of Marketing opens up on the state of Horror and more.




Women in Horror: An Interview w/ Artist Asia Eriksen

Women in Horror: An Interview w/ Artist Asia Eriksen

Tweet As Women in Horror Month officially comes to a close this weekend, I’d like to share one last femme fatale deserving attention for her contributions to the field of horror and art in general: Asia Eriksen! As a wife, a mother, an artist, and a fan of horror; Asia’s work is shaped by a […]




Celebrate February as Women in Horror Month!

Celebrate February as Women in Horror Month!

28 days of awesome!




Your Bedtime Buddy: An Interview with Rhonda Shear

Your Bedtime Buddy: An Interview with Rhonda Shear

The Blonde Bombshell of B-Movies speaks to the Blood Sprayer!




“Zombie Girl: The Movie” Finally Coming To DVD Nov 9th

“Zombie Girl: The Movie” Finally Coming To DVD Nov 9th

“Zombie Girl: The Movie,” a documentary about a teenage girl’s quest to make a full-length feature film about zombies, is finally coming to North American DVD this November! Read on for details on the features and the cover art…




Jovanka Vuckovic and Guillermo del Toro Team Up to Bring You “The Captured Bird”

Jovanka Vuckovic and Guillermo del Toro Team Up to Bring You “The Captured Bird”

A breaking story is always better when it’s good news…




Women in Horror Week: A Guest Post from Indie Horror Renaissance Woman, Amy Lynn Best

Women in Horror Week: A Guest Post from Indie Horror Renaissance Woman, Amy Lynn Best

Amy Lynn Best tells us why she’s still at it after all these bloody years…




It’ll End in Tears: A Conversation with “Graphic Sexual Horror” Director, Barbara Bell

It’ll End in Tears: A Conversation with “Graphic Sexual Horror” Director, Barbara Bell

There is a safeword…but will you use it?




Women in Horror – A Tribute to Shirley Jackson

Women in Horror – A Tribute to Shirley Jackson

Tweet Horror fiction tends to be dominated by male authors. In fact when I was first told about Women in Horror Week, I nearly panicked because almost none of the names on the books on my shelves were written by women. When you think of female horror authors, the biggest name to come to mind […]




Queens of Mean: The Exploitation Godesses to Whom I Pray

Queens of Mean: The Exploitation Godesses to Whom I Pray

Exploitation! Blaxploitation! Porn! Child Murderesses! All in a day’s obsession for me…




I Wish I Could Still Stay UP ALL NIGHT: Rhonda Shear Remembered

I Wish I Could Still Stay UP ALL NIGHT: Rhonda Shear Remembered

The OTHER Hostess with the Mostess.




Brides of the Atom: The Rise of the Horror Heroine in the 1950s

Brides of the Atom: The Rise of the Horror Heroine in the 1950s

The modern horror fan is familiar with heroines such as Laurie Strode, Ellen Ripley, and the ensemble cast of THE DESCENT. But it wasn’t always such. In the 1930s women were relegated to victim roles, to be rescued by the male hero (whom they would inevitably start a relationship with). What changed this paradigm? Who were the early heroines?




The Blood Sprayer Presents: Women in Horror Week, Aug. 15-22nd

The Blood Sprayer Presents: Women in Horror Week, Aug. 15-22nd

Join us for our 2nd theme week honoring Women in Horror…