Angie Martin is a horror obsessed author who is currently working on a slew of literary horror projects. I talk with her about her unquenchable love of horror, how Willy Wonka introduced her to the horror genre, and the pitfalls of being pigeonholed in certain horror sub-genres.
Jamie Farthing is a horror fanatic, horror author, model, and filmmaker currently undertaking a slew of horror based film projects. Running SavageZack Productions, she’s currently developing a film for the late Tomas Navarro and much more.
A woman and her family move back to her old suburban town for the husband’s work. As she goes ahead of the family to get things ready, she meets the neighbors and something is clearly going down around the area that is not entirely right.
Women in Horror Month 2021 is upon us! This means that, as opposed to last year (due to momentary insanity of the schedule pre-nothing-to-do-life), this year, I want to celebrate, I want to take the time I did not have last year to really put forth the ladies of horror. I want to cover as many as I can in as many horror discipline as I can. This means that you can expect interviews from all kinds of awesome creative ladies who love to work with fear and/or blood. You’ll also get some articles about films from women in the genre and other fun stuff. I am hoping to get so much in front of your eyeballs that you will be a total fan being of Women in Horror in general.
So to start, let’s go with a bit of an overview of past articles to wet you palate for what’s to come.
A man desperate for a place to crash takes a job to clean out a house where all previous tenant have fled. As he works on the house, supernatural events start to unfold. As these evolve, the handyman finds out he may like what’s going on, or rather who’s causing it.