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Upcoming Kickstarter: Terror Trail | Friday March 13th

Upcoming Kickstarter: Terror Trail | Friday March 13th

February 26, 2020

From Paul Dulski comes the next short horror b rated flick. Terror Trail, set on an actual place surrounded by supernatural stories. It is known as The Bennington Triangle, which shares the same type of atmosphere as their neighbors over in Massachusetts where they have their own called "The Bridgewater Triangle". This short film was written by Tristin Notte, co-written with Paul. 

Plot; When Greg hikes up Glastenbury Mountain to clear his head, he doesn't realize he'll be prey. 

Right now you can pre-save the campaign by visiting http://bit.ly/octttks 


What to expect on Terror Trail.

Cast: Greg Hewitt (Greg), Kaitlyn Graham (Jen, Voice), Tristin Notte (John) and Jeremy Pratico (Eric, also from The Passenger).

Special Effects: Tessa Baker, Katie Kenworthy and Kaitlyn Graham

Filming at: Glastenbury Mountains, Glastenbury, VT.

Release Date: July 2020 on YouTube.




Interview: Caitlin Marceau | WiHM11

Interview: Caitlin Marceau | WiHM11

February 21, 2020

Caitlin is an author and professional editor living and working in Montreal. She holds a B.A. in Creative Writing, is a member of both the Horror Writers Association and the Quebec Writers’ Federation, and spends most of her time writing horror and experimental fiction.

She’s been published for journalism, poetry, as well as creative non-fiction, and has spoken about horror literature at several Canadian conventions. Her workshop “Bikinis, Brains, and Boogeymen: How To Write Realistic Women In Horror,” was acclaimed by Yell Magazine, and her first co-authored collection, Read-Only: A Collection of Digital Horror, was released in June of 2017.



Website: http://caitlinmarceau.ca

Instagram: http://instagram.com/caitlinmarceau 

Facebook: http://facebook.com/caitlinmarceau 




Interview: Melanie Light | WiHM11

Interview: Melanie Light | WiHM11

February 15, 2020

Melanie Light is an emerging British genre film maker.

She lives in the vibrantly diverse and political city of Bristol, UK.

She is known for her hard hitting, fantastically designed and admirably directed short films. Her ever popular film THE HERD, was invited to over 30 film festivals worldwide including Sitges, Fantaspoa and Leeds, and won numerous awards and received press from Fangoria and heavy metal magazine Metal Hammer, which reviewed the film's notable score.

Melanie uses genre films to bring forth issues of animal rights, feminism, the climate crisis and patricarchy. She has worked as a Standby Art Director on films and TV dramas such as The Autopsy of Jane Doe, Cockneys vs Zombies, Sony’s Phillip K Dick's Electric Dreams and HBO’s brand new Gangs of London.

Melanie’s directing work includes short film, TRUST, a short film dealing with abortion rights, THE SKIN YOU’RE IN, an animal rights film about the fur industry; an episode of SHRINK, a London based web series which deals with mental health and depression; 5 episodes for US online horror series FEAR HAUS, an Atlanta based series showcasing new genre short films; short film ESCAPE, a rape revenge thriller filmed in the Nevada Desert; SWITCH, a short female serial killer film which premiered at Film 4 FrightFest and TURN OFF YOUR BLOODY PHONE a horrifically hilarious horror set in the beautiful Phoenix Cinema in East Finchely, London.

Melanie is currently moving into directing feature films.




Special: Three Year Anniversary

Special: Three Year Anniversary

February 12, 2020

Three years have been completed. Total of 60+ Episodes this time around, which was a pretty impressive year I thought. We surpassed over 6,000 downloads! Achieved over 500 Likes on Facebook, and whelp it kind of goes on. The ride was again bumpy and yet met with more amazing people. Here's a little thank you Episode, and again here's our shout outs below. 2019, marked Paul's debut short horror flick entitled. The Passenger: A Vermont Urban Legend, which was reviewed by Stace Meister Horror Center, Darsh Reviews Movies, Cannibal Kidd Reviews and HorrO's Gory Reviews. Tessa and Paul were interviewed on Spoiler Country regarding the Kickstarter Campaign for the upcoming debut short at the time. And remember that Horror Is Healthy and to always Stay Scary.

Also, BIG shout outs to Afterlight Comics, Storm King Comics, Jed Brian and Red Lagoe. For allowing us to be part of a creation of yours, you can find us on the back of the following. Afterlight Comics Ghost Island #5 The Exorcism, Storm King Comics John Carpenter's Tales of Science Fiction Twitch Paperback, Jed Brian's upcoming Unlisted Owner's DVD case and finally Red Lagoe's upcoming release "Lucid Screams".


THANK YOU for an amazing Third Year!


Interview: Nancy Kilpatrick | WIHM11

Interview: Nancy Kilpatrick | WIHM11

February 10, 2020

Nancy Kilpatrick is an award-winning writer and editor, including a 4-time Bram Stoker Award Finalist. She has published many novels, novellas, and comic books, and hundreds of stories. She is a big advocate for the Horror, Dark Fantasy, Mystery, Sci-Fi, and Erotic Horror. She has a big love for Vampire Horror, but her expertise travels far and beyond.

Stacy Cox had the pleasure of sitting down with Nancy Kilpatrick in a candid conversation, not only about her works, but about writing and Horror in general, and she is just filled with a wealth of knowledge, expertise, and words of wisdom to aspiring writers, and the industry of horror entertainment all-around.

Her perspective and way of thinking is profound, and she elevates this in her works, which are captivating. Nancy Kilpatrick is very well-known in the Horror community, and her presence with her fans is just as warming.

Follow Nancy Kilpatrick

Official Site: www.nancykilpatrick.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nancy.kilpatrick.31

Twitter: https://twitter.com/nancykwriter

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/nancykilpatrickauthor/

Blog: http://nancykilpatrickwriter.blogspot.com/

Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Nancy-Kilpatrick/e/B000APBZWM?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_2&qid=1581213385&sr=8-2





















Interview: Red Lagoe (Author) | WiHM11

Interview: Red Lagoe (Author) | WiHM11

February 8, 2020

Red Lagoe grew up on 80s horror and carried her paranoia of slashers and sewer creatures into adulthood. She never realized how helpful her love of horror was until she applied the lessons learned to traversing the campus parking lots at night.

Horror stories have always been in her head, but instead of using her ever-so-useful Independent Studies degree in a creative field, she went to work in the veterinary field. Here, she learned first-hand to identify the smell of death and burnt flesh. She’s had her hands inside the warm abdominal cavities of living things, and assisted on surgeries where limbs and eyeballs were removed. Putrid infections, maggots, rabies, and diseases riddled her day to day. She put seven years of own (literal) blood, sweat, and tears into her job but needed to step away.

Red made the painful decision to leave her beloved nine-to-five to spend more time with her kids and to pursue her buried passion for writing dark fiction.

We also talk about what Women In Horror Month means to her.


Check out "Fair Haven" and "Lucid Screams" published from Red Lagoe.

Learn more at http://redlagoe.com 


Our Review for Lucid Screams


Interview: Madeleine Holly-Rosing (Author) | WiHM11

Interview: Madeleine Holly-Rosing (Author) | WiHM11

February 7, 2020

A TV, feature film and comic book writer, Madeleine is the winner of the Sloan Fellowship for screenwriting, and the Gold Aurora and Bronze Telly for a PSA produced by Women In Film. She also won numerous awards while completing the UCLA MFA Program in Screenwriting. Having run a number of successful crowdfunding campaigns for her comic, Boston Metaphysical Society, Madeleine has taught a crowdfunding class for independent creators at Pulp Fiction Books in Culver City as well as guest lecturing at Scriptwriters Network and Dreamworks Animation. She has also published the book, Kickstarter for the Independent Creator.

Boston Metaphysical Society webcomic is the recipient of an HONORABLE MENTION at the 2013 GEEKIE AWARDS and was nominated for BEST COMIC/GRAPHIC NOVEL at the 2014 GEEKIE AWARDS. The comic has also been nominated for a 2012 Airship Award as well as a 2013, 2014 and a 2015 Steampunk Chronicle Reader’s Choice Award. Her novella, Steampunk Rat, was also nominated for a 2013 Steampunk Chronicle Reader’s Choice Award.

Finally we discuss her journey, latest kickstarter project for the upcoming Boston Metaphysical Society: Ghosts and Demons which ends on February 21st. It has been funded and is now currently unlocking Stretch Goals! Don't miss your chance on also owning the very first BMS coloring book. Continuing the support as well for Women In Horror Month.


Currently Funding Boston Metaphysical Society: Ghosts and Demons

Learn more about Boston Metaphysical Society


Follow Madeleine and Boston Metaphysical

Facebook: Madeleine | BMS

Twitter: Madeleine | BMS

Instagram: Madeleine | BMS 


Our Reviews

BMS The Miniseries Paperback

BMS The Scourge of the Mechanical Men

BMS The Spirit of Rebellion

Interview: Stacy Cox (Author) | WiHM11

Interview: Stacy Cox (Author) | WiHM11

February 2, 2020

Stacy Cox is known for horror reviews, interviews, and talking on podcasts. Her work has been seen on DecayMag, Everything Horror and her personal blog Stace Meister Horror. Now Stacy has written and self published her own horror stories to share with the world.

We are also in Women In Horror Month, so what better way to start the month off.

Find Stacy Cox




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