Gory Greetings and welcome to another killer interview with an amazing women of color in horror. She’s an actress, writer and director. She starred in classic films like Demons, Terminator 2 and many more. Allow me to introduce my GOREgeous guest, GerettaGeretta!
1. Where you are from? I am born North American but have lived half of my life outside of the United States; primarily in Italy, Switzerland and Costa Rica. Recently I lived off-and-on, - in Japan. Kobé. 2. What
Horror in Color and WOC in Horror proudly present Slashing Stigmas - a panel discussion on breaking barriers in the Horror genre. Thanks to our special guest panelists Carolyn Mauricette (Blood in the Snow Film Fest) and Jennifer Valdes (The Blood is the Life).
Twenty-five years after a streak of brutal murders shocked the quiet town of Woodsboro, a new killer has donned the Ghostface mask and begins targeting a group of teenagers to resurrect secrets from the town’s deadly past.
A young and modern couple who go to France to explore an underwater house and share their findings on social media undergoes a serious change of plans when the couple enter the interior of a strange house located at the bottom of the sea and their presence awakens a spirit dark that haunts the house.
Enjoy this conversation with famed Blood Diner director Jackie Kong. Video sponsored by Horror in Color. Support Jackie's comic book series here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/534639590/kong-comics-spend-the-night-the-curse-of-one-eyed-jen
Gory greetings horror peeps and happy October. I took the time to write a countdown worth watching. This list features more than just one person of color starring in the production because that’s what I consider black horror. I’ve watched all these movies and feel most are considered top horror in my book. I also listed films with as many females I could find. Hope you enjoy the countdown I put together. Hoping to see more productions of color to fill a countdown of 100 somed