Becki Bullets aka Countess Boobula

Colorful model who moonlights as Omaha's premiere horror hostess

Becki Bullets

Nebraska native Becki Bullets began modeling as a teenager and has since caught the eye of many prominent photographers around her area and has been featured in publications all over the Internet, as well as in print. Her unique look has also caught the eye of filmmaker Robert Kotabish of RAK film, who’s cast Becki in two of his videos. Also a poetess, some of Becki’s works are available at Amazon. She currently has writing on the back burner, but she tells me; “I started passionately writing at a young age, it was a therapeutic escape. In due time, I hope to get back into the swing of writing.”

Becki’s alter ego, Countess Boobula, can be considered the most popular horror hostess in the Omaha, Nebraska area. She is regularly featured on the Angry Brothers’ online show, Shock-O-Rama, and if you are in the Omaha area this fall, you might just catch her at the Shadow’s Edge this Halloween.


Becki Bullets
“I do enjoy Grindhouse films that include sexploitation themes, as well as other films. Gotta love that enticing sex appeal.”

CHRIS CHARLES: Were you born and raised in Omaha?
BECKI BULLETS: Mostly Bellevue. I was born in a hospital in Omaha. My first home was in Ralston, I was too young to remember, then Omaha, which I am fairly familiar with, but I grew up in Bellevue for the rest of my adolescence in the same home.
CHRIS: Are you a fan of the old campy sexploitation films like the ones Russ Myer made?
BECKI: Unfortunately, I was not so familiar with Russ Myer and many of his films. I had vaguely heard of Beyond the Valley of The Dolls. I do enjoy Grindhouse films that include sexploitation themes, as well as other films. Gotta love that enticing sex appeal.
CHRIS: How did you get started in modeling?
BECKI: It began when I was about 15 and was enrolled, thanks to my father, in a six-month talent (modeling/acting) educational program; Barbizon. I started modeling at that time, I never previously had much aspiration in that area. But after I began that aspiration grew. I have been modeling for a little over a decade now.
CHRIS: What have been some of your most memorable photo shoots for either good or bad reasons?
BECKI: It is kind of hard to say, I have had a lot of memories within many of my shoots. I’d have to say one of my first photo shoots. I was 16 and very much into FX makeup, self taught. I shot with two others and did their makeup work as well as my own, and shot with my primary photographer as well as my friend Steve Gray. He is quite well-known here in Omaha, especially within the local alternative scene. He has shot many of my photo sets for my previous Patreon works, and does wonderful work. I have also shot in Florida at a cat sanctuary with multiple breeds of wild cats, but no worries, they were somewhat domesticated. Along with other shoots in Florida in multiple locations, some yet to be seen by the public.

Becki Bullets
“My tattoo artist is quite amazing, Kimberly Anderson at Rawhide Tattoo. As far as my piercings go, I currently have 13, including my stretched earlobes, which sounds like a ton.”
On another note, aside from the good memories, the one bad experience/shoot that was memorable was when I was 16, thankfully properly accompanied, and shot with a man whom later I discovered had many aliases amongst other things. The shoot was somewhat mature for a 16 year old, including the fact I was instructed to dress in a strapless top and latex skirt with no underwear. The reason being the lining of the underwear may show through. Whatever the case, the guy made comments and other notions that were not only suspicious, but uneducated and even mature in nature for someone my age at the time. The shoot was shot in the basement of a house that would normally not entirely be extremely strange had it been his own home and not what later turned out, to my knowledge, a hideout of many. I have otherwise been wise enough to avoid bad settings and situations due to some of my education amongst intuition and other knowledge.
CHRIS: Who have been some of your favorite photographers to work with?
BECKI: I enjoy most of the photographers I have worked with even the ones I have discontinued work with I hate to choose favorites, excluding the photographer mentioned earlier with many aliases, as not only least favorite, but should be avoided at all measures.
CHRIS: I noticed you have some unique body modifications.
BECKI: I have a few, not finished to say the least (laughs), but in due time, I enjoy my part in representing the body mod community. Though I do understand the factors in which it can affect my business in modeling and acting, I can’t help that I am passionate in regards to it. I currently have five tattoos, three by my current artist, one being a mistake to say the least. We do stupid things when we are young (laughs). Hoping to get the mistake covered up as soon as possible. My tattoo artist is quite amazing, Kimberly Anderson at Rawhide Tattoo. As far as my piercings go, I currently have 13, including my stretched earlobes, which sounds like a ton (laughs). Some of my piercings are done by one of Omaha’s best body piercers, Justus Van Dyne of Eye Candy West, located in Omaha. As far as my earlobes go, I started stretching them when I was a freshmen in high school. I started at a 16 gauge, stayed at several different sizes for a few months at a time to over a year. I am 26 and currently three sizes over an inch at 1 3/8″. The process of stretching your earlobes is simple; it is important to leave in current gauge size jewelry for at least a month before stretching up a size.
CHRIS: Have you had formal dance training?
Becki Bullets
“My favorite writers are Edgar Allen Poe, Sonya Sones, Sylvia Plath, and Emily Dickinson. Most of my poetry is quite dark as I do have a trigger warning written up.”
BECKI: No dance training of any kind. Fun fact: I have always had terrible balance and weak ankles. I do enjoy dancing and music very much, however.
CHRIS: What are some of the films you have appeared in, so far?
BECKI: No actual films yet, just episodes on The Angry Brothers Shock-O-Rama and a dancing video special feature for RAK films.
CHRIS: You’ve also authored a some poetry that’s available on Amazon. One is entitled Tragedies and Fairy Tales.
BECKI: It’s a project in the works, consisting of poetry from the ages of 10 to 22, as I recall. I have hardly written since. The book itself is actually titled Tragedies and Fairy Tales. I decided to self publish my work that I have put off for so long. It is a prized possession of mine, I have lost some of it over time. I am still finding pieces here and there luckily. I started passionately writing at a young age, it was a therapeutic escape. In due time, I hope to get back into the swing of writing. My favorite writers are Edgar Allen Poe, Sonya Sones, Sylvia Plath, and Emily Dickinson. Most of my poetry is quite dark as I do have a trigger warning written up. However, there are some brighter and lighter pieces.
CHRIS: These next questions are for your alter ego, Countess Boobula. I’m going to go out on a limb and say Elvira was one of your biggest influences?
COUNTESS BOOBULA: Of course.
CHRIS: Do you have a catchphrase?
COUNTESS: Indeed I do! Or should we say a closing phrase “Sweet Nightmares…”
CHRIS: What other horror hostesses do you admire, past or present?
COUNTESS: I admire Elvira, of course! Vampira is my mother. Vincent Price, somewhat a horror host my sweet man and a father of classic horror to my delight. And should we say Rod Serling of The Twilight Zone. Can’t forget my distant cousin The Crypt Keeper. I enjoy many horror hosts. Including the amazing network of hosts and hostesses I’ve met on The Dead Vault Horror Show. I can’t forget the main man Scott Paulson, “Keymaster Slasher Poe,” and I can’t forget my two pets, Jack Angry and Brother James from my own domain.
Countess Boobula
“Can’t forget my distant cousin The Crypt Keeper. I enjoy many horror hosts. Including the amazing network of hosts and hostesses I’ve met on The Dead Vault Horror Show.”
CHRIS: How did you meet the Angry Brothers?
COUNTESS: Well you see it all started in between the Netherworlds and the depths of hell. They scouted me out to proceed to the land of the living. Not sure how I like it here.
CHRIS: What have been some of your favorite horror conventions that you’ve attended, either as a fan or as a featured guest?
THE COUNTESS: Unfortunately, unless you count paranormal conventions (such as) Haunticon, I hell is the closest I’ve ever gotten (laughs). Have not been fortunate enough to attend one yet. And sadly, there are none that occur locally.
CHRIS: Who are some of your favorite horror actresses?
THE COUNTESS: It’s actually hard to say, I get immersed into a film and can’t choose favorites out of the bunches I’ve seen.
CHRIS: With that, I’ll that you so much for doing this. In closing, any shout-outs to friends and fans?
BECKI/THE COUNTESS: Thank you so much! I’d just like to say thank you to everyone reading, my family, and friends, the Angry Brothers, Robert Kotabish of RAK Films, and everyone mentioned in this article, as well.
CHRIS: One final question, for those who gotta know; what are your measurements?
BECKI/THE COUNTESS: 36DD-32-35.



Episode 264 of the Angry Brothers show with the Countess and
special guest, Scream Queen Dawn DuVerger.

See more of Becki Bullets at:
Her IMDb Page
Her Facebook Fan Page
Instagram
TikTok

See more of Countess Boobula at:
Her Facebook Fan Page
The Angry Brothers Website

Thank you to Robert Kotabish of RAK Fims.

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