This episode has amateur film reviewer Madeline Milden coming to us from her car in her local Target parking lot to give us her thoughts on Robert Hiltzik’s 2008 summer camp slasher, Return to Sleepaway Camp.
Tough on the outside, adorable on the inside, actress and writer Eva Ceja began performing at a young age in her home city with the Seattle Children’s Theater and directed her first stage play while she was still in high school.
Here our cat-loving film reviewer Madeline Milden (wearing an eye-catching black top adorned with small gold chains in front) reviews Dario Argento’s 2009 slasher, Giallo, a film that was spawned from Italian pulp mystery novels.
Lily Rae is a model based out of Burnaby, in British Columbia, Canada, just east of Vancouver. There’s not much more to add, since this interview didn’t go any further than a few preliminary questions.
Her debut review on David Cronenberg’s early works was something that was going to be a hard act for her to follow, but amateur film reviewer Madeline Milden’s recent thoughts on the trailer of the remake of Dario Argento‘s Suspiria.
With titles like Bloodstruck, Disciples, The Bitch That Cried Wolf, and Zombie Dollz, to her credit, Minneapolis-based actress Rachel Grubb is a well-known name in indie horror. As this goes to press, Rachel is working on Queen of Snakes.