A native of Pittsburg, Texas, Brie Straiton is one half of the driving force behind Hurricane Bridge Entertainment, who brought horror fans the 2016 gorefest Night of Something Strange, in which Brie worked on both sides of the camera.
Ashton Helton is a recent graduate of the University of North Carolina Ashville, who majored in mass communications, and that’s a major that sure isn’t going to waste. This lady lives and breaths everything film related.
Chandra Gerson started out in show biz doing extra work in front of the camera, which led to her taking acting classes at the famed Lee Strasberg acting school. However, Chandra soon found that her true passion in films, was working behind the camera.
Co-founder of indie film production company, Deranged Minds Entertainment, Destinie Orndoff has been an avid horror fan since she was six and saw A Nightmare on Elm Street. Rather than the film giving her nightmares,
This 1994 music video featuring Scream Queen Debra Lamb, is a rare gem that recently surfaced on Youtube. It was produced and directed by then-USC film school student Susan Lambert. The song the video is
With all the zombie/living dead comedy-horrors being released by major studios and independent filmmakers, using “zombie” and “dead” word plays in their titles, these days, it isn’t too often I’ll hear one that really stops
Filmmaker and actress Mary-Madison Baldo (who’ll ask you to call her Madison, not Mary) has all the makings to realize her dream of hearing her name announced at the Oscars someday. Besides her talents, the