Producer, director, actress, model, and Air Force veteran, Traycee King was featured here nearly a year ago when her How to Survive a Horror Film series grabbed me. After looking over her resume, I knew
If you like movies where only and all the female characters are off the deep end, this gem from Jen & Sylvia Soska is one not to miss. Of special note is Tristan Risk’s bizarre Betty Boop-like stripper, Beatress Johnson and Paula Lindberg’s Ruby Realgirl.
Here’s the very intense teaser to Jessica Cameron’s directorial debut, Truth or Dare, a thriller about six college students who find Internet fame when they make “truth or dare” videos with violent twists. It’s all
I wrote a piece just last month on Frances Manzo’s latest film project, Redlight Kate, which is still in pre-production. Even though tackling the role of producer is still fairly new to Frances, she’s no
The yet-to-be-completed indie drama Redlight Kate, stars Frances Manzo, who also wrote and produced the film. The song “Suffer, Kate” (no, not “Suffocate”), by Los Angeles-based band, Maudlin Strangers will be featured in the film.
The above trailer for the soon-to-be-released supernatural thriller Driving Nowhere, features Tyffani Richards, Heidi Engel, and Tiffany Apan. The short film has gotten some very favorable reviews from fans and critics at the indie film
Since my last visit with San Francisco horror hostess Reyna Young, aka Miss Misery, she’s earned an even higher profile among Bay Area horror aficionados. Her weekly TV show, Miss Misery’s Movie Massacre (viewable throughout
If horror is your thing and you live in the San Francisco Bay Area, you should have heard of Reyna Young, better known as “Miss Misery,” who’s been labeled by the local press as “The Queen of Horror in the Bay Area.”