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WOMEN IN HORROR FILM FESTIVAL magnificently illustrates the power of Women in Horror Month

In a month celebrating Women in Horror, February ended on an incredibly rewarding high note with the WOMEN IN HORROR FILM FESTIVAL, presenting three days of horror features and shorts from an amazing selection of talented women filmmakers. Run by Vanessa Ionta Wright, the festival launched in late 2016 (founded by Vanessa and Samantha Kolesnik) […]

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[Review] Dolls (Women in Horror Film Festival): A Man’s Obsession Leads to Horror and Humor

Australian dark comedy Dolls involves a man’s unhealthy obsession with his doll collection. It’s a fun short film that also features some heavier moments as it addresses possessiveness and other perilous relationship issues. A man (Cameron Hurry) and a woman (Caitlin Hill) are in the middle of a heavy makeout session when, after entering his […]

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Women In Horror Film Festival 2020 lands during Women In Horror Month

When no WIHFF was announced for October 2019, the Grue-Crew shed a collective tear. Where was one of our favorite film festivals? Well, GOOD NEWS, festival director Vanessa Ionta Wright has shared a wonderful WIHFF update. The Atlanta based festival has moved from October to February 2020 (Women in Horror Month!) and has relocated to […]

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Actress Kristi Ray Looks Toward a Bright Fright-Fare Future During “Women In Horror Month”

A few years ago, I was an outsider not knowing what to expect when I answered a creepy Craigslist casting call from David Long for the female lead in a little indie horror flick called Pieces of Talent. This action ultimately catapulted me into the in-crowd of underground horror. That’s where I realized it’s impossible […]