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‘Death House’ Interview: Genoveva Rossi

  • Nerdly
With the anticipated horror Death House being released in cinemas on February 23rd 2018, I got a chance to speak with actress Genoveva Rossi about her experience working on the movie, her short film Attack of the Chickens and bringing her experience as a psychic and tarot card reader to the screen.

How did you first get into acting?

I was always interested in acting since childhood. My first play was nursey school and I was always playing dress up with friends. Then I did some plays in high school then short films in college. Then my first horror films began the end of 2011; Jack ‘O’ Slasher and I Spill Yours Guts.

You have had a quite an impact on the horror scene in a relatively short time. Are, you surprise at how quickly you have gained recognition within the horror community?

I feel more blessed than surprised. I do believe
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Toxic Tutu Trailer Exposes the Conspiracy Behind Toxic Avenger

Toxic Tutu Trailer Exposes the Conspiracy Behind Toxic Avenger
After 30 years of anticipation and 4 years in the making, a pedigree is born! An Almost True Story: Toxic Tutu premieres March 25, 2017 at Mad Monster Party Carolina. A fan-made film, it serves as a companion to the original cult-classic horror-comedy, The Toxic Avenger, a Troma Entertainment release directed by Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz back in 1984 that went onto become a cultural phenomenon and spawned its own franchise, which included multiple movies and an animated series.

More than 30 years after starring in Troma Entertainment's cult classic horror-comedy The Toxic Avenger, Mark Torgl, Aka Melvin the 'Mop Boy', suddenly resurfaces at a horror-fan Cosplay convention. But before he can explain his prolonged obscurity to his fans Mark is abducted by masked gunmen. And for what? A contaminant-rich toxic oasis a select few know exists.

The convention erupts into chaos as the rumor mill swirls: There's been an unexpected find. Toxic
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Hunters Are Looking to Snuff Out Indie Filmmakers

Know who's really killing indie filmmakers? Other wannabe indie filmmakers. Since making a movie has become so easy and Diy, the market has been flooded with trash by people who have no business even owning a camera. This makes finding the promising indie films an absolute chore.

Still, we wade through the film mire, and when something captures our eyes, we bring it to your attention. Take Adam Ahlbrandt's Hunters for example. Test screenings of the film have resulted in a 50 percent walkout ratio, and apparently one man had a panic attack following his viewing.

It is set to be released by ToeTag Films in the Us and Illusions Unlimited in Germany later this year.

The flick stars Linnea Quigley, J.D. Brown, Kacie Marie, Tina Krause, Haley Madison, Jason Vail, Mel Heflin, Shaun Paul Costello, Tiffany Carroll, Victor Bonacore, Jadie Goodpasture, and Genoveva Rossi. Ahlbrandt directs from a script he wrote.
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Production Under Way on Sanctum Deep; First Teaser Art Arrives

Word of a new sci-fi/horror project that kicked off recently landed in our inbox, and we have all the early details on Geraldine Winters' Sanctum Deep right here along with the first teaser art.

From the Press Release:

Dgw Films is currently in production in New York on the wildly suspenseful new sci-fi thriller Sanctum Deep, from the mind of Geraldine Winters (Clownstrophobia, Psychopath: Mania). The film is the first installment in a new series being written, produced, and directed by Winters.

Sanctum Deep takes you on a twisted journey focusing on a rogue scientist who has created a deadly strain of organisms that can potentially destroy mankind. Two people hold the key to unleashing it, and they must be found and stopped before it's too late.

Mystery, murder, blood, torture, and extreme paranoia are just a few of the ingredients of this clever new terrifying and psychologically
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Exclusive pics/details: Second season of “In Fear Of”

  • Fangoria
Exclusive pics/details: Second season of “In Fear Of”
Creator Scott W. Perry tells Fango, “After the success of the first season, we’re moving forward with a bigger slate of movies with more talented filmmakers to come. Ten episodes are confirmed, and we hope to fill the season with 12 in total.”

The first batch of In Fear Of entries, currently visible on YouTube, range from “Monophobia: Fear of Being Alone” to “Achluophobia: Fear of the Dark.” Pictured here are Jeremiah Kipp’s “Scotomaphobia: Fear of Blindness” (pictured right and in two photos below) and Perry’s own “Gerontophobia: Fear of Aging.” “Scotomaphobia,” Perry tells us, “stars Susan Adriensen as Emily, a woman whose downward spiral of addiction in her life coincides with her increasing loss of vision.”

Kipp elaborates: “Our main character is going blind, so imagine an episode of Mr. Magoo where our blurry-eyed protagonist is bumping lines of coke, having shrieking booze-fueled confrontations, putting herself in
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Exclusive pics/details: Second season of “In Fear Of”

  • Fangoria
Exclusive pics/details: Second season of “In Fear Of”
Creator Scott W. Perry tells Fango, “After the success of the first season, we’re moving forward with a bigger slate of movies with more talented filmmakers to come. Ten episodes are confirmed, and we hope to fill the season with 12 in total.”

The first batch of In Fear Of entries, currently visible on YouTube, range from “Monophobia: Fear of Being Alone” to “Achluophobia: Fear of the Dark.” Pictured here are Jeremiah Kipp’s “Scotomaphobia: Fear of Blindness” (pictured right and in two photos below) and Perry’s own “Gerontophobia: Fear of Aging.” “Scotomaphobia,” Perry tells us, “stars Susan Adriensen as Emily, a woman whose downward spiral of addiction in her life coincides with her increasing loss of vision.”

Kipp elaborates: “Our main character is going blind, so imagine an episode of Mr. Magoo where our blurry-eyed protagonist is bumping lines of coke, having shrieking booze-fueled confrontations, putting herself in
See full article at Fangoria »

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