Tag: Women in Horror Month

Interview: Beck Underwood for Women in Horror Month

February is Women in Horror Month! As part of the Horror News Network spotlight on women this month we wanted to catch up with Beck Underwood to learn about her experiences in...

WiHM: Interview with Scream Queen Laura Ortiz

As part of Horror News Network's Women in Horror Month coverage, HNN's Larry Dwyer was able to chat with scream queen Laura Ortiz about her work in the world of horror. Laura’s resume includes...

‘Horror Noire’ Author Robin R. Means Coleman: The Horror News Network WiHM Interview

Professor Robin R. Means Coleman, the author of Horror Noire: Blacks in American Horror Films from the 1890s to Present, grew up in the right time and place to become a horror...

Disney’s ‘Hocus Pocus’ to Be Continued in Upcoming Two-Part Novel

Women in Horror month continues with the exciting announcement that every 90s kid's three favorite witches are returning to the public spotlight! Some fans were left wanting a little more nostalgia after...

Women in Horror Month Spotlight on Mary Shelley

While kicking off Women in Horror Month, I would feel a bit remiss if I did not to recognize the contributions of the most influential women in horror history, Mary Shelley.  2018...

Women in Horror Month: Interview with Erika Sanderson

February is Women in Horror Month! As part of the Horror News Network spotlight on women this month we have interviewed Erika Sanderson about her experience as a voice actor for the...
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‘The Invisible Man’ Director Leigh Whannell To Helm ‘Wolfman’

Universal Pictures and Blumhouse Productions are going with a proven horror commodity to guide the fate of their Wolfman remake: Leigh Whannell, director of the box...

Quibi Announces ‘Tomie’ Series From Alexandre Aja

What a wild twenty-four hours it has been for actress Adeline Rudolph. Just yesterday Netflix announced that they had cancelled the Chilling of Adventures...

‘Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula’ Gets Theatrical Release Date

There's a reason that 2016's Train to Busan made it on to my list of the "Top 20 Horror Films of the Past 5...