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Jessica-Cameron-laying-downTo round out Women in Horror Month we are pleased to present this chat with Jessica Cameron! Jessica is a Canadian native who came to the United States to pursue fashion design but ended up falling in love with acting, especially horror. Jessica talks about her active online presence, working with Jim Wynorski on Camel Spiders and a number of her upcoming including Truth or Dare, Desolation, Mania and Save Yourself. It’s crazy how much stuff Jessica Cameron is juggling and a lot gets crammed into this talk. We hope you have enjoyed Women in Horror Month!

Jessica Cameron on Facebook and Twitter
The Truth or Dare video page
Save Yourself trailer

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bamboo_gods_and_iron_men_poster_01It’s Black History Month and the Cinemosity gang looks at American/Filipino Blaxploitation/weirdo Filipino comedy BAMBOO GODS AND IRON MEN. Thrill at how the film tries to do all this different stuff and fails at everything with one of the most obnoxious endings of all time! Plus there’s gossip and stuff.

Next week’s movie is RATS NIGHT OF TERROR directed by Bruno Mattei and starring Geretta Geretta! Listen to the trailer but don’t watch it, because it gives away too much stuff. It IS worth it just for the voiceover alone though.

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mattie_doMattie Do is the First Lady of Laos Film, a filmmaker who is poised to become a transformative cultural figure for her ancestral home of Laos. We first spoke to Mattie in August last year and she totally won us over with her personality, wit and determination. For her return to It Came From the Indies Mattie speaks on her experiences at the Toronto International Film Festival, how her second feature Dearest Sister is coming along and also some of the cultural issues that she faces as a Laos filmmaker. Mattie Do and Martin talk about white privilege, the frustrating success of “poverty porn” filmmaking, and how she is working to change things for the people of Laos. Mattie Do is incredibly engaging, charming and hilarious and is truly an inspiring figure. We really hope you take the time to hear her stories and appreciate the work she is doing.

The first It Came from the Indies interview with Mattie Do
Mattie Do on Twitter
Dearest Sister on Facebook

Next week we talk to Jessica Cameron!

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nicki_grammies-2015The gang returns with an episode supporting Women in Horror Month 2015 as they watch SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE. Gossip and awards news abound before they take on what was supposed to be the “feminist slasher movie” that was supposed to make fun of slasher movie conventions unfortunately not everybody involved got the joke. Still, there’s fun to be had with Slumber Party Massacre and we hope you watch it!

Next week the movie is BAMBOO GODS AND IRON MEN which is on Amazon Prime, Netflix Instant or for free on Youtube so you have NO EXCUSE not to watch it. Seriously.

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LMR_10Tristan Risk is a neo burlesque performer of considerable renown who has wowed audiences around the world. Tristan caught the eye of many a horror fan after her scene-stealing performance as Beatress Johnson in Jen and Sylvia Soska’s AMERICAN MARY. Now in high demand Tristan Risk has a great number of projects available now and coming soon including ABCS OF DEATH 2, Astron 6’s THE EDITOR, FETISH FACTORY and MANIA. Not only a distinctive performer, Tristan is also gracious, hilarious, and utterly charming and makes for a really fun interview. Can Martin stop being an awkward nerd long enough to talk to this lovely woman of horror?! Stay tuned!

Tristan Risk’s official website

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Women in Horror Month! We’re kicking things off by talking to writer Ashlee Blackwell whose website Graveyard Shift Sisters has earned her praise for talking about the experience of being a black female horror fan and for looking into the history of black women and horror. Women in Horror Month is primarily about creators but their endeavors help bring a voice to horror fans like Ashlee so getting her perspective seemed like a great way to start. Martin talks Ashlee’s head off about diversity in both horror and it’s fanbase, the experiences of being an “other” in a white male dominated space, and how we should all just open our minds a little bit and see how diversity can enrich genre film to everybody’s benefit. Check out Ashlee’s article “This is What a Black Female Horror Fan Looks Like” and the rest of the excellent Graveyard Shift Sisters

Thanks for listening, next week Martin talks to Tristan Risk of American Mary, The ABCs of Death 2, The Editor and many more!

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Cinemosity 65 – The Black Godfather

black_godfatherCinemosity is back! Again! For reals this time we’re back. Cinemosity brings you the celebrity gossip and news that you need and then batters a crappy movie for your entertainment! This week for Black History Month we put the boots to THE BLACK GODFATHER which is like Black Ceasar if it was complete garbage. Seriously, The Black Godfather is bad though it IS fun watching the film humiliate all of the white characters with glee. It’s also is a fine example of The Victory By Default Rule. Don’t watch The Black Godfather.

Next week we celebrate Women in Horror Month with SLUMBER PARTY MASSACRE!

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harbinger_down_2Alec Gillis and Tom Woodruff Jr. co-founded Amalgamated Dynamics Inc. which rose to prominence as one of the great practical effects studios in the world. As well as being the team responsible for H.R. Giger’s Xenomorph from Alien 3 onward their filmography runs the gamut from The Santa Clause to Starship Troopers, Grown Ups 2 to Tremors. As mainstream film looked increasingly to computer-generated effects as the be-all end-all Alec and Tom sensed that there was still an audience for their trade: real and tangible special effects makeup and effects that came to such prominence in the 1980’s. Tom Woodruff Jr. Went on to direct Fire City Interpreter of Signs while Alec Gillis would direct HARBINGER DOWN. While Fire City is more of a thriller with monsters than it is a horror film, Harbinger Down shares more similarities with sci-fi horror of the 80’s and early 90’s such as The Thing and Leviathan. Martin talks with Alec at length about the development of special effects over the last 30 years, the founding of ADI, crowd funding, and of course his directorial debut Harbinger Down. Check out the trailer for Harbinger Down after the break and do check out the ADI Youtube channel for tons of behind the scenes footage on a bunch of their different projects. Thanks for listening, next week we start Women in Horror Month!

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