Why You Should Watch Karen Gillan’s ‘Conventional’

Horror is a gem of a genre. I say this because in many ways it can spoof itself and also be very self-referential. If done properly, this can be a good thing. If not, it can become one big joke and feel very forced. The low-budget film The Final Girls did it quite well because it... Continue Reading →

Bloody Mary (2018) Short Film Review

Bloody Mary is a tradition/urban legend that dates back countless years. If you're not aware of what it is, a person must stand in front of a mirror and call Bloody Mary three times for her to appear. Now, when it comes to this urban legend, there has been numerous takes, in both feature and... Continue Reading →

Interview with Tommie Vegas

The Horror Club is pleased to speak to actress, Tommie Vegas, who has worked on wide range of projects within the horror genre such as Manscaping, Nite Nite,  The Interrogation of Cheryl Cooper (photo above), for which she picked up the Pollygrind Best Actress Award (2014). Upcoming projects include The Bread of Wickedness, The Virus... Continue Reading →

Interview with Lori R. Lopez

The Horror Club talks to Lori R. Lopez, who, while mainly a writer, works across a number of different mediums including film and music. To date, she has sixteen titles in print, forty+ e-books available, while her poems and short stories have been published in a number of magazines and anthologies. Tell us about yourself?... Continue Reading →

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