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The term “Scream Queen,” while considered by some horror fans as a term of endearment, is considered by others to be demeaning to the female gender. Often times, women in the independent horror film industry are exploited as well as typecast in roles that will cement their reputation in low budget horror – and at the same time stereotype them in a genre notorious for the typical and predictable clichés; graphic, over the top violence, rape, sex, and nudity. What does the future hold for women in horror? That question – and more – are answered by the women themselves, with in-depth interviews including: A Giant Monster Tale star Judy Cerda Scream Queen legends Debbie Rochon and Brinke Stevens “Miss Vampy,” actress Brooke Lewis The Texas Chainsaw Massacre star Teri McMin The late, great Hammer Films scream siren Ingrid Pitt And many more.
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Sean Killian is the author of the fictional novellas Summer Ghosts, the Guff, and Blood is Thicker Than Water, and the forthcoming non-fiction books the Future of Horror: Examining the Genre from a Fresh Perspective, and In Their Own Words: Women in Horror Speak Out. His feature film screenplays include Sunsets in Stone and Dancing with the King, the latter of which is a paranormal romance based on the exploits of the late Elvis Presley, are under consideration by independent filmmakers in California, and three of his short film screenplays have already been opted for film for possible release in 2013. He is semi-retired and lives in Indianapolis, Indiana, where is currently at work on his next feature film screenplay, Diary of a Scream Queen.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 296 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.67 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk1477531483