Christopher is the creator and “Head Sinner” of Sinful Celluloid. His areas of interest include Horror, Pirates, and Exploitation of all sorts including Bikers, Nazis, and Nuns. He is into 60’s Hot-Rod cool, 70’s horror. and 80’s punk. He is also a professional screenwriter and produced projects for Mobile Horror Channel American Horrors and Blanc/Biehn Productions. He has also been a contributing writer for Fangoria and Shock Till You Drop. You can follow his adventures in horror including his morning movie on INSTAGRAM and TWITTER.
Daniella Batsheva is an Illustrator based in Los Angeles with experience in Apparel Graphics, Horror Art, and Children’s Book Illustrations. She has worked with Bobby Alt, Teddy Scares, and BuySellTeach among many other organizations. Her work has been featured in Dread Central, Rebelicious, Rainbow Rumpus, and Fangoria. Daniella currently designs clip-art and illustrates posters for independent horror films.
Ryan T. Cusick
Ryan T. Cusick is a desert dweller because of the ample body storage. He enjoys conversation and writing about anything within the horror genre, Conventions, special events and Jack Daniels! Horror first sparked Ryan’s interest at the tender age of three, after his first viewing of The Amityville Horror. Ryans’ eleven-year-old daughter is now following in his footsteps and has expressed her interest in the genre, parenting at its finest! Ryan received a Master’s Degree in Psychology and has aspirations to write a novel someday when he finds the time.
Miranda Angers is a small town Canadian girl with a big love for spooky and dark things. Her love for horror started at a very young age. With an older brother on a mission to give his sister nightmares, he did not realize he sparked an obsession. From there she discovered films that would forever hold a place in her heart A Nightmare On Elm Street, Friday the 13th, Pet Sematary and many, many others. After seeing these movies her dreams and thought process has never been the same. Constantly searching for the next thing that could potentially creep her out, it has almost become a lifestyle. As an adult she enjoys scaring children, reading Dean Koontz novels, and staying home and watching horror in her underwear.
Venetia Rossi joins us from Boston, where by day you can find her wearing a suit and acting convincingly like a responsible and productive member of society. By night, she is most often found at home indulging her lifetime love of horror movies and all books on criminal psychology. As a child she was raised by strict parents who banned television from the home, and limited movie viewings to one weekend rental from the local library’s very limited selection. A child deprived, young Venetia was forced to turn to reading. Specifically Edgar Allen Poe, Agatha Christie, and library textbooks on criminal psychology and law. While this might disturb most parents, Venetia’s mother encouraged her curiosity and supported her odd interests in murder, mysteries, and a fascination with serial killers. When finally allowed to watch more than one movie a week, she more than made up for lost time, making her way through decades of classic horror, always looking for something that could lead her to the next scary movie to enjoy. You can follow her on INSTAGRAM and TWITTER
Tricia is from the Los Angeles area. She has never been into the typical “girly” things. Instead, she developed interests for horror, werewolves, and crystals. She loves horror conventions, punk shows, book shops, and smoothies. Her favorite place to visit is Salem, Massachusetts, and does her best to visit every year. You can catch her taking some occasion pictures with horns on her head or fangs on her teeth, sometimes both. To see more of her interests, follow her on Instagram or Twitter.
Camilla is an actress, writer, film-maker, musician, and horror junkie. As a child she would force her artist mother to draw sharp teeth on her dolls and was besotted when her eyes first gazed upon the mangled visage of Freddy Krueger.
An Australian ex-pat, Camilla keeps herself busy interviewing film luminaries for Australian Cinephile group CINEMANIACS, writes contributing pieces for FANGORIAand hosts a variety/horror/sci-fi web series THE MILLI SHOW. In her spare time she can sometimes be seen walking her cat in Hollywood…
Jenna is a screenwriter and director whose ideas tend to scare her writing partner. She digs psychological and supernatural horror, but doesn’t mind throwing a bucket or three of blood on things for fun. She harbors a (not-so-secret) love of fairy tales, travel, ladyporn, accents, red lipstick, coffee, Converse, and ass-kicking heroines. Edgar Allan Poe, Stephen King, and Alfred Hitchcock are her spirit animals.
Jennica is an entertainment journalist who habitually mistakes wordplay for foreplay. She is an avid tea drinker and head-banger, a collector of movie artwork and vintage fashion, and a lover of wiener doggies. Her favorite horror subgenres include 70s occult films, exploitation, and giallo. When she isn’t planted on her couch eyeballs-deep in a gore fest, she is likely on the beach calling Cthulhu, reading the Necronomicon, or drinking the night away at a dead man’s party.
You can stalk her on TWITTER as well!
Addy Rivera became interested in all things spooky after reading The Raven by Edgar Allan Poe in eighth grade. Her fascination grew to the intangible and unexplained at 16, when she realized she could manipulate reality. Today, she is a special effects makeup artist, poet, painter, photographer, psychic, conscious channeler, Hoodoo practitioner, energy worker, magi, and teaches various subjects to those she mentors such as magic, herbal remedies, crystal therapies, intuitive development, etc. She can be found cavorting at concerts, reading esoteric books in nature, and watching scary movies through huddled pillows.
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Growing up in household where paranormal activity was “Normal” and having siblings with the ability to hear the death was quiet the childhood. I have lived in haunted houses before, from the moment I was born to about 6 years ago. I found myself escaping this reality by writing stories of what I imagined would be a “normal” home. Later I discovered that at some point you have to learn to live with these paranormal entities and so I did. Watching scary movies late at night just to see if I would invoke anything, or even staying up late listening to see if I would hear something, taking pictures in the darkness to catch ghostly figures. I think that’s the reason for me being who I am today, always aware, always looking for answers, always interested in the unknown, an open minded individual with a heart set on horror and a soul as dark as night.