MK Northum (2017)

It turns out that Texas Frightmare Weekend is just the gift that keeps on giving. While I was there, wandering in between delightfully confrontational Udo Kiers, adorable monster babies, five dollar Stella Artios, and enough amazing artists to make my dried up little soul sing, I stumbled across this. You know that feeling when you look across a crowded room and lock eyes with some beautiful stranger and you just can’t look away?

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Azita Gonzalez (2017)

Let me set the scene for you: Texas Frightmare Weekend, clown costumes, stilt walkers, little-taxidermied animals, Udo Kier shouting lascivious taunts into the crowd. There I was-- drifting in the kind of pleasant haze only over-priced beer can give you, trying not to bump into the Evil Priest or get too lost in the gravitational pull of Wilford Brimley’s mustache-- when I saw it. At first, I thought it was another baby, but a second glance revealed dainty claws on slender arms, skin so white it had an ethereal blue cast to it, and, best of all, a head that sprouted into five wicked looking petals, curving in around a yawning mouth fringed with dangerously cute little teeth.

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Kristanna Loken (2017) #video

Before the interview, I only knew Kristanna Loken from Terminator 3, but once I did a little digging I was pleasantly surprised with her on-screen history. Loken isn't an overnight success, so join me as we dive into some past appearances from Mortal Kombat and Boy Meets World. I apologize for the shifty audio, the connection wasn't the best for some reason.

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Alexander Nevsky (2017) #video

Alexander Nevsky is a former Mr. Universe and a Russian member of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. We're also best friends now. Nevsky recently transitioned to directing and producing with his recent release, Black Rose.

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Brent Ray Fraser (2017) #nsfw

Over the course of our two years in existence, we at CineDump have strived to bring you not just the latest in film reviews and entertainment news, but interviews with fascinating individuals who may not normally come across the average media junkie’s radar. To that end we’ve spoken to body mod artists, identical twin horror filmmakers, purveyors of necrophiliac puppet docudramas and Pokémon hunting porn stars. Today, we take a further step into the spiral for a look at a very unique artist—a man who defines not simply the conventions of his craft, but whose very lifestyle is so rarefied that an entirely new term has had to be coined in order to classify him.

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Kelli Maroney (2017)

Though the world has been happy to hop aboard the 80s nostalgia train in recent years, it’s easy to forget that it was an era of tremendous self-effacement and produced media that’s questionable at best through contemporary eyes. Robocop and Wall Street were, after all, scathing indictments of the age, condemning the world of the 1980s as readily as the world at large condemned the malaise and nihilism of the 1970s. Too, while The Breakfast Club, Lucas, and myriad other coming-of-age dramas may have seemed revolutionary for their time, no modern day reassessment is complete without a look at how poorly some of the social-Darwinism moral underpinnings have aged, if they were ever healthy to begin with.

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