Hope Harrell of Macabrecast (2017)

It’s a loud, mean, mad world out there, but you don’t need me to tell you that. Forget abstract badness on the macro level, let’s look in our own vast, garbage strewn backyard: the internet.From cyber bullies to slut-shamers to Yahoo News users to your common garden variety troll, the online world is becoming a place as vile and vicious as the physical world it imitates.

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Ben Dukes (2017)

Like most of our recent coverage, Karate Kill was one of the many personal highlights to come from this year's Texas Frightmare. And because of which, I quickly sought out Kurando Mitsutake's previous film, Gun Woman. While both films are extremely action packed, I'd have to lean towards KK as the more superior of the two films.

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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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