Granted, the spills and thrills of horror attract many to the genre. Those, though, who find a psychic and emotional link with everything terror strewn, from the sarcastic majesty of Freddy to quieter masterpieces like Lucky McKee’s May, will find much to enjoy with BJ Colangelo’s excellent Day of the Woman blog.
Colangelo, who recently wrote an emotionally revealing review of I Spit on Your Grave for (anthology book) Hidden Horror, often takes a psychological view on horror. But whether she is describing how scary movies helped her beat cancer or championing some obscure film or female filmmaker, she is always exciting and original, a voice that you definitely need to experience.
Be sure to keep up with the Colangelo and Day of the Woman at:
Until the next time – SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan