Inspiration is found everywhere – even on Instagram and Twitter. One of the coolest people that I have come across in my internet travels is Bambi Generazzo AKA Toxic Bambi.
Describing herself as a “Robot Building Super Villain in Training,” this amazing artist is not only using her unique outlook to transform the world, but she is also bringing awareness to the world of disability. Defying and redefining her cerebral palsy diagnosis with the powerful energy of a pigtail wearing, color happy, comic loving adventuress, she is a true beacon of awesomeness.
More than blood and gore, horror films survive on their sense of dramatic stakes. Similarly, theater diva Lainie Kazan, who has graced a number of horror themed projects, has as much drama in her voice as the best of them.
First coming to prominence as Barbra Striesand’s understudy in the original Broadway run of Funny Girl, Kazan may be better known as a comedienne in projects such as My Big Fat Greek Wedding and Lust in the Dust. But she’s added sass and vibrancy to Out of the Dark, a late ‘80s slasher featuring a golden cast of stand-bys including Karen Black, Tab Hunter and Geoffrey Lewis, and an episode of Tales From the Cryptthat featured other notables such as Bill Paxton and Brad Dourif…who did away with her overbearing office manager character in a very gruesome manner.