It’s the final day of Women In Horror month here on Bloody-Disgusting and we got Jennifer Bartlett, vocalist of Grand Rapids, MI hardcore band Fine Fine Titans, to put together a list of her 5 Top Women In Horror! The list features some true gems, some of whom you might not have expected to land on the list but, at the same time, ones you can’t deny at all! These ladies alternately terrify and amaze us with their strength, their perseverance, and their badass scares. Check out the list below!
Fine Fine Titans are gearing up for the release of new EP Omega, which comes out on April 8th. The band has just released a new single entitled “Dance Of The Omega”, which you can listen to below. Keep your eyes peeled for a music video premiere for the track next week, right here on Bloody-Disgusting!
5. Felissa Rose: Sleepaway Camp – How could you not love the disturbed transvestite murderer in this film? The hissing sound and terrifying look on her face at the end (with extra private parts) is the real killer!
4. Sheri Moon Zombie: The Devil’s Rejects/House of 1000 Corpses – With her stunning good looks and electric spunk, she’s not a question! It’s no wonder she’s Rob Zombie’s favorite Scream Queen…I’m guessing she’s on that list for a lot of men.
3. Cassandra Peterson: Elvira: Mistress of The Dark – “Mirror, Mirror on the wall: Who’s the most drop dead gorgeous one of all?” Elvira sure is and her humor is parallel to her beauty! Maybe one of the most recognized faces in horror!
2. Fairuza Balk: The Craft – This woman scares the crap out of me and I want to be her at the same time. As a pre-teen watching The Craft, I was terrified and completely mesmerized. I was totally convinced that Fairuza didn’t even have to act in this film.
1. Linda Blair: The Exorcist – I didn’t sleep for weeks without dreaming about this movie after the first time I watched it…it felt excruciatingly real. Linda Blair will always go down in history as one of the best actresses in horror and this movie an absolute classic!
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