Female characters are perhaps one of the hottest, touchiest topics in horror. Are they there as damsels in distress? Are they there simply for scintillating, sexual eye candy? Are they equal to their male counterparts? Regardless of the thoughts surrounding this subject, there is no argument that horror has provided some truly badass female characters.
And with all this in mind, Knee High Fox singer Christine Connolly (who also appeared in 2006′s Underworld: Evolution) has put together a list of her 10 Favorite Females In Horror, which you can check out below!
Also below is the music video for “Black Widow”, which you can purchase on iTunes. The band will be releasing their debut album sometime in 2013. It is being produced by Howard Benson (Halestorm, Red, Art Of Dying). READ MORE
LA-based rock group Knee High Fox has released a video for “Black Widow”, which comes off their as-of-yet untitled debut album. The video shows the band performing in a dark room with several scantily clad people who are all engaged in some form of sexual tension. Then, things become a bit more vampiric. You can watch the video below.
The debut album is being produced by Howard Benson (Halestorm, RED, Art Of Dying) and will be released in 2013. Knee High Fox features Christine Connolly, who starred in 2006′s Underworld: Evolution. READ MORE
Marvel announced that they will be releasing a new direct-to-DVD film to star the Punisher and Black Widow. Jeph Loeb recently revealed on a podcast that Marvel has 15 animated projects in various stages of development, which will be announced shortly.. READ MORE
This is a bit old, but it’s still pretty awesome so I figured I’d share it with you. Yuma, AZ based luthier Rick Johnson makes custom guitars for some very big names in music, including Ke$ha, David Bowie, Jimmy Buffet, and more. But the guitar that horror fans will probably appreciate the most is his Black Widow guitar that he constructed for Alice Cooper. Personally, I hate spiders (seriously, get those eight-legged bastards away from me) so this wouldn’t be a guitar for me, but I can see the appeal for Cooper and his stage antics. Check it out below! READ MORE
For a room that seats a few hundred people, the Marvel Prose panel was quite empty; apparently without the pictures, you lose the fans. Already out from the Marvel Prose line is “Civil War” from Moore, and Whedon’s “Astonishing X-Men” by Peter David. Coming in 2013 are “New Avengers” in January, which will be followed by “Iron Man Extremis” by Marie Javins in April. The panel spoke about the liberties taken when adapting a comic to prose form and the new character relationships that have spawned out of that. Details follow. READ MORE