Tag Archives: Gemma Files

Things to do in October when you Dread

Here’s a few quick suggestions

The Kasturi/Files on Speculative Chic

Follow Sandra Kasturi and Gemma Files as they recap a bunch of movies.

There have been 3 so far. The Haunting, The Thing, and Midsommar. If they recap Viy and The Boxer’s Omen, it’s because I asked nicely enough.

Watch Draug, which is finally available on many streaming services after several years in production. It’s got beautiful lighting, but unless you speak Swedish, you’ll need to be in the mood for subtitles. Medieval witch horror.

Listen to some of the many episodes of the Outer Dark podcast. The latest is Female, Binary, and Queer Bodies in a Weird Space (#55) with Sunny Moraine, Craig Laurence Gidney, Damian Angelica Walters, Laura Blackwell, Zin E Rocklynn

Dim Shores has a new book available from Brooke Warra

Dig into this history of ballet in horror (and please share all your dance horror titles for literature and film).

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Women in Horror month process photos

Here are process photos of me painting the mini as Gemma Files.

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Women in Horror month part 2 – nothing says deathrock like beige industrial carpeting.

So my Gemma Files mini is finished.

I’ll post finished pics later, along with the story montage, but here’s a teaser. Nothing says deathrock like beige industrial carpeting.

I’m currently working on the terrain I intend to use to tell a little story with the mini. It’s based on a Carnegie Library (horizontal layout).

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2019 Women in Horror

I got inspired to paint up a mini as a young Gemma Files, stumbling onto esoteric adventures. This will hopefully involve a diorama or photo montage of some sort at the end of the month.

I’ll start with some early stage photos.

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Women in Horror 2018

Because timing for everything is so far off what I thought it’d be, I have no idea if I’ll be able to do anything specific to celebrate Women in Horror this year, but I’ll try. Here’s some of what I’m planning for the month, and some creators (and locals) who I think are worth knowing about. Continue reading

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