Annie Clark the celebrated musician and songwriter also known as St. Vincent, will make her directorial debut on Magnet Releasing’s upcoming all-female-helmed horror anthology film “XX,” the company announced Tuesday.
Not only will each segment be directed by a woman, each will star female leads. Clark’s segment, scheduled to film this spring, has been co-written and will be produced by genre maven Roxanne Benjamin (“Southbound”).
In addition to Clark, other directors attached include Karyn Kusama (“The Invitation”), Jennifer Lynch (“Surveillance”), and Jovanka Vuckovic (“The Captured Bird”), who was once the editor of Rue Morgue Magazine.
A HUGE shoutout to our friends Jody, Monica and Rodrigo at THE premiere horror magazine RUE MORGUE!!!!!
Not only have they been incredibly kind at giving this project a lot of
great press but they’ve graciously agreed to help out on the
Kickstarter by offering three 6 month subscriptions to our friends and
Evidently they did a review of Apparitional in their latest issue. And Evidently the entire group of Argyle Goolsby, TB Monstrosity, Nathan Bane and (how DARE they…) Rick O Mortis was each given their own bashing by name, and the album in its entirety was compared something along the lines of horror/late AFI (so the AFI that sucks)/powerpunk. Fuck you Rue Morgue. I hope you fall off cedar bluff and lose your heads you fuckers.
I knew I forgot some wolfmansgotnardsspookyastronauts Anti-Viral, The Changeling and Hobo with a Shotgun are a few more of my favourite Canadian Horror Films (I previously stated Ginger Snaps, My Blood Valentine and The Last Will and Testament of Rosalind Leigh)