50 Years of Classic Horror
I am excited to be appearing at the 50 Years of Classic Horror event in Great Yarmouth in July.
I’ve spent a lot of time in the town being as it’s not far from Norwich, in fact, I went to college there to study fashion for 4 years in my late teens/early 20’s before embarking on my modelling career.
It will be nice to go back and hopefully see some old faces at the event as well as many new.
The Pocket Film of Superstitions has it’s premiere.
Tickets are available now.
The Darkside Issue 239
I am honoured to be appearing on the latest cover of the worlds best selling print horror magazine – The Darkside.
Cover art by the incredible Rick Melton.
With a five page feature inside written by Simon J. Ballard.
Available to pre order now before it hits W H Smiths at the end on the month!
Horror on Sea
It’s January which means it’s nearly time for Horror on Sea, the indie film makers favourite festival which will be celebrating it’s 10th year!
I’ve been lucky enough to have films shown at the festival for the last seven years and this year I appear in six films over the two weekends.
Tickets are available now.
Fright Fest Premieres
The world premieres of Eating Miss Campbell and Powertool Cheerleaders vs the Boyband of the Screeching Dead will both be screening this month at London’s Frightfest.
Individual Discovery Screen tickets are available now. I will be attending both screenings. I hope to see you there!
Video Shop Tales of Terror 2 and 3 in the works
The wonderful curator of the Horror on Sea Video Club, Singh Lall has been making a movie anthology and asked me to feature in the wrap around segment as my TIS films alter ego Paula Valentine and it’s been so much fun steping in to her shoes again. I’m pretty sure she’s starting to get more work than me!
Not only have l been playing Paula again, I’ll also be feature in Ciao Andy’s segment ‘Fleurs du Mal’, Carnie Film’s segment ‘These Burnt Children’ and Fausti Films ‘Vergessen.
Video Shop 2 and 3 are now in the works and just for the record I’m available (as is Paula) to any of the other segment directors in case they’re reading this… haha.
Crowdfunding link below.
Anyone who has followed me over the past two years of apocalypse will have seen my lockdown was filled with adventures with my two best friends Cheryl Neve and Megan Lockhurst both of whom I met on the set of Mannequin in 2020. Whenever we could meet up we did and somewhere within that time the H3X seed was planted.
It’s no secret that I’ve always wanted to be in a girlband and the universe it seems has made that happen. Megan is a super talented singer/songwriter as well as an actress and Cheryl also has an amazing voice.
All of us have released our own solo music and will continue to do so but when we’re together we’re H3X.
We released our first single Trick or Treat in October and are currently working something for Christmas so watch this space.
In the mean time, download, stream, listen to Trick or Treat! It’s available on all digital platforms.