Women in Horror Month 2019

Welcome to the 2019 Women in Horror Month campaign.  The pics below will bring you to the Gallery’s own Women in Horror, and below that you can read the interviews from the 2019 entrants or fill out the form and get yourself in there.  You deserve a trading card!

And we are thinking about doing special versions of the interview specifically for horror podcasters and horror game streamers so if you have any feedback on that let us know below!


Women in Horror 2019 Submission Form

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    List up to 3 of your horror occupations in order of importance to you*

    Which of your achievements to date are you most proud of?

    What's your favorite horror film and why?*

    Who is your hero in the horror world and why?*

    Share a practical tip for a woman who wants to do what you do.*

    Inspire someone who is not where they want to be in the industry yet.*

    Scare the crap out of us with something you have done or plan on doing!*

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