It’s the middle of the month, which means that the latest issue of Belladonna is available from the digital newsstands!
This month, Chass looks at the social commentary of The Ice Cream Truck, Brittany is utterly unimpressed by America Has Fallen, Samantha resists the classic 1932 version of The Mummy, Addison celebrates the tenth anniversary of the Chicago Zombie March, Kim takes us to one of the eeriest real-life locations in Seattle, Sarah puts in a plea for the defence of the original Buffy film, Katie reports back from Sinister Creature Con, cover star Sussanne Wuest (as seen in Goodnight Mommy and Iceman) puts in an interview, and LinnieSarah lets us in on her personal favourite disaster movies.
All of this can be yours.
As always, my job was filling up the comics section. This month I’ve given you reviews of Mother Panic and The Circle, while The Last Halloween creator Abby Howard is our interviewee for 666 Sketchbook.
Plus! My comic Midnight Widows reaches its fourth instalment, which involves the introduction of the third member of the team…
He’s thinking of the Widows! Are you thinking of the Widows…?