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BJColangelo

www.dayofthewoman.com

BJ Colangelo is special. Not in a “please don’t give her chocolate or knives” kinda special, but pretty damn close. A recovering toddlers & tiaras alumna, BJ is a seasoned musical theatre performer, film maker, and freelance writer. You can find her work on Day of the Woman, Icons of Fright, and Bitch Flicks or follow her on twitter @bjcolangelo.

The 5 Best Chicago Horror Films

I’ve lived in a variety of locations over the years, but I firmly believe Chicago, IL is the greatest city in the world. A thriving environment of culture, commerce, and culinary achievements, Chicago is also the home of many beloved pieces of cinema. While most cinephiles remember Chicago as the home of most of John Hughes’ filmography

Movie Review: The Sins of Dracula (2014)

Scorpio Film Releasing has yet to put out a film that I didn’t love. Home of films like The Disco Exorcist and Nun of That, the Michael Varrati penned The Sins of Dracula was one of my most anticipated films of 2014. My wait was not in vain, as the film is absolutely everything I

5 Reasons to Support Underground Horror

Horror fans often discuss horror within two camps: mainstream and independent.  More times than not, mainstream horror is classified as a film given a wide theatrical release while independent films are festival darlings, straight to VOD, or limited theatrical releases. Independent films are films that thrive on word of mouth; considering the lack of marketing budget

Celebrate Earth Day with The Happening

M. Night Shyamalan had all but destroyed his reputation with horror fans after the failures of films like The Village and Lady in the Water , but the proverbial nail in the coffin came with his eco-horror film, The Happening.  While the trailer seemed to promise the return of the mind that gave us The Sixth Sense,