Welcome to the lair of the Spinsters of Horror! Where two metal bitches come together to share their passion and love for all things horror.
The horror genre is dominated by the masculine perspective of horror with countless websites and podcasts. With the lack of female voices in horror and horror podcasting, we want to help change that. We feel it is important to celebrate and encourage female horror fans while at the same time remaining inclusive to all who love what horror has to offer.
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Jess, Spinster # 1 - Web and Podcast Master - also known as The Witchy One and Banger of Heads
Jess has always been interested in the paranormal and spooky macabre elements of life. Her horror journey started out with literature and graphic novels however expanded over time into all mediums of the horror genre. When not working her day job as a Security Compliance Specialist for an IT company, she is busy studying and practicing witchcraft, hanging out with her partners, taking care of her kitty clowder and most importantly, following her newfound love and passion for horror with writing, researching, and podcasting. Her favourite horror series is The Evil Dead franchise, the movie The VVitch (2016) and television series, Penny Dreadful. Sweet screams, listeners.
Kelly, Spinster # 2 - Social Media and Promotion Manager - also known as The Slayer of Men and Kisser of Kittens
By day Kelly can be found squeeing over cats and dogs as a Registered Vet Tech, but once she clocks out she turns into a wild, dark-haired maven of the night! As a horror fan for 25 years, Kelly enjoys all sorts of macabre and wondrous horror creations from extreme horror films to beautifully illustrated board games. She can be found with a cup of black coffee, or a beer, in front of her TV watching horror films or reading the latest edition of Grim Magazine. Her favourite horror film of all time is Alien (1979) and her comfort horror movies are Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master (1988), The Monster Squad (1987) and Elvira, Mistress of the Dark (1988). Stay grim, horror fans.