One horror enthusiast will win $13,000 and hit the hills of Hollywood to go head-to-head in a photoshoot with Kane Hodder to be featured in Rue Morgue Magazine.
Kane Hodder is a horror icon — he's an American author, stuntman, and actor best known for his portrayal of Jason Voorhees in the Friday the 13th franchise. Competitors will unlock exclusive interviews with the man behind the mask, and the next Face of Horror will join Hodder for a bone-chilling photoshoot.
Thrills, chills, and stills! The imminent Face of Horror will conjure with Kane Hodder at the Woodbury House, an iconic filming location known for American Horror Story, True Blood, and V/H/S, among others. The Colonial Revival structure was built in 1882 and has a haunted history with reports of aggressive spirits wandering the halls.
Rue Morgue, a must-read for horror fans, delves into classic films, upcoming releases, and captivating interviews. The future Face of Horror will head to Hollywood for a one-of-a-kind photoshoot with Kane Hodder, leaving their mark in the pages of this esteemed legacy. Hollyweird, the heart of horror, has shaped the genre from silent cinemas to iconic works like Dracula and Scream.
Jim Vendiola is an award-winning Filipino-American filmmaker whose work explores themes of heartache, longing, liminality, eros, and pathos. He has been recognized by the industry with various awards, including the Best Director award at the 2021 Chicago Underground Film Festival for his latest film, "Pretty Pickle." Jim will be the spirit guide for competitors on their Face of Horror journey, offering unspeakable secrets to get ahead.
Unearth the eerie realm of horror with haunting workshops led by acclaimed special effects makeup artist Gabe Bartalos, visionary filmmaker/writer Adam Green, composer Rocky Gray, and actress Geretta Geretta. Competitors will step into the world of fright and discover the secrets behind crafting chilling experiences from these industry luminaries.
Megan Higby, known in the burlesque circuit as Whiskey Tango, was named the first-ever Face of Horror in 2022. Whiskey Tango has been devouring horror since the age of four after seeing Gremlins for the first time — she loves to review films and create burlesque performances from iconic horror films and characters.
Stephen King once said, "We make up horrors to help us cope with the real ones." We all love the feeling of being scared, but we also love knowing that it's all just fiction. Unfortunately, many of us will experience real-life horror at some point, such as the devastating effects of childhood cancer. But, thanks to organizations like the B+ Foundation, childhood cancer doesn't have to be so scary.
Face of Horror is proud to support the B+ Foundation to aid in their mission to provide financial assistance to families, fund childhood cancer research, bring awareness to the fight against childhood cancer, and spread positivity!