She, rightfully, became one of the queens of country music due to her feministic response song It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels. This majestic call to arms has been featured in such diverse horror projects as Needful Things, The Devil’s Rejects and Wicked Lake.
But the divine Kitty Wells knew what the true terror was to many a game of romance – a younger woman.
Wisely, Wells also seemed to know just what to do when confronted by a supernaturally inclined, unstoppable killer — Step Aside!
A favorite of Rob Zombie, who also used a track of hers in 31, this iconic performer received many lifetime achievement awards before her death at the age of 92. She continues to be honored, daily, at www.kittywells.com.
Until the next time, SWEET love and pink GRUE, Big Gay Horror Fan!
Filled with sexy action and cinematic intrigue, Ruger, a new comic book created and written by genre goddess Sybil Danning, is a welcome treat for many reasons. The primary pleasure, though, is the lead character, herself. Strong, mysterious and enjoyably anti-authoritarian, Ruger is definitely deserving of becoming a well recognized feminist icon.
Based upon the character from the popular late ‘80s action flick L.A. Bounty, here our heroine is out to nab a payday by bringing in a charismatic Canadian diplomat. The only problem is that he is under the protection of the Federal Government of the United States. Naturally, flying bullets, explosions and epic car crashes are part of the journey that the primary focus takes to try to claim her mark.
Agreeably, the artistic team, including Scott Ethan Ambruson, G.W. Fisher and Dash Martin, have a natural affinity for the exploitation films that Danning is honoring here. They particularly capture Ruger’s chill, insolent nature as she toys with the soldiers and officials who are busy at work trying to neutralize her plans.
Nicely, this buoyant energy makes one truly excited for the future adventures that are sure unfold around this irreverent bounty hunter in the next two issues of the series.