Felissa Rose, beloved by every true horror fan as Sleepaway Camp’s shy yet vengeful Angela, is a pure force of energy. Anyone who has been lucky enough to encounter her enthusiast presence at a con knows this for a fact.
Forever celebrating Sleepaway’s legacy, Rose made a number of stops in the Midwest in 2017. I was lucky enough to chat with her, on stage, about the film’s impact and her most memorable fan encounters at Chicago’s beloved 24 hour film festival The Massacre in October…
…and also spent some time talking with her about some more current projects like the highly anticipated Death House, as well.
Quietly calculating, viciously over-the-top or timidly heroic, I love my women of horror. Therefore, the upcoming British production The Small Woman in Grey sounds truly appealing to me.
Written and directed by Andrew Eltham-Beyers, this soon to be released picture also utilized the talents of Sleepaway Camp’s Felissa Rose, behind the scenes, and legendary scream queen Brinke Stevens, in front of the camera.
Now, here’s a grand reveal for ya! I recently caught up with genre icon Felissa Rose (Sleepaway Camp, Slaughter Party, the Caesar and Otto series) and we chatted about her love for horror and her many upcoming projects.
There’s lots of loving, laughing and a little bit of singing on display here, so definitely check it out!