Debbie Rochon Directs!

Posted: June 1, 2012 by Jenny Dreadful in Film, News

As feminists in the horror community, it’s probably obvious that Final Girl Support Group LOVES Debbie Rochon. Actress, writer, advocate for women in horror… this lady rocks. Great news for us and fellow Rochon admirers! We just received word on the newest phase of Debbie’s career; a turn in the director’s chair.

HUNGRY for the KNIFE, DEBBIE ROCHON’S DIRECTORIAL DEBUT

(29 May 2012) There’s nothing more thrilling than power saws and vacuums plugging into the screen to suck, tuck, and dismember unsuspecting young women for your viewing pleasure. It’s equally intoxicating when the director herself has starred in these roles hundreds of times. 

Fangoria Magazine’s June 2012 cover model and First Lady of Fear (Issue #314), veteran genre actress Debbie Rochon (COLOUR FROM THE DARK, THEATRE BIZARRE) is crossing over the lens in her directorial debut with the self-aware horror film, “Model Hunger”.  

Written by executive producer James Morgart (WON TON BABY!) and produced by Gregory Lamberson (SLIME CITY and SLIME CITY MASSACRE) and Shannon Lark (LUDLOW), “Model Hunger” is a terrifying perspective of what can happen when the industry pushes one woman too far and the horrifying domino effect that hacks, grinds, and amputates the unlucky women crossing her path. 

“Model Hunger” is slated for production this summer with a talented cast to bring the horror straight to your voyeuristic eyes. For now, stampede over to the Facebook page and pledge your undying devotion to the blade. Model Hunger: we are just getting started.

www.facebook.com/ModelHunger

www.debbierochon.com

www.morgueartfilms.com

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