In celebration of Women In Horror Month, we’re reaching back into the archives to bring you a Q&A with one of Canada’s reigning scream queens, the lovely Ms. Margot Kidder (Black Christmas, Sisters, The Amityville Horror) recorded at the very first Rue Morgue Festival of Fear in 2005.
A brief excerpt ran on Rue Morgue Radio back in the day but here for the very first time anywhere, is the full 45 minute Q&A hosted by the legendary Sir Tomb Dragomir, host of Rue Morgue Radio.
In my view, Ms. Kidder is one of great women of horror (and one of my top celebrity crushes). She was not only drop dead gorgeous and talented but she’s ferociously intelligent, hilarious, politically active and full of attitude. And of course, she’s been through the ringer, both professionally and personally but thankfully, she’s survived to share her war stories – which she does quite candidly for our benefit in this Q&A.
I don’t believe she’s come back to the Festival of Fear since 2005 so perhaps it’s time she paid us another visit!
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