Wicked Horror Show

Hosted ByLeo, Kevin, Wolfie, Yo Yo and Tony

The "Wicked Horror Show” focuses on interviewing INDIE horror actors and filmmakers.  We’ve had the likes of Kane Hodder, Dee Wallace, Sid Haig, Barbara Crampton, Lloyd Kaufman and many others.

Wicked Horror Show presents Jamie Bernadette star of The 6th Friend and the upcoming I Spit on Your Grave Deja Vu

Six college best friends throw their own private graduation party that goes terribly wrong when an uninvited guest arrives. Five years later, the girls gather once again and endure a night of far more horror and bloodshed.

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Directed by and co-written by Letia Clouston, and starring Jamie Bernadette, Chantelle Albers, Dominique Swain, Jessica Morris, Tania Nolan and Monique Rosario, the slasher film with a supernatural twist tells of six college best friends that throw their own private graduation only to see it go terribly wrong when an uninvited guest arrives. Five years later, the girls gather once again and endure a night of far more horror and bloodshed.

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Jamie’s leading role in the horror film “The 6th Friend”, which she also produced and co-wrote, has garnered her many Best Actress awards on the film festival circuit and the film has also won many Best Feature Film awards. The film looks to be released in 2018. She is also the lead in the much-anticipated sequel to one of the most notorious films ever made, the original 1978 film “I Spit on Your Grave”. The sequel is titled “I Spit on Your Grave: Déjà Vu” and boasts the return of the original director Meir Zarchi and actress Camille Keaton. Of her other 70 completed works, are horror/adventure film “All Girls Weekend”, drama “State of Desolation”, and thriller “American Satan” starring Malcolm McDowell, which will be released in theaters October 13th. Jamie is the recipient of the 2017 Best Actress Award from the Independent Cinema Foundation and Festival Academy for her work in film. The Lucky Strike Film Festival also awarded Jamie this year with the Rising Star Award. Jamie loves reading books and writing. She is busy compiling a book of poetry for publication in the near future.

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