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          Ms. Lilith Stabs has done wonders for the horror genre. Since the mid 90's, Lilith has been treating horror fans to her talent and beauty through such films as Vampire Call Girls, Deadly Stingers, and Zombiegeddon. Aside from acting, Lilith is a model and makes many appearances at conventions all over the USA.
          After getting aquatinted with the work of Ms. Stabs, you'll quickly see why this gem of horror is so important to the genre. She's smart, stunning, extremely talented and let's not forget..... she's fuckinin' hot!

          Lilith was kind enough to let us crazy horror fucks enter her mind with this interview..... so sit back, grab a beer, and enter the mind of the beautiful Lilith Stabs.

           Out of all the films you've been involved with, which one was the most enjoyable to work on? Why?

         - I think some of the stuff I've been working on lately has been alot more enjoyable like The Bad Movie Police and also a part I did in Severe Injury. Maybe its also because these were not just the usual straight horror, there was comedy involved.

          While preparing for a  role, do you use any special technique to get yourself ready?

          - Usually just reading my script and putting together my wardrobe is enough to get me into the role. And a little bit of putting myself in the characters shoes so to speak by imagining what they would think and act like.

          What is your favorite line that you've ever said in a film?

         - I think a few of the fun ones or ones that people seem to remember are one from Vampire Callgirls: "Shove it up your ass old man." Or another one I like is from Severe Injury: "When was the last time you had unbridled sex Lauren?" 

          Have you always been interested in the horror genre? If so, what is the earliest memory you have, about something horror related, that you enjoyed?

          - Even as a child horror was something I held an interest in. I think probably the earliest stuff was just shows that I watched as a child and liked were about witches and ghosts.

          What projects have you recently finished and do you have any projects in the near future for us to watch out for?

          - There are a few to watch for The Bad Movie Police is set for an October release, Severe Injury, Zombiegeddon (don't know the release date but they are doing some showings) Deadly Stingers, and Blood Beneath the Moon. In the near future I will be working on something but don't want to mention it just yet.

          Are there any projects/scenes that you regret being involved with? If so, why?

         - I don't think there really are. Maybe I'm not completely happy with every project or something about the project. But I don't really have regrets, I think you learn something from bad experiences.

          Do you have an interesting story that you'd like to share about a personal experience in filmmaking?

          - Well one that a few people have asked about is on the Deadly Stingers shoot, my bunny Serena was supposed to have a part. She was going to be in a scene at the end of the film which needless to say ended up being something entirely different. When I got to the airport with her they (Northwest Airlines) would not let her go with me, they said her carrier was not the right one. Oddly enough on their website that was how the pet carrier was described. So she lost out on the part. Lucky for me I had someone come in the airport with me or I would have missed my flight because I would have had to call for someone to come pick up the bunny!

          Who is your favorite horror movie villain and which of their films is your favorite?

         - I think as far as the big well known horror villains I think of Jason, Michael Myers, Freddy Kruger and Pinhead. My favorite of these would have to be a tie between Michael Myers and Pinhead.

          For my final question.. How do you feel about the direction that the horror genre is heading? Do you think it has gotten better or worse since your beginnings in the genre?

          - In some ways I think it has gotten better as far as some of the low budget stuff working its way out to bigger markets. I think that there may be a point where too many people are going to want to make their own movie instead of buying others movies. I mean this as far as the low budget stuff goes, I think that alot of the fans have come to the conclusion that they want to work on their own stuff. There needs to be a balance of fans and industry people for the horror biz to survive.



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