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Mindhut's Definitive Guide To Female Horror Movie Directors


Angela Bettis is a character actress who has found a great deal of success in the indie horror world, starring in influential films like Lucky Mckee's May, The Toolbox Murders and who even guested on a season of Dexter. Well, Bettis took her knowledge of the genre to the test with the awesome indie gem Roman in 2006, an absorbing thriller about a lonely young man whose obsession with his next door neighbor leads to disaster. Bettis has an assured and intellectual approach that makes for an off-putting and stylish debut. She's definitely one to look out for in the future!

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