A reflection on steph
When Stephanie left us, she also left us with many memories. This website is a treasure trove of everything she held dear - friends, family, Penny (and many more cats). Her scripts, her reviews, her writing that she was too shy to share with the world. Her hard drive held many reflections for those who miss and adore her. This website serves as a place to look through this data, remember her and celebrate her.
30th of March 1982 – 9th september 2015
You can shed tears that she is gone, or you can smile because she has lived. You can close your eyes and pray that she will come back, or you can open your eyes and see all that she has left. You can cry and close your mind, be empty and turn your back. Or you could do what she would want: smile, open your eyes, love and go on. David Harkins (1959)
Stephs photographic memories, taken from her hard drive. Happier times. Take a look through who meant the world to her. Here we can look at the beauty she shared with the world, the people she touched, and the friends who will miss her.
Brutal As Hell Reviews
Steph was an avid critic of films, mainly in the horror genre. The community looked to her for if a film was worth seeing, or had no scares at all. Here are the reviews from the website www.brutalashell.com where she was a regular contributor. All reviews have been copied onto this website for safe keeping in preserving her talent.
I had one of those very rare experiences watching Filth, whereby when I emerged bleary eyed from the cinema I truly wasn’t sure what I thought of the film. Did I love it or did I hate it?More →
FrightFest 2013 Review: The Desert (2013)
The Desert is the first feature from German/Argentinean documentary filmmaker Christoph Behl and it has its world premiere at FrightFest last weekend.More →
Review: Killer Joe (2012)
Directed by William Friedkin and adapted for the screen by Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Tracy Letts from his stage play of the same name, Killer Joe is a sleazy, sun soaked neo-noir.More →