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FATALE COLLECTIVE: BLEED

 "Like the Power Rangers of the genre, individually these women are incredible and powerful voices that are a force to be reckoned with. Together, the Megazord of horror, they are unstoppable."

 - Ryan Larson, Rue Morgue

". . .the women of Fatale Collective wisely came together like a bloody, badass, glamorous Voltron and turned their collection of six micro-shorts into a mini-event that had Fantastic Fest attendees buzzing."

- Phil Nobile Jr., Fangoria

". . .frankly, it’s stunning work. This will make you excited for the future of horror, which is clearly in very competent hands."

- Ghastly Grinning

 

"Natasha Halevi’s “Boxed” was my initial favorite, though I’ve discovered it is nearly impossible to stop thinking about any single Bleed story. . . But, lo, if you think you know where this story is going, believe me, you don’t." 

Katelyn Nelson, Killer Horror

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BEAUTY JUICE

". . . BEAUTY JUICE really hits the spot when it comes to the craft - there’s zero filler, the writing by Natasha Halevi is tight and sharp, not a shot is wasted, the editing is perfect and everything is perfectly wound right to deliver this growing sense of unease."

- Jesse Miller, More Horror

"This is a fun little short with some fantastic staging. The room of Beauty Juice looks ripped from a bordello from the 30s as a record player crackles as it plays soft jazz."

- Terry Mesnard, Gayly Dreadful

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LUNCH BREAK FEMINIST CLUB

"The show, developed by [Natasha] Halevi and Rebekah Alexander, discusses 'feminist topics in a quirky and ironic way through the eyes of a haphazard and wildly inappropriate feminist club.'"

-Davis Enterprise

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