FINAL GIRL explores the slasher flicks of the '70s and '80s...and all the other horror movies I feel like talking about, too. This is life on the EDGE, so beware yon spoilers!

Jun 19, 1992

Ghostella's Haunted Tomb

Check it out, y'all: I've got a webseries on LOGO's After Ellen!

Broadcasting from her garage, horror hostess-wannabe Ghostella (Heidi Martinuzzi) presents the very best in B-Grade lesbian fright flicks.

Taste of Flesh, Taste of Fear (1968)

The premiere episode features Taste of Flesh, Taste of Fear, the 1968 film widely considered to be a benchmark in lesbian vampire erotica. After a horrifying accident on a dark, deserted road, Laura and Eve find themselves under the spell of the mysterious Lady Mortidella. How long can they resist her seductive gaze?

The Devil's Bum Bag (1992)

In this week's horrifying tale, Bridget McManus stars as Bess, a woman who just wants to make her girlfriend's birthday the best it can be. But when she brings home a cursed fanny pack, Bess suddenly finds herself in a fight for her life against...The Devil's Bum Bag.

Who's Been in the Herb Garden? (1974)

Susan (Guinevere Turner) spends many hours lovingly tending to the plants in her garden. An unseen force, however, destroys them all and affects Susan's life in ways beyond the darkest depths of her imagination.

Noir D'Ivoire (1962)

Ghostella tries to decipher the hidden meaning in the surrealist French horror film Noir D’Ivoire (1962).

Trailer Park

Ghostella (sort of) presents a trio of terrifying trailers that span the 60s, 70s, and 80s. Thrill to previews from Werewolf in a Girl's Panties, Voodoo Party Revenge, and Don't Look in the Bureau...if you dare!

Ex (2006)

In this terrifying 2006 slasher film, Fran (Heidi Martinuzzi) is home alone and her ex-girlfriend Maggie (Elissa Dowling) keeps popping up throughout the evening. Is she really concerned for Fran, or are her motives far more sinister?


Who doesn’t love to watch the chaos that comes from shooting backyard Z-Grade horror movies in the wee hours of the morning? Given the amount of laughing on the set at all times, it’s unbelievable anything ever gets done.

The Tape (??)

This week’s episode finds Ghostella unsure whether or not to watch an unmarked videotape she received in the mail. Is the video real, is it just a movie, or is it something else entirely?

Included are previews for La Cosa Nei Boschi (an Italian creature feature from 1970), The Helling of Haunt House (1961, from the director of Werewolf in a Girl’s Panties) and Death Jam (2008), a frightening adaptation of a popular video game.

Rudy (Bridget McManus) desperately needs a roommate. Ambrosia (Lena Headey) answers her ad and gets a little too Hand That Rocks the Cradle, if you know what I mean. And I think you do.


Anonymous said...

Hi Stacie,

Just a quick comment that a few of the Ghostella videos are down on AfterEllen. I know this isn't your fault, but I just thought I'd let you know. The first set of trailers and the next couple are not working. I hope they're back up and running soon, I would love to see them! Ghostella is fantastic! keep up the good work.


Stacie Ponder said...

Ergh, thanks. Their new player is really caca. I'll see what I can do!

Anonymous said...


sorry to bother, but I can't seem to watch the outakes on afterellen.

I've read all the comments and really wanted to watch it,

just thought I would let you know!


Anonymous said...

I can't watch any of the episodes too. When I knew that Lena Headey has joined this series, I was like YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY :D please can you find a solution for this web-player video ASAP. Thanks in advance

Stacie Ponder said...

I have no control over AfterEllen's video player. I apologize if the links aren't working, but that's an AE issue.

Ghostella is in the midst of transferring to a new home. When episodes are ready for viewing, I'll make an announcement.

Thanks for your interest!