We got some news here on a cool calendar that will be perfect for any horror fan out there. Below is the press release!
THE YEAR OF FEAR 2019 CALENDAR SERIES IS RELEASED!
Los Angeles-based celebrity and horror photographer, fashion designer, and filmmaker Ama Lea delivers two more calendars of hotness and horror for the THIRD installment of the YEAR OF FEAR Calendar horror parody photography series. 2019’s edition brings on board producer and makeup artist Sheila Mia Seifi. Working as a team, Seifi and Lea built all the sets, sewed all the model’s costumes, and performed all post-production art for all 26 blood-soaked, sexy images in the calendar.
While 2018’s YEAR OF FEAR focused heavily on famous monsters, 2019 takes a much more modern tongue-in-cheek approach with your favorite villains and heroes of the horror genre. You can expect some jaw-dropping crossover fun between favorite blockbusters and TV series. Just some of the notable 2019 calendar models include horror hostess Vanessa Decker, Ace Marrero (Sleepy Hollow), Sarah French (The Amityville Murders), Sarah Nicklin (The Basement), Charles Chudabala (Paranoia Tapes 3: SIREN) and Marv Blauvelt (Ugly Sweater Party). The YEAR OF FEAR 2019 edition is sponsored by Halloween mask-juggernauts Trick or Treat Studios (trickortreatstudios.com) and, as with past editions, continues to list all major holidays as well as horror film anniversaries, remembrance days for favorite and deceased horror icons, and many other fun surprises.
About Year of Fear
Since its launch in 2016, the YEAR OF FEAR calendar series has become a cult favorite. The stud-packed parody project pairs our most beloved horror characters and with smoking hot models to create a blood-drippingly beautiful calendar with sexy incarnations of Freddy, Jason and friends. In 2017, the Year of Fear team upped the ante by adding a women’s edition to their repertoire that took the tropes of the female horror calendar and turned them on their head with the basic rules “No victims, no cosplaying male characters, only bad-ass female characters from horror movies,” explains creator Lea. The male edition featured hugely ambitious famous monsters.
Ama Lea is an editorial photographer and film maker based out of Los Angeles. She works primarily within the horror genre, shooting celebrities and legends of the macabre for publications and websites.