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An Interview with Genoveva Rossi, Star of In Fear of's Agraphobia: Fear of Sexual Harassment

by Mike Haberfelner

June 2014

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Your In Fear of-episode Agraphobia: Fear of Sexual Harassment - in a few words, what is it about, and what can you tell us about your character in it?


Nina Thompson is a woman that has climbed her way to the top of the corporate world. She is a successful woman, that has had to fight to get where she is and that has made her an angry, aggressive person. Nina is put into a situation where all her survival abilities will be put to the ultimate test.


To what extent could you identify with your character, and what did you draw upon to bring her to life?


Nina and I are both assertive, driven people that push ourselves. I think we are both strong people that rise to many of the challenges in life.


Perhaps related to the last question: Agraphobia - is that a fear you can at all relate to, and what are you afraid of in your personal life?


Sexual harassment is a big fear. It's a a very real fear that's in my mind, the mind of many women and I'm sure some men.


Do talk about your director Bradley Creanzo for a bit, and what was your collaboration like? Oh, and since you have worked with one another quite a few times before, how did you first hook up, and what can you tell us about your previous collaborations?


Bradley Creanzo and I first met on the set of Jack 'O' Slasher. He was shooting my sexy Satanist scene in fact. We went on to work on Night Games, a short film directed by Creanzo that we both star in. I had a featured part in his Bible Belt Slasher Part 2. Creanzo and I have been cast in a number of films together including Sheriff Tom Versus the Zombies and Blood Slaughter Massacre.


Creanzo is an intense director to work with. He has a unique style and tries to bring that 1980s style to everything he's doing! You will definitely see this in Fear of Sexual Harassment and it makes the episode all the more interesting to watch!


What can you tell us about the shoot as such, and the on-set atmosphere?


Bradley Creanzo directing Genoveva

The shoot was long, challenging and very enjoyable. It was a hard work, but so worth it! It was a very focused set. Everyone was well aware of what they needed to accomplish and very willing to help out. We all behaved like an amazing team.


You also play a prominent role in another In Fear of-episode Scotomophobia: Fear of Blindness - so do talk about that one and your character in it for a bit!


In Scotomophobia I play the main character's Emily's best friend. I see her life spiraling out of control and I want to save her from destruction but I'm unsure how. My character has both a self-destructive side and a spiritual side that come in to play in the episode. My heart is in the right place, but my actions are not always the best.


Again, what can you tell us about the shoot as such?



While filming Fear of Blindness, director Jeremiah Kipp [Jeremiah Kipp interview - click here] saw my bedroom (which was a set for part of the film) and was inspired by all the spiritual items that I have around me. I am a professional tarot card reader and spiritualist. Kipp decided to expand and developed my character by incorporating those elements. It made for some really amazing scenes!


What can you tell us about your director on this one, Jeremiah Kipp [Jeremiah Kipp interview - click here], and what was your collaboration like? And what can you tell us about your previous collaborations with him, too?


It was great working Jeremiah Kipp again. I first met him on the set of his short film The Days God Slept, then we worked together on Fear of Touch, then Crave, an artistic short film. He is a great director to work with ,and his films are truly art.


You of course also have to tell us about your involvement in Glossophobia: Fear of Speaking in Public - and how much fun was it playing a zombie?


Being on set was a scream! It was great getting made up to be a zombie and acting in scenes with Debbie Rochon [Debbie Rochon interview - click here]. It was a lovely, sunny day and there were so many great actors there! A wonderful experience!


with Debbie Rochon in Glossophobia

How did you get involved with the series in the first place?


First I met Jeremiah Kipp on the set of The Days God Slept, then we both worked with Scott Perry [Scott W. Perry interview - click here], the creator of the In Fear of series and on the set of Crave. Things evolved and I came out to work on Fear of Touch, then I was cast in Fear of Blindness, then later Fear of Sexual Harassment and Fear of Speaking in Public. It's been a wild, wonderful ride in the In Fear of series! I am so thankful for the experience!


Any future projects you'd like to share?


Apocalypse Kiss, directed by Christian Grillo [Christian Grillo interview - click here]. I play Clara, a pregnant, irresponsible hippie working at a cafe in the poor sector. This film also stars DC Douglas, Michael Berryman, and Tom Atkins.

Trailer Heaven, directed by Michael Chartier. An con-man on the run seeks shelter at a trailer park inhabited by transvestite cannibals. I play a tabloid reporter looking for a story.

Hunters, directed by Adam Ahlbrandt. I play Edna, a really twisted, psychotic mother. My most disturbing role to date! This film also stars Linnea Quigley and Tina Krause [Tina Krause interview - click here].

A Dark Place Inside, directed by Mike O'Mahony. I play the mother of an abused boy that will grow up to be a very deadly killer.

Sanctum Deep, directed by Geraldine Winters, I play Dr. Podicar, a doctor with a secret in this sci-horror film.

The Enchantress, by Hylo Dekan studios, I star as an evil sorceress in this fantasy/horror project.

Witch's Blood, directed by Ryan Scott Weber, I play a witch in this.


Apocalypse Kiss 

What got you into acting to begin with, and did you receive any formal training on the subject?


Acting is something that interested me since childhood. I was in a few school plays and in college I started acting in dramatic short films. Acting is something that has always been a part of me in one form or another. I took acting classes in college and enjoyed the creative process a great deal. Ever since I was a child I have really been a huge horror film fan. It is a genre that I love and follow closely. When I was asked to be in Jack ‘O’ Slasher I jumped at the chance and decided to throw myself into acting after that. I have been blessed to work with so many talented people in the horror genre.


What can you tell us about your filmwork prior to In Fear of?


Zombie Hunters: City of the Dead

Well I first did Jack 'O' Slasher then I Spill Your Guts and Zombie Hunters: City of the Dead. I decided to really dedicate myself to horror and acting and in a short time I acted in around 50 films. I am having a great time and I'm really enjoying working with so many talented people in the horror genre.

I Spill Your Guts, directed by James Balsamo [James Balsamo interview - click here]. A slasher film with a really unique revenge story. I play the main character's girlfriend. A film that I get a lot of fan letters for!

Jack 'O' Slasher, directed by Jennifer Valdes. I play a sexy Satanist with murder on her mind.

Zombie Hunters: City of the Dead episodes 9 and 10, directed by Patrick Devaney. I play a member of the National Guard trying desperately to survive a zombie apocalypse. This part was originally planned for a man, but when I met the director he decided that I would be a good fit and decided to have a woman play one of the soldiers.


The Enchantress

One can't help but notice that many of your films are of the horror variety - coincidence, or is horror a favourite genre of yours, and why (not)?


Ever since I was a child I loved horror films! I began as a big fan and now I'm an actress and scream queen. I think of my acting in the genre as my love affair with horror. It's a wild, wonderful ride! I am blessed to be working with so many talented people in horror.


How would you describe yourself as an actress?


I'm very versatile and focused. I like to take on a great variety of roles in so many styles of horror films. I do like to test limits on myself: I like to take challenging roles that force to grow and evolve as an artist. I also act in drama and comedy from time to time. I recently had a featured part in a Christian film called Tapestry starring Stephen Baldwin, Tina Louise and Burt Young.


Actresses (or indeed actors) who inspire you?


I am the most inspired by the work of Evan McGregor (his indie films) and Asia Argento. I find them so brave in the parts they portray and the types of scenes they are willing to do for their art.


Your favourite movies?


The Exorcist, Amityville Horror, The Pit and the Pendulum, Bram Stoker's Dracula, Let the Right One In, Abandoned, The Orphanage.

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Anything else you are dying to mention and I have merely forgotten to ask?


I was recently a guest at the Chiller Theatre Expo in NJ and that was a blast! Look for me there in the future. I will be a guest at Connecticut Horror-fest on August 23rd, and Blood and Babes in Long Island on Sept 12-14. I look forward to meeting horror fans and having fun! Please stop by and say hello!


In addition to being an actress, I am also a professional psychic reader who specializes in tarot, palms, and runes. I go all over the country reading at events and it is very spiritually rewarding. I also do readings over the phone, via Skype, email or chat. Find me at Facebook: TarotbyGenoveva


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