Hey Gang! Summer 2014 is breathing it’s last humid breath as Autumn closes in. As a salute to the diminishing summertime and the rising of Fall, I can think of no better, more lovely Devil Girl to ring in our most sacred time of the year here at The Trash Cinema Collective than the seductive, mysterious, captivating, RC Rabbit. Our ravishing September Devil Girl of the Month!
The Primal Root: RB, it is a pleasure and quite the honor to have you grace us with your lovely presence again as Devil Girl of the Month.What was your inspiration for this sexy, bloody, Devil Girl spread?
RC Rabbit: I’m not sure of the first vampire movie I saw but I was fascinated. Dark hair, scary eyes, pale skin, I felt at home with them.
Root: Can you share your fake blood recipe with us?
RC: I wish I could but I was lazy and just used stage blood.
Root: Whose blood do you wish it was?
RC: I need some new followers, and some new blood
Root: With Halloween on the horizon, I was wondering if you could share any costumes you might be working on to celebrate Samhain?
RC: While I don’t have a special costume in the works for Samhain, I will be in nature amongst the trees with a crackling fire.
Root: Sounds like paradise to me. Any other cool stuff you’ve been working on you’d care to share with the class?
RC: Have sewing machine will sew. I am enjoying having a machine again and have been filling my closet to the brim with beautiful frocks.
Root: What song should the viewing audience at home listen to while admiring your bloody and bodacious Devil Girl spread?
RC: I have just the song Riboflavin-Flavored, Non-Carbonated, Polyunsaturated Blood…
Root: PERFECTION! Can you send us off with a favorite Trashy movie quote?
RC: While not from a Movie I happen to be fond of this one from The X-Files “Bad Blood”
Mulder: Historically, cemeteries were thought to be a haven for vampires, as are castles, catacombs and swamps, but unfortunately, you don’t have any of those.
“We used to have swamps, only the EPA made us take to calling ’em “wetlands.” – Sheriff Hartwell
Photography by Kaze Harada