Meet The Wicked Horror Staff


The Founder of, AKA “Arturo” (not his real name) is an award-winning filmmaker who has written and/or directed films released by Universal Pictures and HBO/Cinemax. He’s decided to keep his identity a secret so that he can better critique the film industry without fear of judgement. was entirely designed by Arturo to serve as a platform for horror fans and horror filmmakers.



Nicola Odeku is the co-founder of Wicked Horror. After managing a fashion and lifestyle magazine, in addition to writing her own published relationship articles, Nicola set up team with Arturo and followed her genuine love for horror. Also known as Miss Horror, Nicola is a big fan of hardcore gore, anything demonic, and disturbing cinema. Also cats. She looooves cats. Nicola enjoys traveling, sitting on a beach and eating cake.



Tyler Doupé is the managing editor at Wicked Horror. He has previously penned for Fangoria Mag, Rue Morgue Mag, FEARnet, Fandango, ConTV, Ranker, Shock Till You Drop, ChillerTV, ComingSoon, and more. He lives with his husband, his dogs, and cat hat. Follow him on Twitter @FunWithHorror and connect with him on Facebook.



Slasher fanatic Joey Keogh is a contributing editor at Wicked Horror. She has been writing since she could hold a pen, and watching horror movies even longer. Aside from making a little home for herself at Wicked Horror, Joey also writes for Birth.Movies.Death. Her actual home boasts Halloween decorations all year round. Hello to Jason Isaacs.


In addition to contributing to Wicked Horror, Nathaniel Brehmer has also written for Dread Central, Bloody Disgusting, We Got this Covered, Horror Bid, HorrorDomain, and more. He has also had fiction published in Sanitarium Magazine, Hello Horror, Bloodbond and more. He currently lives in Florida with his fiancé and his cat, Poe.


In addition to contributing to Wicked Horror, Michele Eggen has been writing about all things horror at her blog, The Girl Who Loves Horror, since 2010. She loves anything having to do with ghosts or the supernatural realm. Her favorite films are Poltergeist and Child’s Play.


In addition to contributing to Wicked Horror, Amanda Tullos has been writing about horror on her blog, Mandy’s Morgue of Horror since 2011. She has written for FEARnet, Shock Till You Drop, Blumhouse.Com, and Bloody Disgusting. She works in publicity by day.


True crime enthusiast April Bennett has researched serial murder and related crimes since her first documentary about Aileen Wuornos at the age of 10. In addition to being a contributing writer on, she is also an assistant researcher for The Last Podcast on the Left.


In addition to contributing to Wicked Horror, Zena Dixon has been writing about all things creepy and horrific at Real Queen of Horror for over three years. She has also contributed to iHorror and Bloody Disgusting. She has always loved horror films and someday hopes to be known for writing and directing her own feature-length horror pictures. 


Fox is a writer, editor and blogger whose multi-author horror anthology ‘Bad Neighborhood’ was released in Dec 2015 She also writes a weekly zombie book and comic review column for , and scrawls less scheduled articles and reviews for, as well as writing about her writing and blogging experiences on her own site,


Ryan C. Bradley has published work in The Missouri Review, The Rumpus, Gothic Blue Book V: The Cursed Edition, Working Stiff: The Anthology of Professional Wrestling Literature and Art and others. He won the 2015 JP Reads flash fiction contest. He is serializing a novella, Friday the Furteenth, at You can learn more about him at:


Justin Steele is a graduate of Bowling Green State University. His focus was the representation of women and minorities in contemporary media. He currently resides in Cleveland, Ohio with his 13-year-old cat. He is a die-hard horror fan with a particular affinity for slasher films.


Cassie Muniz is a Houston-based freelance writer with a B.A. in criminology. She is a longtime lover of horror and enjoys exploring every facet of the genre.