Massive Blood Drive PSA (Day 9): “It’s In You” by Izzy Lee
I'm participating in the annual PSA Blood Drive for Women in Horror Month because life can change at any moment; you never know when you'll need a little help from a strange. If you can, please give blood at your local donation center or spread the word!
Izzy Lee is a writer, filmmaker, film festival programmer, and journalist for Birth.Movies.Death., Rue Morgue, and Diabolique, as well as an editor for ScreenAnarchy.
Her recently published short stories include: “Tilberian Holiday” (“Wicked Witches”) and “The Lake Children” (“Now I Lay Me Down To Sleep” and "Hydrophobia"). She’s currently at work on several short stories and scripts.
When she’s not writing, she’s making scary little films, often from an outsider perspective with a socio-political bent. Her shorts "Postpartum," "Innsmouth,"Rites of Vengeance," and "For A Good Time, Call..." have screened with American Psycho, Midnighters, The Love Witch, They Look Like People, The Sacrament, The Lords of Salem, Prevenge, They Look Like People, The Master Cleanse, Excess Flesh, Baskin, and Antibirth.
Make An Appointment to Donate Blood Today!
You can’t think horror without thinking blood! Every February, Women in Horror Month (WiHM) collaborates with Twisted Twins Productions, encouraging our supporters to donate blood.*
This annual call-to-action is a reminder that blood donation is a life-saving act in which you can claim hero status without taking out a horde of rotting zombies or blowing up the mothership. In fact, all it really requires to potentially save someone's life is making an appointment with the American Red Cross, Canadian Blood Services, or at your local hospital.