Award-winning adult star, Leana Lovings, the girl next door with the dynamic sexuality, recently shared her passion for all things horror on Dr. Gore’s Movie Review Blog.
Gore, a self-described “serious B-movie fan with a leaning toward the sordid and the sleazy,” launched the popular movie review blog in 2005 but let it go relatively idle a decade ago when he stopped having fun with it. When he met Lovings at July’s Vice is Nice animal rescue charity event in Los Angeles he was inspired to start it up again.
“As a veteran movie reviewer, it was refreshing to meet Leana, whose genuine love of all things horror inspired me to reinvigorate the blog. I needed a kick-start, and her vast horror knowledge reminded me that there is a whole audience out there seeking thrills in horror and exploitation that I need to reconnect with.”
In Dr. Gore’s interview, Lovings cites her seminal, passion-shaping encounters with genre films:
“As a child you might not consciously understand why your parents don’t want you to be awake while they watch a horror movie, and your curiosity leads you to take a peek at what they’re viewing. I stood in my hallway, peeking over the corner to see Maximum Overdrive (1986); there is nothing more intensely gripping than watching a killer ghost clown possess a semi-truck for their gory murder spree. My second defining movie was when I was old enough to appreciate my mom’s VHS version of Tales From the Crypt.”
Published earlier this month, “Leana Lovings Loves Horror” has already become the most popular post on the site. “Leana obviously put a lot of thought into her answers, and I appreciate it,” Gore stated. “Clearly, other horror fans do too.”
To check out “Leana Lovings Loves Horror” head to Dr. Gore’s website at drgorereviews.blogspot.com and follow him on X @drgoremovie.
Fans can follow Leana Lovings on X @LeanaLovings, and Instagram @theleanalovings. In addition, her own “personal dream” to be part of a horror-style movie came true earlier this year in director Ricky Greenwood’s Infection 2 an X-rated cinematic ode to cult horror/sci-fi classics such as Night of the Creeps and The Hidden. Check it out here.