Andrea Subissati is an award-winning writer, podcaster and content creator. Just don’t say her name five times in a mirror.
In 2010, her masters thesis on the social impact of zombie cinema was published under the title When There’s No More Room In Hell: The Sociology of the Living Dead. Since then, she has been published in The Undead and Theology (2012), The Canadian Horror Film: Terror of the Soul (2015) Yuletide Terror: Christmas Horror on Film and Television (2017) and Scared Sacred: Idolatry, Religion and Worship in the Horror Film (2020).
Andrea joined the staff of Rue Morgue magazine in 2014 and became Executive Editor in 2017.
In addition to writing, she is co-host and producer of the award-winning Faculty of Horror Podcast with Alexandra West. She hosts Rue Morgue TV and has appeared in the horror documentary Why Horror? (2014), CTV’s Pop Life, Banger TV‘s Locked Horns and Hollywood Suite’s A Year In Film.
Andrea is co-founder of the Toronto-based horror lecture series The Black Museum with Paul Corupe, and also spearheaded Rue Morgue’s annual Spooky Flea Market.
- Writer of the Year – 2018 Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards
- Best Interview – 2017 Rondo Hatton Classic Horror Awards
- Best Fan or News Podcast (The Faculty of Horror) – 2017 Parsec Awards
- Nightmare on Film Street February 2020
- Morbidly Beautiful February 2020
- Morbidly Beautiful February 2018
- ED2010 October 2017
- Cinedump February 2017
- Decibel Magazine October 2015
- Toronto Film Scene October 2014
- The Death Rattle August 2014
- Dr. Gangrene July 2013
- TheoFantastique September 2011
- Rue Morgue November 2010