Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Michelle Tomlinson is all Wet?

Well, she could be!

There is a Facebook page trying to get actress, producer, Cult Goddess and all around talented woman, Michelle Tomlinson into a dunk tank for charity (yet to be determined, but Michelle supports many excellent causes as our past interviews have revealed.)

The event is based on a certain number of people getting behind it.  So, if you'd like to see Michelle Tomlinson dropped into a dunk tank, covered in water, her clothes clinging to her wet glistening body, or you want to support a worthy cause (or you want to tell yourself you're doing it to support a worthy cause) click on over to and hit "Like".

Watch Michelle's interview on "CGM-TV"


Saturday, June 9, 2012

Meet Cult Goddess, Debbie Rochon....Virtually, anyway.

    • Onyx Origins Traiiler Premiere!
Cult Goddess Magazine Editor, Jason Liquori, and our first cover goddess ever, Debbie Rochon, recently made a short film together.  "Onyx Origins" is an "Alien Vengeance" prequel.  It explains how and why Onyx has become the Alien Ass Kicker that she is today.  In just two short weeks HFP Tee Vee will be premiering the trailer for that movie and to celebrate they'll also be showing "Alien Vengeance II: Rogue Element".  To make the event even cooler, Debbie Rochon and other cast members from the two films will be in the chat room at HFP Tee Vee's Livestream channel!

So, mark your calenders and don't be late.

    • Friday, June 22, 2012
    • 10:00pm until 11:30pm
  • See the Premiere of the trailer for the newest short in the Alien Vengeance line-up, the prequel, "Onyx Origins". Also, the HFP TeeVee Premiere of "Alien Vengeance II: Rogue Element", the second feature. Chat with cast members, including Debbie Rochon in the chat room.

    Times are Eastern Standard.

Thursday, June 7, 2012

Update: Cult Goddess April Billingsley

Received an update from April Billingsley.  She's doing great and has some new projects for you watch out for, so read on and get watching!

April billingsley


Happy Summer! 

Hope you have been enjoying yours!  I've had a great and exciting one so far enjoying impromtu barbeques along with the company of friends and family.  There's nothing like a good southern barbeque, even if you are eating tofu dogs...

Last month I got to stay in Greensboro, North Carolina to film a commercial for Lowes Foods, which you can watch by clicking here or on the link below.  It was neat for me to get to do the voice over as well as the on camera work for it.  I always enjoy working in NC and, while I was there, I got to hang out with some of my friends from the movie "Hellphone".

Back in GA, I had a wonderful time on the set of "Drop Dead Diva", which if you've never seen it, is a really fun show.  Brooke Elliott, who plays the title character (above) isn't just a brilliant actress, she's also an incredibly sweet person.  It comes on Lifetime Sundays at 9/8c.  I'm in the 9th episode of this new season, which will most likely air in late July or early August.

Finally, and most exciting of all, I got cast in the supporting role of Brenda in the SAG feature film "Plus One", which is shooting here in Atlanta.  We have already started rehearsing some of the scenes with more complicated blocking, and will start filming in a couple of weeks.  I'll be busy working on it until the end of July.  My character is really fun, the script is great, and I can't wait to start shooting!

I'd love to hear what you are up to as well, so please stay in touch!
“Thousands of candles can be lit from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared.”
~Buddha (Hindu Prince Gautama Siddharta, the founder of Buddhism, 563-483 B.C.)
Watch some of April's work at

Photos and release provided by April Billingsley.

Monday, May 21, 2012

The Terror in a Top Hat Takes on Zombies

While you all wait around for October so that you can sit safely at home and watch other people battle Zombies on your television, our CGM alum, Roxsy Tyler, has been doing battle with the living dead on the set of "Zombie Hunters" season 2!

Read about her adventures with the upcoming web series here:

And tell her Cult Goddess Magazine says "hi".

photo by J. Isobel De Lisle at 

Thursday, May 17, 2012

The Return of CGM-TV

Cult Goddess Magazine TV is back!

You can see the whole series of interviews with past Cult Goddesses, like Debbie Rochon, at the main site, or just watch for them as they get added to the programming line up over at HFPteevee, our new source for streaming TV on your computer!

The latest episode features part of an interview with Jenn Wegner and Michelle Prenez!

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Interview with Janet Jay!

Photo by Wethington Photography

We like to have multi-talented women here in Cult Goddess Magazine's Blogverse and Janet Jay certainly fits the bill. Actress, reviewer, blogger and cosplay goddess, she is bound to build a fanbase as big as all of internet and convention fandom combined!

She was nice enough to grant us a short interview and send us some photos to treat your eyes.

CGM: It seems like a lot of your acting is in the horror genre. Is there something specific that draws you to that?

J.J.: I got started in acting 4 years ago by responding to online ads for zombie extras and vampire extras because I thought it sounded really fun. I've always liked the Horror genre, and it seems there's more opportunity for people who want to get involved. Ever since those days, I've always been fond of Horror, of course I love sci-fi and other genre's too, and I will do ALMOST any role, not afraid to get messy.

CGM: You're a model, but more specifically you list "Cosplay Modelling" among your talents. Cosplay seems to be more than dressing as characters from comics or games. Can you explain it to our readers and tell them how you participate?

Photo by Alec ustes. Cosplay of the succubus from Castlevania symphony of the night
 J.J.: "Cosplay" is short for Costume Play and you're right it is more than just dressing up. It's getting to be someone else for a day,taking on that persona. There is a growing cosplay culture especially with social networking. You can plan out group cosplays and meet up at conventions, some fans even make their own videos. I've been an avid cosplayer since 2003. Think of it as dressing up for Halloween in a really cool costume, but then taking it to the next level by staying in character, meeting up with other characters, and being in photo shoots.
Some of the best people I've met have been at conventions in costume. To see some really awesome Cosplays, I'm a representative member for The League Of Hot Geeks on Facebook. Some of mine are on there too:)

CGM: You're a blogger. What c people expect to read about in your blog?

J.J.: I've been putting little blogs here and there on my page and am going to give it a makeover in the near future. I usually put up convention news and info about projects I'm involved with. One blog was about the free toys that come in certain types of cereal boxes. Another was about movies I've seen and video games I'm working on beating.Sometimes I blog about costumes that are in the works.

My friends run a movie review site that I write for regularly called Sinema Sarcophagus. com, for my more detailed writing.

 Cinema Shark Productions, a still from Sterling The Man From Nowhere.

CGM: What can you tell us about the Web Series, "Sterling" and your character, "Betty Blumpkin"?

J.J.: Cinema Shark Productions made Sterling, The Man From Nowhere webseries. The episodes are free to watch on youtube and I play as the character "Betty Blumpkin". She's one tough broad who had a rough time getting into the police force and later she becomes an agent for the N.I.A. The series is done up in that Film Noir 1950's style but with lots of fart jokes and more adult humor too. I really enjoyed working with the talented cast. Sean Woosley,Stephen Woosley,Jack Chevanty,and Nicholis Pirnstill are all really great guys to work with and awesome friends.
The creativity and production are done really well for a Web series, not just saying that because I'm in it,lol.

Janet Decay, From Sinema

CGM: You do reviews under the alias, "Janet Decay". How do your other activities in film, modeling and cosplay give you special insight when you're reviewing things?

J.J.: Yes, I touched on this earlier in the blogs question, oops!

My alter ego on Sinema Sarcophagus is "Janet Decay" Queen of the Ghouls. I think when reviewing movies I can now look at them with more detail and have a greater appreciation for what the actors had to go through for certain scenes, how much work the crew had to do, or how little they did, depending on the movie I'm reviewing. All in all it's been educational.

CGM: Any Favorite Charities?

J.J.: I have sold zombie model photos and have given those funds made to the Fix The Chapel Fund. They are working on raising money to restore the chapel from the graveyard scene in Night Of The Living Dead, one of my favorite zombie movies ever.

promo photo for RAK

CGM: Where else can people see your work?

J.J. : Some cool links to see what I do:

Monday, April 9, 2012

Stephanie Danielson update on SLD Collection!

As you know, we like to use the blog to follow up on the growing careers of our Cult Goddess Magazine alums.

Well Stephanie Danielson's SLD Collection has now added jewelry to the line up accessories available.  The new products are handmade by Shawnda DiCaprio of Stone Seduction! Stephanie describes Shawnda's work as "amazing".

You can judge for yourself at!jewelry

It's nice to see a new business enterprise growing in the current economic climate, especially one that values recycling and craftsmanship over "quick and cheap" methods of production.

Check back tomorrow for our interview with Convention and Internet icon, Janet Jay!

Friday, April 6, 2012

New Facebook Page for Sybil Danning fans!

If you're a fan of CGM, chances are you're a fan of Sybil Danning.  If you're not, you should be!
Find out why and keep up with new things in her career on her Facebook Fan page!

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Stephanie Danielson - in "Issues".

You remember in our recent interview with Stephanie Danielson we told you she's an actress.  We've got some of her work for you to see.

Here is a funny sketch Stephanie Danielson recently acted in alongside David Daskal and Josh Sussman.

Enjoy Episode 4 of "Issues".

To see more episodes of "Issues" visit the show's YouTube channel directly: ISSUES YouTube Channel

Monday, February 27, 2012

Stephanie Danielson - Actress, Model, Artist Entrepreneur.

Today on the Cult Goddess Magazine Blog I present to you, Stephanie Danielson, an actress, model and designer.  We'll be interviewing Stephanie on CGM - TV (player to your right) shortly, but I wanted to take this opportunity to introduce her to all of you with this short interview.

She's a rising star by Cult Goddess Magazine standards.  It's likely you've seen her and her body of work is growing, but we're predicting that soon she'll have a vast fanbase, especially due to her online presence involving the SLD Collection.  Read on to find out more.

Stephanie Danielson. Photo by Joel Flora

CGM: You're an actress, model, radio host and member of both the Screen Actor's Guild and AFTRA. Did you do any formal training in order to get started in these fields?

Stephanie Danielson in Mica Beauty Cosmetics Ad

SD: Yes! I knew performing was what I wanted to do at a very young age. I was in the drama club in grade school and did all of the community theatre shows, but it wasn't until after high school that I moved to NYC. I trained at the American Musical & Dramatic Academy.

CGM:  In New York City, you spent 5 years doing theatre work. What made you make the move to L.A.?

SD: After doing theatre professionally for almost 5 years I wanted to explore film and TV, and what better place to do that than in LA!? I did some short films in NYC, but wanted a change so I moved to LA. I miss the stage, but am in love with the intimacy of being in front of the camera. It's a totally different style. The vulnerable, alive, vibrant feeling I get when in front of the camera is like nothing I've ever experienced before.

CGM: Right now our readers are looking at your pictures and thinking, "She looks familar." Did they just see you at the local coffee house, go to high school with you, or did they see you on TV?

SD: I've Guest Starred on TV Shows such as Femme Fatales, The Sinners, The League, Extreme Forensics, and Celebrity Ghost Stories. I've been in many Features and award winning short films, and have been seen in National Print Ads and Commercials for Mica Beauty Cosmetics, Been Verified, American Eagle, Eibach, and Roxy to name a few. I am also a Host for the life style series CLICK ON THIS as well as a Radio Personality on LA Talk Radio. My website always has my most recent projects: I love doing it all!

CGM: There are a lot of actresses and models in the world, but to be in Cult Goddess Magazine you've got to be strong and inspire fans. The fact that you're also a business woman and designer sets you apart. Tell us about The SLD collection.

SD: Thank you so much! The SLD Collection is my online boutique. Ever since I was a little girl I was always collecting things. My Dad called my collection "Beautiful Junk", but I didn't think that would be a very appealing store name. I have always loved vintage and that is what the SLD Collection offers. I sell the most unique Vintage and Leather bags collected from all around the world- from true vintage bags dating back to the 1940s/50s/60s/70s to brand new bags inspired by the vintage style, their timeless character only grows more and more over time. I'm all about sass and individuality so that is what my collection is all about. Substance AND style with a green agenda! Each bag is customized to make it truly a one of a kind! Add the SLD Collection on facebook for discounts. BOUTIQUE SITE:

Stephanie Danielson's BOUTIQUE! Photo by Joel Flora

CGM: Favorite Quote?

SD: “Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you react to it.”- Charles R. Swindoll