This months Gore Girl has been one of my best lady friends for a number of years now. And if your looking at the pictures scratching your head, well – you are 100% right! That is real snow. I’m kidding, yes she is pregnant! How often do you get a hillbilly backwoods pregnant Gore Girl? When we discussed her doing a shoot she suggested doing it while she was knocked up and I figured if that didn’t blow your mind a little, nothing else would!
Beverly Hells started skating with the AZ Renegades in summer of 2005. Since getting hitched and moving to Kalamazoo, MI in Jan -2007 she started skating with the Kalamazoo Kamikazes, members of the OSDA (www.oldschoolderbyassociation.com) whose rules were created by "melding many of the current developments in Flat Track Derby with rules used by the Old School Banked Track roller derby skaters."
Then she got knocked up and had to put Roller Derby on hold. Since these pictures were shot a few weeks ago she actually has had the baby. His name is Aiden Presley. When she was visiting AZ last Dec I got to see one of those video’s the doctors made of the baby inside. It was gross; I am not going to lie! Haha Before the baby was born around the time of this shoot Beverly Hells said, “I felt like a horror movie could be made about my ankles after a days worth of work...they are so puffy and gross! At this point I can't wait to meet the little guy, and reclaim my body as my own!”
Another activity she was involved with here in AZ was pudding wrestled with the Dirty Darlins of Debauchery along with our October Gore Girl Heidi Hellfire. She has done a bit of modeling too for Jim Wilcox from Authority Zero's clothing line Ransom Apparel (www.ransomapparel.com) and also for Authority Zero (www.rockthreads.com) In MI she began acting and doing theater and was in a play at the Kalamazoo Civic, her first one since high school. She continues, “I hope to continue after the baby is born. I would quit my job to be one of the girls that gets to hold a case in Deal or no Deal!”
Beverly Hells, AKA Doctor Becky carries her Doctor of Pharmacy Degree which she earned in June 2006...Yup, she practices in what is known as "America's most trusted profession"... She adds, “I think people think that if you have tattoos you can't have a job like I do!”
“Thanks to my victims in the shoot: my hubby Andrew (who is also a Kamikaze referee known as Eduardo Dinero) and fellow Kamikaze Beretta Brass. I also want to thank teammate Letha Venom for helping out with the shoot and our friend Chris whose yard we bloodied up when he wasn't even home :) All the people who helped were total troopers...it was below zero the day of the shoot!!"
ICSYB - If you woke up tomorrow to find that the dead had risen, where would you hold out and defend yourself from the zombie horde?
Beverly Hells - I think it'd be pretty cool to be at Disneyland, afterall, it's the happiest place on earth, right?
ICSYB - I would hide in the Indiana Jones ride for sure! What are your top five creepy movies?
Beverly Hells - Hmmm...
1. The Exorcist
3. Tales from the Darkside (that pulling the brains out with a hanger thing...ew)
4. The Ring
5. Silence of the Lambs or any movie with Anthony Hopins for that matter because I can only see him as Hannibal Lector...totally creepy.
ICSYB - If you could pick any celebrity you would like to see get slaughtered beyond recognition in a horror flick who would you choose and why?
Beverly Hells - Can I choose the entire cast of High School Musical? Anyone that knows me knows I LOVE teeny bopper movies, but I couldn't handle that one...or the people in it!
ICSYB - If your husband was bitten by a zombie and was about to turn would you be able to kill him?
Beverly Hells - I suppose I would have to. Let's hope as a zombie though I couldn't see his dimples, because then that would make it’s kinda hard.
ICSYB - What film would you say is one of the scariest you have ever seen and how did it affect you?
Beverly Hells - Oh man, The Exorcist for sure. Three other girls and I decided to watch it on the last day of sixth grade and I got so scared, I made them turn it off. Then for the entire summer pretty much, I had to sleep with a light on in my room and have talks with my dad about how the devil wasn't going to possess me. Then I had a job when I was like eighteen where we sold Exorcist posters and shirts with Linda Blair's face on it and I still got scared. Finally I made myself conquer the fear and go see the movie in theaters when it was re-released. I am okay now, but don't ever want to see it again.
ICSYB – Hahahaha! Have you seen any new horror or sci-fi films lately that you really dug?
Beverly Hells - I just saw Cloverfield and I thought that movie was really good. I for sure jumped a couple times.
ICSYB - Yea, I dug Cloverfield too. I especially liked the people leaving the movie with motion sickness! If you had to spend an evening in a haunted house, who would you want to stay there with you?
Beverly Hells - My husband and I got married in October and we went to a haunted house around that time and he did a good job of letting me push him in front of me the whole way through, so I'd say him.
ICSYB – What was one of your scariest bad dreams?
Beverly Hells – I can't think of any I've had lately, but when I was younger I always had this recurring dream that I was in a car with my mom and then all of a sudden she was gone and I was sitting in the passenger seat and the car kept driving and I had no idea where I was...totally scary.
ICSYB – Say you became a creature of the night and could pick anyone you'd want to eat alive, who would you choose?
Beverly Hells - This is a hard one, but how about Mila Jovavich. She kicked so much Zombie ass in the Resident Evil movies; I'd like the bragging rights for being the one that took her down.
ICSYB - Would you ever spend the night camping at Crystal Lake?
Beverly Hells - I suppose I would try, but I am a big baby and probably couldn't handle it! And would I have to pee outside? That would play a big part in my decision...haha.