O'Dea has a firm grasp on what she did in the film, although she said she did not realize how important it was while filming.
In my favorite panel of the day, Fangoria editor-in-chief Chris Alexander was joined by some of his writers to discuss the current state of the big dog in horror journalism.
A lengthier analysis of this panel will come later. Two things to point out now: Alexander and his writers all agreed that if one wants to successfully write about horror films, one must have an appreciation for cinema beyond the genre and that all of the writers on the panel have interests outside of journalism and horror.
And yes, Mr. Alexander, you can expect my pitch soon.
There will be more from today later. And there's still two days of fun left. Keep following as I flood Twitter with posts. And if you are at ZomBcon and you see me, say hello.