Women in Horror Month, 2015 Edition

It’s back! Celebrations abound for this year’s Women in Horror Month. Here’s how we’re participating:

February 9 – Episode 73: A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014)
We’re hittin’ everything hot in 2014! A couple of months ago it was Jennifer Kent’s The Babadook and next month it’s Ana Lily Amirpour’s A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night. Enjoy our interest in new horror while it lasts.

To tide you over, check out our brand new special Women in Horror Month PSA (below)! Plus these episodes from the archives focusing on women-made horror, including this month’s official pre-game episode on Julie Taymor’s Titus:

American Mary | American Psycho | The Babadook | Blood Diner & The Oracle | The Commune | The Countess | Ginger Snaps | Jennifer’s Body | Maleficent | The Shining | The Slumber Party Massacre | Titus Valerie and Her Week of Wonders

4 responses to “Women in Horror Month, 2015 Edition

  1. Did you see this? New Republic article: “What it says about you if you like horror movies.” The writer thinks only regressive people — and men — like horror films.

  2. I read it, Fem. Good article.

    It is ridiculous to say women don’t like horror. I’ve ALWAYS known plenty of women and young girls who liked horror movies, as well as TV shows with horror elements (from “Outer Limits” and “Dark Shadows” to “Buffy” and “Supernatural”). It does seem true that women aren’t great fans of “torture porn,” but neither am I.

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