Much appreciation to those at Con Nooga who showed up to chat Twin Peaks on the last day of the con. Presentation info can be found here:
If you want more Twin Peaks, stay tuned for the debut of our survival guide as we prepare for the upcoming Season 3 premiere!
Episode 97: Eve’s Bayou
[Corrections: Fem mistakenly refers to the film The Feast of All Saints as Amistad. To add to hir mistakes, the Jia Tolentino article Fem mentions in the closing is from The New Yorker and not The New York Times.]
Happy Women in Horror Month! All throughout February we’ll be drawing attention to the women behind the camera who contribute to the genre and fill our lives with great art. Resist stereotypes! Take part in the agenda:
- Share our PSA – New year, new public service announcement! Watch our 2017 tribute to women in horror.
- Listen to our new podcast episode – Tune in on February 13 to hear Episode 97 of The Whorer Podcast. This year we’re taking up analysis of Kasi Lemmons’ southern gothic tale, Eve’s Bayou.
- Explore our archives – Many of our episodes outside of Women in Horror Month focus on women creators. A complete list is provided below.
- Celebrate with the entire community – See what others are doing and create your own events! Visit womeninhorrormonth.com.
American Mary | American Psycho | The Babadook | Beloved | Blood Diner | The Commune | The Countess | Felt | A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night | Ginger Snaps | Graphic Sexual Horror | A Gun for Jennifer | Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows | Jennifer’s Body | Ladies of the House | The Lure | Lost Girl | Maleficent | Maskoun | The Oracle | Pet Sematary | Pet Sematary 2 | The Shining | The Slumber Party Massacre | The Strange Color of Your Body’s Tears | Suspiria | Titus | Trouble Every Day | Valerie and Her Week of Wonders
As The Whorer celebrates 5 years of podcasting, we’d like to share our goals and reaffirm our values for the new year. In 2017, The Whorer will…
- only feature films created by people of color, women, and LGBTQ folks for monthly podcast episodes.
- report on at least 1 new-to-us fan convention or film festival.
- continue to present and run panels about feminism and horror films at local (Tennessee) fan conventions.
- continue to self-educate and be mindful of our own implicit bias when reviewing films.
- continue to critique and challenge the kyriarchy through our focus on film and its industry.