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.
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:
Just to recap: We did a presentation celebrating Women in Horror Recognition Month at Chattanooga, Tennessee’s Con Nooga. While we will not be dedicating an entire podcast episode to this particular con, we will take some time to talk about our overall experiences at the end of next week’s episode on Beyond the Black Rainbow.
What the heck is a feminist horror film and why the frak should you care? Come find out as we celebrate Women in Horror Month by talking about our favorite women produced horror films/TV shows and characters.
If you happen to be in the Chattanooga area, we’re presenting this awesomeness at 4pm in the Convention Center, Panel Room #10. Maybe if the rest of you bug us, we’ll record and release the audio…
While you wait, here are episodes from our archive focusing on women-made horror along with the PSA we created last year.