Women in Horror
Etheria Film Night 2014 is home to the North American premiere of Axelle Carolyn's Soulmate, but that's not all of the fest's riches. There's also its short films, which include Sarah Doyle’s “You and Me & Her,” Rose McGowan’s “Dawn,” and Danis Goulet’s “Wakening.”
With the legends of Salem being a big part of the state's history, is it any wonder the Massachusetts Independent Film Festival chose The Lords of Salem for a special screening? But that's just the tip of the iceberg...
Hollywood, you've got it all. The glitz, the glamour, and the girls! And the 2013 Viscera Film Festival is all about the ladies. An annual tribute to female horror filmmakers, the Viscera Film Festival is one not to be missed.
The full list of judges and the lineup of the 2013 Viscera Film Festival have been revealed along with the name of this year's Inspiration Award recipient. It all happens on July 13th at the American Cinematheque’s Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, California. Read on for the details.
What would horror be like without women? It would suck ass. Sure, a big guy is intimidating, but women as killers (or their creators) make everything so much more interesting. Which is why we're happy to remind you it's Women in Horror Month, time to give blood - and cash - to charity.
San Diego's Horrible Imaginings is teaming up with the Viscera Film Festival to celebrate Women in Horror Recognition Month with a two-night event that starts off with a theatrical presentation of monologues and continues with an international horror shorts program that includes our own Heather Wixson's "Paper Rock, Scissors".
Exclusive to Dread, here’s a handful of photos from the February 12th second annual Women in Horror celebration at LA’s house of macabre, Burbank’s Dark Delicacies (3512 W. Magnolia Blvd., Burbank, CA).
There's nothing finer (and sexier) than that one woman in a movie who outlasts the unthinkable. The chick who stands up to the things that go bump in the night and isn't afraid to get a little red on her! Join us now as we celebrate these lovely ladies without whom horror would be nowhere.
In case you were unaware, February is "Women in Horror Month", and in honor of the occasion Twisted Twins Productions (aka Jen and Sylvia Soska) have provided us with a Public Service Announcement for their massive blood drive event in support of this first (hopefully) annual celebration.