The crew is back to discuss Ana Lily Amapour's debut feature A GIRL WALKS HOME ALONE AT NIGHT.
A recent article published by the New Republic titled "What Its Says About You If You Enjoy Horror Movies" sent ripples of anger through the horror community. Citing 30 year old research and a pair of films that fall under the fantasy and biblical epic categories, author Alice Robb made some egregious assumptions about horror fans. One of the most striking and tone deaf arguments of the article was the assumption that women either don't enjoy or lack the strong constitution for horror movies. We sat down with head Horror Honey KAT, Boston filmmaker IZZY LEE, Day of The Woman's BJ-COANGELO & our own DEDE CRIMMINS to discuss this article and what it means to them to be a horror fan/journalist/filmmaker.
For your reading enjoyment, we present links to the original article along with several refutations:
The New Republic "What It Says About You If You Enjoy Horror Movies"
The Horror Honeys "To Know Horror Fans Is To Love Them"
Day of the Woman "ThisIs What It Really Says If You Like Horror Movies"
In our second episode of the FILM THRILLS PODCAST Mike interviews Leigh Whannel (Saw, Insidious) about his new black comedy THE MULE and Paul Solet (Grace) about his new supernatural horror film DARK SUMMER.
Hello Everyone and welcome to the debute episode of FILM THRILLS, your source for the best and brightest in independent horror, sci-fi, dark thrillers, cult and exploitation films and brought to you by the crew at All Things Horror
In this episode Mike, Dede, Charlie and Andrea take a look at the state of theatrical horror by the end of 2014, discuss why VOD has become the best source for the most exciting current genre films and reveal what films we're most excited about heading in to 2015. We'll talk about The Tribe, The Duke of Burgundy, Spring, It Follows, Crimson Peak along with many more.