Tag Archives: Women In Horror

Female Driven Shows at The London Horror Festival

The horror industry has always provided roles for women. When I think of classic horror, two distinct character types spring to mind. One is the innocent, virginal victim – a goody-two-shoes-gal smooching in a back of a Chevy on Lover’s … Continue reading

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WiHM – FILM REVIEW: I WANT YOU INSIDE ME

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To celebrate Women in Horror Month (WiHM), I watched Alice Schindelar’s short film, I Want You Inside Me. I feel like it came straight from the last line of Sylvia Plath’s ‘Lazy Lazarus’: “Out of the ash I rise with my … Continue reading

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HORROR THEATRE: LHF 2018 INTERVIEW WITH JOSEPH WILLIS

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The London Horror Festival has now kicked off! We checked in with Joseph Willis, organiser of this year’s Horror Playwriting Competition, to see what he has to say about this year’s contest. What’s important to you about horror theatre? Horror … Continue reading

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Film Review: Revenge (2017)

I’m very skeptical about rape-revenge films – to what extent are they empowering? Do we really need to watch long everlasting minutes of rape to realise women are strong and will take their revenge? Personally I think that they should … Continue reading

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Black Sunday Film Festival Vol. 2: Line Up

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The next installment of the Black Sunday Film Festival takes place on Sunday 25th February at the Hen and Chickens Theatre. There’s one hell of a line up for you too, including the return of the extremely popular short film block, showcasing … Continue reading

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