Filmmaker, film historian and friend of the Gutter Prof. Ashlee Blackwell’s students have a research blog and you can check out all the interesting ideas about women in horror here!
Graveyard Shift Sisters suggests 28 Black women filmmakers and the horror films they made–with links!
Friends of the Gutter Christine Makepeace and Emily Intravia watch Inside and Proxy at the Feminine Critique. “Brace your bellies for some very rough treatment of moody pregnant women. Christine and Emily go deep with 2007’s Inside, the French gorefest that launched a whole lot of enthusiasm a […]
This week’s Guest Star is Nick Hanover. He’ll be covering for SF/F Editor Keith Allison, who took one last big job despite our pleas. Keith will be back next month. ~~~ “I’m not grieving. I’m gestating.” – Prevenge Patriarchal western society has long had a hypocritical view of […]
At Bitch Media, Sara Century writs about Queer women in horror. “The first horror films to feature queer female characters are some of the first films of any kind to portray queer women.”
Graveyard Shift Sisters shares Kinitra Brooks’ “close examination of the books of Tananarive Due, her African Immortals series that centers around the main character Jessica Jacobs-Wolde and L.A. Banks’ Vampire Huntress Legend series focus on Damali Richards and discusses how speculative fiction is ripe for transformative work on Black female […]