Episode 13 - Women In Film

Episode 13 - Women In Film

This week on the podcast, we celebrate women in filmmaking with a look at a number of great movies and directors. From the overlooked to a few classics, we discuss everything from American Psycho to Munchies.

Jenna speaks about how Joan Micklin Silver empowered the supporting cast to shine in Between The Lines, Veronica discusses a variety of gruesome horror films made by some very talented women, Dan looks at one woman-made slasher that should not be passed over and Carlo digs into some cult cinema by Rachel Talalay and others.

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Episode 14 - Carmine Capobianco: Psychos in Conversation

Episode 14 - Carmine Capobianco: Psychos in Conversation

I Watched It So You Don't Have To: Ishtar

I Watched It So You Don't Have To: Ishtar

 

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