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.
Between The Lines (1977)
American Psycho (2000)
Trouble Every Day (2001)
Near Dark (1987)
Ghost in the Machine (1993)
Tank Girl (1995)
Sorority House Massacre (1986)
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