American Psycho! Ganja And Hess! Women And Black History In Horror Film!

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Horrible Imaginings Film Festival & Podcast says
Horrible Imaginings Film Festival is gearing up to celebrate Women in Horror Month and Black History Month in partnership with Graveyard Shift Sisters, and Horror House Party! Often stereotyped as a boy’s club genre, the horror genre has nonetheless featured incredibly talented women and people of color behind the camera. To pay tribute to these hardworking folks who defy conventions and bring scares, the turn-of-the-millennium classic “American Psycho,” directed by Mary Harron, will be featured! Also in honor of Black History Month, the hypnotic actress Marlene Clark will be spotlighted in a repertory screening of “Ganja and Hess,” Bill Gunn’s subversive answer to both the Blaxploitation and vampire genres. Join us for both of these rare screenings in honor of this great occasion!

NOTE: Discounts for Students, Military, Seniors, and MOPA Members available upon request! Email for discount codes!

Women in Horror Month is an international, grassroots initiative, which encourages supporters to learn about and showcase the underrepresented work of women in the horror industries. Whether they are on the screen, behind the scenes, or contributing in their other various artistic ways, it is clear that women love, appreciate, and contribute to the horror genre.

Graveyard Shift Sisters highlight and celebrate the experiences, representations, achievements, and creative works of Black women and women of color in the horror and science fiction genres.

Horror House Party talks about the latest in horror news, whether in books or movies or haunted events and attractions. From time to time, they may even talk about the related genres of science fiction and fantasy.
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