This year, The Horror Honeys decided to take a pledge, rather that make a resolution there was zero chance of us keeping. Women in Film has launched the 52 Films by Women project, in which you take a pledge to watch just ONE film directed by a woman every week this year. Easy enough right? And since this is The Horror Honeys, we are going to guide through the project, every week this year, with a featured horror film written or directed by a fierce female!
Take the pledge yourself here, and check out our next pick below!
Brit Marling is, without question, one of the most unique and talented women working in the world of sci-fi right now. Her films are somehow both inscrutable and utterly mesmerizing, presenting science fiction from a wholly elegant and minimalist viewpoint. She isn't just a fantastic writer, but she's also a brilliant actress, and frankly, a borderline magician. Her new television series, The OA, is still so shrouded in mystery, no one knows what it's about. We'll be covering more of her films over the course of the year, but first up is Sound of My Voice, a cult/time-travel film that is equal parts completely mystifying and totally unforgettable.
Sound of My Voice is available via iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, YouTube VOD, Vudu, Google Play, & blu-ray/DVD
Watch Sound of My Voice this week and tweet us
when you do, using the #52FilmsByWomen!