This year, The Horror Honeys decided to take a pledge, rather than 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 you 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!
The "metalsploitation" genre is one that is near and dear to the hearts of many a horror fan, mostly due to the crossover potential between good metal music and intense horror. One of the best (and still oddly most under-appreciated) metalsploitation films is Canadian export Black Roses, directed John Fasano, and written and produced by Cindy Sorrell. Now a novelist, Sorrell goes by the name Cynthia Cirile, but we will always have Black Roses to return to for a bit of 80s metal nostalgia!
Watch Black Roses this week and tweet us
when you do, using the #52FilmsByWomen!
Black Roses is available via Amazon Instant Video & DVD
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