The Horror Honeys: A Year of Women in Film ~ Week 11!

A Year of Women in Film ~ Week 11!

Another year, another project at The Horror Honeys! In 2016, we took part in the #52FilmsByWomen project, putting our own spin on it by focusing on horror films and thrillers written or directed by ladies. This year, we've decided to open it up to a bigger array of genres, and are including films by iconic female writers, directors, and even producers! The list for 2017 was compiled by all the Horror Honeys, and includes some classics, as well as some lesser known favorites. So join us on our live tweeting journey. It's going to be a hell of a year.

Sofia Coppola on the set of The Virgin Suicides

It's rare that a writer/director's debut film can be qualified as a masterpiece of style, substance, and sheer unabashed beauty. But when Sofia Coppola stepped behind the camera and brought us The Virgin Suicides, her dreamy adaptation of a novel by Jeffrey Eugenides (also a brilliant debut), it was clear she was a magical new voice in the cinema landscape. The Virgin Suicides is the kind of movie that lingers with you for years after your first viewing, and it was the perfect introduction to the auteur that Coppola would become.

Join us on Friday as we live tweet The Virgin Suicides
for our next #YearofWomeninFilm event!

The Virgin Suicides is available via Amazon Instant Video, iTunesYouTube VOD, Vudu, Google Play, & DVD