The Horror Honeys: A Year of Women in Film ~ Week 9!

A Year of Women in Film ~ Week 9!


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.

Gillian Robespierre on the set of Obvious Child
It took a very special movie to make us break our "no rom-coms" rule this year. Gillian Robespierre's Obvious Child is one such movie. To be fair, Obvious Child isn't a traditional rom-com. It's more of a dram-com with rom elements. (God I hate myself right now). Anyway. Robespierre, together with Jenny Slate, managed to craft one of the most honest and raw portraits of young womanhood in decades, while still maintaining every bit of Slates' dry humor. This is not a throwaway trifle. Obvious Child is one of the best movies of the last twenty years.


Join us on Friday as we live tweet Obvious Child
for our next #YearofWomeninFilm event!

Obvious Child is available via iTunes, Amazon Video, Vudu, YouTube VOD, Google Play, & blu-ray/DVD