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Switchblade Sisters is a podcast providing deep cuts on genre flicks from a female perspective. Every week, film critic and screenwriter April Wolfe sits down with a phenomenal female film-maker to slice-and-dice a classic genre movie - horror, exploitation, sci-fi and many others! Along the way, they cover craft, the state of the industry, how films get made, and more. Mothers, lock up your sons, the Switchblade Sisters are coming!

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Switchblade Sisters is a podcast providing deep cuts on genre flicks from a female perspective. Every week, film critic and screenwriter April Wolfe sits down with a phenomenal female film-maker to slice-and-dice a classic genre movie - horror, exploitation, sci-fi and many others! Along the way, they cover craft, the state of the industry, how films get made, and more. Mothers, lock up your sons, the Switchblade Sisters are coming!

    ‘Kill Bill’ with ‘Sacred Lies’ Showrunner Raelle Tucker

    ‘Kill Bill’ with ‘Sacred Lies’ Showrunner Raelle Tucker

    Sacred Lies showrunner and TV writer Raelle Tucker (Jessica Jones, True Blood) joins April to discuss Kill Bill.

    • 44分
    ‘It Follows’ with Jenna Kanell

    ‘It Follows’ with Jenna Kanell

    Today we have the multi-talented Jenna Kanell (Terrifier) on the program. She’s a writer, director, actor, and stunt performer. And she’s on the show today to talk about 2014’s It Follows. Jenna discusses the infusion of social commentary into the horror genre. She talks about the difficulty and isolation that can go along with the acting process. And she elaborates on performing her own stunts and how that can help her feel more “in her own body” for a role. If you haven’t seen It Follows…you should! It’s good! With April Wolfe and Jenna Kanell.

    • 42分
    ‘The Lost Boys’ with ‘Into the Dark: My Valentine’ Director Maggie Levin

    ‘The Lost Boys’ with ‘Into the Dark: My Valentine’ Director Maggie Levin

    We have the magnificent director Maggie Levin (Blumhouse’s Into the Dark: My Valentine, Miss 2059) on the show to discuss Joel Schumacher’s vampire-classic, The Lost Boys. Maggie and April chat about making genre films on a shoestring budget. Maggie takes us through the laborious and often entertaining process of the “name clearance phase” of filmmaking. And she emphasizes the necessity of talented actors to make a quality film. You can watch Into the Dark: My Valentine on Hulu now. And if you haven’t seen The Lost Boys…get to it! With April Wolfe and Maggie Levin.

    • 44分
    ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ with ‘Birds of Prey’ Director Cathy Yan

    ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ with ‘Birds of Prey’ Director Cathy Yan

    What a FANTABULOUS episode this is! We have the magnificent Cathy Yan, director of Birds of Prey, on to talk all about Mad Max: Fury Road. Cathy discusses what it’s like making her own standalone film in a “sequalized environment.” She elaborates on the function of using practical effects and stunts. And she discusses working with Margot Robbie and further developing Harley Quinn’s character. You can watch Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn in theaters on February 7th. And if you haven’t seen Mad Max: Fury Road…what? With April Wolfe and Cathy Yan.

    • 45分
    ‘Adaptation’ with ‘Color Out of Space’ Star Madeleine Arthur

    ‘Adaptation’ with ‘Color Out of Space’ Star Madeleine Arthur

    This week we are joined by the wonderful actress Madeleine Arthur (Color Out of Space, Big Eyes, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before) to talk about 2002’s Adaptation. Madeleine discusses the craft of self-taping an audition, doing an ADR session, and grounding supernatural dialogue. She also reveals what it was like co-starring with Nicolas Cage. And she even sings the song he made up for the times when he needs to focus on set. You can watch Color Out of Space in theaters now. And if you haven’t seen Adaptation…what are you even doing with your life? With April Wolfe and Madeleine Arthur.

    • 44分
    ‘Bunny Lake Is Missing’ with ‘She’s Missing’ Director Alexandra McGuinness

    ‘Bunny Lake Is Missing’ with ‘She’s Missing’ Director Alexandra McGuinness

    We are so lucky to be joined by the phenomenal director of the new film She’s Missing, Alexandra McGuinness. She’s on the program to talk about the aptly chosen movie, Otto Preminger’s Bunny Lake Is Missing. Alexandra discusses the significance of making films in foreign places. She elaborates on unintentionally making her work personal. And she chats about her love of collaborating with inexperienced actors – especially child actors who correct Josh Hartnett when he doesn’t remember a line. You can watch She’s Missing on streaming now. And if you haven’t seen Bunny Lake Is Missing…do it now! With April Wolfe and Alexandra McGuinness.

    • 42分

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