A weekly podcast dedicated to exploring the intersections of horror film and feminism. In our fourth series, we're diving deep into teen horror. A new episode lands every week where host Anna Bogutskaya and a special guest discuss a film in depth.
BONUS • Interview with Jamie Lee Curtis
We sat down with THE final girl, THE living legend, THE Jamie Lee Curtis.
TEEN HORROR 06 • The Slumberparty Massacre (1982) + The Slumberparty Massacre II (1987)
All the elements of a great slumber party: cold pizza, dead bodies, and a double denim driller killer.
TEEN HORROR 05 • Prom Night (1980) + Student Bodies (1981)
Where disco meets murder.
TEEN HORROR 04 • Friday the 13th (1980)
The mommy of all slasher franchises.
BONUS • Midnight Mass (2021)
A spoiler-free and then fully spoilerific discussion on Mike Flanagan's new series Midnight Mass
TEEN HORROR 03 • Halloween (1978)
A deep dive into the daddy of all slasher films.
Exactly what I was looking for.
This is like a lecture series at a university and it’s amazing! The host asks insightful questions and her guests range from those who worked on the films to enthusiasts it’s a great podcast on an intersection I’ve been craving. Check this one out and enjoy!
I’ve loved Anna ever since hearing her review on the Suspiria remake on The Evolution of Horror. I am so happy she now has her own podcast. She’s thoughtful, intelligent and offers great insight and enthusiasm on the horror genre and it’s intersection with feminism. I’m so happy to finally be hearing different voices speak on horror, the world does not need any more horror podcasts from lame misogynistic dudes. So grateful for this podcast, Anna is the best!
Great content, wonky audio
Love love love the show! The audio is a bit weird though. I was listening to the new Fear Street episodes while driving and the level difference between the host and the guest are so dramatically different that I had to ride the levels to try to not get my ears pierced by bursts of laughter. I thought it’d get better after the first episode but it was the same. I hope this improves. I’d love to keep listening. Seriously great content.