She Kills: A Shudder Original Podcast
Hosted by horror icon Adrienne Barbeau, SHE KILLS explores horror through a female lens with conversations from women in front of and behind the camera – including Karyn Kusama, Dee Wallace, Jennifer Tilly, Illeana Douglas, Polyanna McIntosh and more. Join these maidens of mayhem while they traverse titillating topics like Sex by Death, Damsel’s in Distress, Final Girls, Rape/Revenge and Nunspoloitation.
Karyn Kusama talks with Emily Deschanel about everything from the dated trope, Sex = Death, to learning how to become their own creative advocates.
Jennifer Tilly sits with Grae Drake to discuss the Damsel in Distress trope and the enduring legacy of Jennifer’s most famous character.
Barbara Crampton talks with Clarke Wolfe to examine the trauma of the final girl and why we remember the male monsters more vividly than we remember these kick ass women.
Grae Drake returns to talk with Illeanna Douglas about everything from the “Crazy Bitch” trope to unlocking psychic abilities.
We’re back with Clarke Wolfe who talks to Alex Essoe about the power and beguiling nature of our favorite horror witches.
For the delicate topic of Rape Revenge films, we brought in Polyanna McIntosh and Staci Layne Wilso, for a conversation about responsible feminist filmmaking and the future of the subgenre.
We called up Dee Wallace to speak with our very own showrunner Blaire Bercy, about her work within the afterlife, how there are no such things as “evil spirits”, and her current career in healing from her home in California – amidst the backdrop of the Woolsey Fire!
Professor and Editor-in-Chief of Blumhouse.com Rebekah McKendry, and her friend actress and author Brea Grant put down their phones to discuss Tech Horror and the everyday terrors lurking online.
This week, Dana Schwartz sat down with Anna Biller, to talk about all things fun, femme, and fantastic about the genre we all adore!
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It deserves a 4, it's pretty great to have on while working or doing chores. Wish things went into a little more detail though but overall it's good topics and conversations. I'm giving it a 5 to help counter the MAGA snowflakes trying to review bomb.
It went into a crybaby lefty feminist direction within 5 minutes and I was out after that. I'm all for celebrating women in horror but listening to angry women hate people from the other political side isn't celebrating anything and has nothing to do with horror.
Really great chats, hooe they make another season