Deriving its name from the young adult novel by Lois Duncan, Stranger With My Face Horror Film Festival explores the idea of ‘the horror within’ and promotes discussion around genre and gender. It originated as a response to Women in Horror Month, an international movement celebrating the work of women in what remains a heavily male-dominated corner of pop culture.
The films selected range from the subtle and psychological to the grotesque and gore-tastic, in recognition of the breadth of the genre and how women interpret it. Are horror films by women really so different? Is “female-response horror” actually a thing? Make up your own mind. Whatever else they may be, these are films to get the blood pumping and the mind reeling!
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