A Frame Apart Episode 75 - Freddy's Dead VS Wonder Woman | Modern Superior

We’re starting our Women in Horror Month off with a strange paring, considering one of the films isn’t horror at all. We’re looking at two films in major franchises helmed by women with Rachel Talalay’s Freddy’s Dead: The Final Nightmare versus Patty Jenkins’s Wonder Woman. We discuss Wonder Woman‘s obvious and necessary impact, while looking at the first film in a major franchise to be directed by a woman – for her directorial debut, no less! Rachel Talalay made history. Patty Jenkins carried that torch into what is hopefully a time of real change and growth.

During the month, be sure to take a look at Ariel’s Letterboxd list of female-directed horror films. It’s at 134 at the start of the month – let’s make those numbers climb! Send us a message or email with any suggestions not already on the list!

Don’t miss Ariel’s new podcast, After All: A Mary Tyler Moore Podcast. Be sure to check it out on iTunes, rate, review, and subscribe to the show!

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