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The Calling Hours Horror Podcast 2.58: A Male Perspective on Women in Horror Month and In-Depth Discussion on Gender in the Genre (Air Date: 2.5.19)

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ABOUT THIS EPISODE:

On this episode, the first of Women in Horror Month 2019, we will be doing something a little different. I will have my cohort Grumpy on to express a male view of Women in Horror Month. Topics such as whether Women In Horror Month is something that is still needed, if the movement is still something that helps or hurts the drive for more women in the genre, the concerns of receiving positions in the genre based on gender, the continuing evolution of women in the industry, and much more. This is certainly a discussion that should make everyone think and spark conversations that need to be had on all sides of the spectrum.

In addition to our featured discussion, we’ll be featuring more great content in our regular segments:

  • In our Digital Dismemberment Spotlight, we will be reviewing Scream Factory’s Blu-Ray Release of The Plague of the Zombies.
  • In our lighthearted review segment, The Traumatic Tales of Dedman and Grumpy, we will be reviewing the Kevin Smith film Yoga Hosers.
  • In our Metal Massacre Spotlights this evening, we will be featuring three bands from out latest sponsor Imperative PR. Those bands will include Fetal Bleeding, Death Tribe and Oracle.
Disclaimer: The views expressed on this podcast do not necessarily represent the views of this network, Morbidly Beautiful, or the site’s ownership. The content is intended to be thought provoking and explore opinions and perspectives not necessarily consistent with my personal views or the views of this site. 


Tune in to Morbidly Beautiful every Tuesday at 8 pm EST for new episodes of The Calling Hours Podcast. You can also listen to the syndicated rebroadcast on MileHiRadio every Friday night at 10 pm EST/7 pm PST. The Calling Hours is also available on most major podcast platforms, including iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Tune In Radio, and on Pippa. 

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