Instead of a new episode this week on Silver Scream Queens, the ladies are visiting episodes past with their coverage of “Friday the 13th”.
“Kill, kill, kill, ma, ma, ma!” – Silver Scream Queens
Stay celibate to stay alive! We celebrate the most damning of holidays with FRIDAY THE 13TH (1980). If you’re new to the podcast, this is a great way to catch up on one of our favorite episodes of Silver Scream Queens past where we talk about the iconic slasher horror film that launched a wildly successful franchise and a million imitators. And what better time to listen than on this titular date. Happy Friday the 13th!
(Original air date: Friday, March 20, 2020)
HERE’S WHAT YOU MISSED ON SILVER SCREAM QUEENS:
If you’re new to the podcast and want to catch up on some of the killer content you may have missed, below are links to a few of our favorite episodes we think are totally worth diving into.
- HIMBOS IN HORROR – What’s a himbo? How does one himbo? Where do himbos exist in horror? Stephanie guides us through some examples of the genre’s hottest, not-so-smart leading men.
- MURDER IS A DRAG RACE – These villains WERK. Steph walks us through the drag personas of horror’s baddest and bougiest. But who will win the lip sync battle?
- WHERE DO HORROR ICONS FALL ON THE KINSEY SCALE? – In episode one of season 2, we take a look at our favorite horror baddies and ask the question we’ve all been wondering: how gay are they?
On the Silver Scream Queens podcast, best friends Blayne, Emily, and Stephanie tear into the horror classics, all through an intersectional feminist lens. Tune in as they dig into horror movie favorites from fresh feminist angles — with topics such as himbos in horror, a dating app for horror moms, and placing horror baddies on the Kinsey Scale.
Blayne (she/her) is our HWIC, head witch in charge. She comes from the world of writing, where the pen is far mightier than the sword. Our podcast mom, Emily (she/her) is chronically fabulous and finds joy in drawing, graphic design, and summoning demons to smash the patriarchy. Stephanie (she/her) spends most of her free time shooting people (with her camera) and could design Chip Kidd under the table.
Be sure to tune in every other week for new episodes of the SILVER SCREAM QUEENS podcast on the Morbidly Beautiful Network.