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The Etheria Film Festival, or Fantastic Fantastical Female-Made Films

The women of Viscera have done it again. Not content with shining a light on the works of talented female horror filmmakers, Shannon Lark and Heidi Honeycutt (editor-in-chief of Planet Fury)  have organized the Etheria Film Festival, a new juried fest dedicated to highlighting the best new short fantasy and sci-fi films made by women. Taking [...]

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‘Suspicion,’ or Remaking Alfred Hitchcock

The hot new trend in Hollywood seems to be remakes of Alfred Hitchcock films. There are several headed our way and, hey, I get it. They are amazing movies! But rather than churn out inferior versions of Hitch’s masterpieces, wouldn’t it be better to just mount a series of new deluxe DVD reissues of the [...]

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Mirror, Mirror on the Wall; This Is the Worst Snow White of All

Here we go again. Recently, over at Planet Fury, I wrote about the competing Linda Lovelace projects. Now we’re moving on to competing Snow White projects. O Hollywoodland, you grow ever wearisome. Just a few days ago, my colleague at Planet Fury, Heidi Honeycutt, wrote rather unenthusiastically about the trailer for Snow White and the Huntsman, [...]

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Halloween Memories: Heidi Honeycutt

Planet Fury’s Halloween Memories series has focused on our favorite women currently working in the horror and genre arena. So, of course, we couldn’t end without talking to the woman dearest to Planet Fury’s bloody heart: our very own editor-in-chief, Heidi Honeycutt. Though she works mainly as a journalist these days, Heidi has been kicking [...]

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