Black Women in Horror Part 1: All Hail the Real Queen of Horror

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This is Zena, she’s awesome, and she’s our guest! On this episode, we celebrate Black History Month and Women in Horror Month together by watching and discussing black women in horror with our favorite writer/director/critic/super-diva.

She picked 3 great ones for us this week: 1974’s The House on Skull Mountain and the Kadeem Hardison double feature of Def by Temptation and Vampire in Brooklyn.

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