We’ve recently made the Ghouls Ghouls Ghouls podcast from Ghouls Magazine public which means there is way more coming your way in terms of ghoulish content! I was lucky enough to jump on an episode with Hannah Ogilvie and Caitlyn Downs from Ghouls Magazine to discuss the films we were most excited to watch at Soho Horror Film Festival 2022!

Have a listen to find out about some amazing independent films, why Mitch Harrod (festival director) is our God and what you should add to your horror watchlist!

Good For Her Horror Films with Ariel Powers-Schaub, Liz Bishop & Amber T Ghouls Magazine

March is the month that we celebrate badass babes in horror! With International Women's Day and Women In Horror Month both marked on the calendars, we thought it only seemed fit to look at 'Good For Her' horror films ūüĒ™ūüíĀ‚Äć‚ôÄÔłŹ In this episode host Ariel Powers-Schaub is joined by Ghouls Magazine contributors, Liz Bishop and Amber T, to embrace the on-screen women who make getting revenge, necrophilia and being drawn to bloodlust look damn cool. From Excision to Nekromantik 2 to Captivity to Prevenge and more… Do you like this podcast? To help us keep producing episodes why not become a Ghouls Magazine member (and get loads of extra content!) or drop us a donation on Ko-Fi!¬† Ghouls Magazine¬† ¬†https://www.ghoulsmagazine.com/¬† ¬†https://twitter.com/GhoulsMagazine¬† ¬†https://www.facebook.com/ghoulsmagazine¬† ¬†https://www.instagram.com/ghoulsmag ¬†editor@ghoulsmagazine.com
  1. Good For Her Horror Films with Ariel Powers-Schaub, Liz Bishop & Amber T
  2. Ghouls Watch: Severance, Run Sweetheart Run, Splice & more
  3. The Loved Ones (2009) with Liz Bishop
  4. Terrifier (2016) & Terrifier 2 (2022) with Janine Pipe
  5. Krampus (2015) with Megan Kenny & Rebecca McCallum

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