• The Invitation
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    #LOHFMovieNights: The Invitation

    Every Friday night in September, we are watching horror movies directed by women. Tonight at 8 PM EST we are hosting our next #LOHFMovieNights with The Invitation (2015) Directed by Karyn Kusama on Netflix Party. There is nothing to be afraid of. Will and his new girlfriend Kira are invited to a dinner with old friends at the house of Will’s ex Eden and her new partner David. Although the evening appears to be relaxed, Will soon gets a creeping suspicion that their charming host David is up to something. Visit us on @lohfiction Twitter 15 minutes before the movie to get the link or DM @ladiesofhorrorfiction on Instagram. Please note…

  • Always Shine Movie Night
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    #LOHFMovieNights: Always Shine

    Every Friday night in September, we are watching horror movies directed by women. Tonight at 8 PM EST we are hosting our next #LOHFMovieNights with Always Shine (2016) Directed by Sophia Takal on Amazon Prime Video Watch Party. Please note: we were originally planning to watch The Slumber Party Massacre tonight, but it has been removed from Amazon Watch Party. On a trip to Big Sur, two friends, both actresses, try to reconnect with one another. Once alone, the women’s suppressed jealousies and deep-seated resentments begin to rise, causing them to lose their grasp on not only the true nature of their relationship, but also their identities. Visit us on…

  • High Life Movie
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    #LOHFMovieNights: High Life

    Every Friday night in September, we are watching horror movies directed by women. Tonight at 8 PM EST we are hosting our second #LOHFMovieNights with High Life (2018) Directed by Claire Denis on Amazon Prime Video Watch Party. Please note: we were originally planning to watch Into the Dark: Culture Shock tonight, but we have learned that Hulu Watch Party only allows 8 people to watch at a time. In order to make sure everyone is included, we will now be watching High Life (2018) on Prime Video. Oblivion Awaits. Monte and his baby daughter are the last survivors of a damned and dangerous mission to the outer reaches of the…

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    LOHF Two-Year Anniversary Celebration!

    Today the Ladies of Horror Fiction team is kicking off our two-year anniversary celebration! We hope you will join us in celebrating throughout the month of September. The details of our readalong, readathon, photo challenge, and movie nights can be found below! Group Read #LOHFReadalong Our September group read is Bunny by Mona Awad. The readalong discussion will take place in our Ladies of Horror Fiction group on Goodreads: September 2020 Readalong: Bunny by Mona Awad The readalong will begin on September 1 and discussions will take place throughout the month of September (and beyond for anyone who wants to keep the discussion going!) You can join in any time…

  • Horror Movie Maven
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    Plan a Halloween Movie Marathon

    This is the month, y’all, we made it to October, where it’s Halloween every day, and no one can persuade me otherwise. One of the best parts of Halloween month is that everyone else condones the dark and weird stuff you like year round, which includes good old fashioned horror movies! So, if you don’t already have big party plans for the big day, why not plan a creepy, cozy movie marathon? If you’re staying home, you know you’re not going to be able to stray far from the living room as the parade of ghouls lines up at your door for candy, so I’ve got some great picks for…

  • Ladies of Horror Fiction celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month
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    Horror Movie Maven: Hispanic Heritage Month

    The weather is getting colder, my belly and cupboards are filled with every variety of pumpkin spice Trader Joe’s could supply, and maybe your thoughts are turning to films of the darker, more scream-filled variety. I don’t blame you if your thoughts are always filled with horror films, but this is the time of year to start amping up your game. This September, double up on your horror movie intake by also celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month! Hispanic filmmakers from Mexico, Spain, and Central and South America are not afraid to get gory, tell unique stories, and delve into the many terrifying legends as well as real-life horrors of their culture.…