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2018 Year In Review!

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2018 was a busy year at The Circus! We kicked off January with a cast and crew screening of Sean Mannion’s Meme, the first full length feature film to come out of 4MileCircus, at Videology (RIP). In January we were also deep into preproduction for It’s Normal, having our first full cast script read through […]

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Ax Wound and Cucalorus Film Festivals!

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November was a busy month here at The Circus as Sean travelled to North Carolina to screen his debut feature Meme at Cucalorus  while Nicole headed up to Vermont for the world premiere of her horror short It’s Normal at Ax Wound Film Festival. Ax Wound was recently named one of MovieMaker’s 30 Bloody Best Genre Fests […]

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Help Bring Bitten, A Tragedy To Life!

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You may be familiar with Audre’s Revenge Film Collective from horrifically subversive projects like Flesh and the They Will Know You By Your Fruit photo series, all of which center queer people of color both in front of and behind the camera (and if you’re not familiar, click those links and get into it!). We at […]

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Stuff of Ours to Watch this Women in Horror Month #WIHM9

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This Women in Horror Month we’ve been sharing some of our favorite scary shorts and features  made by other people. Here are some shorts we made ourselves that are both available streaming and frighteningly appropriate viewing for your February celebration of women in horror! Small Talk (Dir. Nicole Solomon) It’s just another day at the home […]

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10 Films to Stream this Women in Horror Month #WiHM9

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Ten recommended feature length horror flicks directed by women that you can stream right now. For more horrifying feature films by women, many of which are also streaming, check out our 10 Great Horror Films Directed By Women post from last year. This list is by me (Nicole).   The Love Witch (Dir.Anna Biller) Assisted […]

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Podcast of the Week: Switchblade Sisters

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Presumably named for the ’70s girl gang exploitation flick, Switchblade Sisters is a delightful new podcast from Maximum Fun on which women talk about genre films. Each episode features host April Wolfe (who was also a film critic at LA Weekly until last week’s brutal staff layoffs following the paper’s purchase by Semanal Media,) in conversation with […]