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Switchblade Sisters


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Switchblade Sisters is a new podcast providing deep cuts on genre flicks from a female perspective. Every week, film critic April Wolfe sits down with a phenomenal female film-maker to slice-and-dice a classic genre movie - horror, exploitation, sci-fi and many others! Along the way, they cover craft, the state of the industry, how films get made, and more. Mothers, lock up your sons, the Switchblade Sisters are coming!

Customer Reviews

Everyone needs to listen to this

One of my favorite podcasts without a doubt. April always invites the most interesting guests who always have so much insight to offer. This podcast might have completely changed the way I approach film and I love it to death for that.

Edutaining to the max

I love this show, y’all teach me rad insider stuff not only about the genre movies I love but the super talented professional ladies you feature who are struggling with their own industry and creative obstacles. A really smart framework for featuring diverse creators. Love the conversations! Would love to see more gender diverse folks on the show as well (I’m non-binary).

So genuine, so informative, so fun

Movies are an essential escape for me, and genre films in particular are an amazing medium to explore social, political, and moral topics. April vibes so well with all her guests, who each bring amazing perspectives and insights, and April’s research on the (sometimes obscure) background of the films brings me life.