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For over eight years, film critic and theorist BJ Colangelo offered biting commentary and analyses of the horror genre on her independently run site, Day of the Woman: A Blog for the Feminine Side of Fear. After a nearly two year hiatus and having worked for multiple publications, BJ Colangelo has brought back Day of the Woman as a Patreon exclusive feed.

BJ Colangelo is a decorated writer, having been published in Fangoria Magazine, HorrorHound Magazine, Playboy.com, Blumhouse.com, Birth. Movies. Death., Icons of Fright, Dread Central, Bloody-Disgusting, Bitch Flicks, Hidden Horror 101, When Animals Attack,  and currently works as a journalist with Cleveland Scene Magazine.

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Throughout college and my early twenties, writing for free was something I was able to do. However, in the current economy, that's not something I can afford to do anymore. In 2016, I shut the doors on Day of the Woman for that very reason. Student loan debt and medical bills from pancreatic cancer treatment are expensive, and the time I spend working and writing is valuable. By subscribing to my Patreon, you're allowing me to continue my work of critical analysis of horror films and media; work that has been cited in many academic works and articles that were written without any sort of compensation.
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Public Reader
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Hey, Thanks! For $1 you're given access to all of the public articles, including revisited topics from the early days of Day of the Woman.
Patreon Exclusive Reader
$5 or more per month
For just $5 a month, you'll have access to all of the Patreon exclusive content posted on the site. Every article. Every blog. Every stupid meme I wind up making. Everything. All for the same price as a "not quite footlong" sub sandwich.
Content Controller
$10 or more per month
For $10 a month, you'll get to choose a topic or film that I cover each month. Looking for a modern analysis of a common trope or a defense of a problematic film from yesteryear? You get to choose, and the article will be available for any and all readers.
For over eight years, film critic and theorist BJ Colangelo offered biting commentary and analyses of the horror genre on her independently run site, Day of the Woman: A Blog for the Feminine Side of Fear. After a nearly two year hiatus and having worked for multiple publications, BJ Colangelo has brought back Day of the Woman as a Patreon exclusive feed.

BJ Colangelo is a decorated writer, having been published in Fangoria Magazine, HorrorHound Magazine, Playboy.com, Blumhouse.com, Birth. Movies. Death., Icons of Fright, Dread Central, Bloody-Disgusting, Bitch Flicks, Hidden Horror 101, When Animals Attack,  and currently works as a journalist with Cleveland Scene Magazine.

__________________________

Throughout college and my early twenties, writing for free was something I was able to do. However, in the current economy, that's not something I can afford to do anymore. In 2016, I shut the doors on Day of the Woman for that very reason. Student loan debt and medical bills from pancreatic cancer treatment are expensive, and the time I spend working and writing is valuable. By subscribing to my Patreon, you're allowing me to continue my work of critical analysis of horror films and media; work that has been cited in many academic works and articles that were written without any sort of compensation.

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Tiers
Public Reader
$1 or more per month
Hey, Thanks! For $1 you're given access to all of the public articles, including revisited topics from the early days of Day of the Woman.
Patreon Exclusive Reader
$5 or more per month
For just $5 a month, you'll have access to all of the Patreon exclusive content posted on the site. Every article. Every blog. Every stupid meme I wind up making. Everything. All for the same price as a "not quite footlong" sub sandwich.
Content Controller
$10 or more per month
For $10 a month, you'll get to choose a topic or film that I cover each month. Looking for a modern analysis of a common trope or a defense of a problematic film from yesteryear? You get to choose, and the article will be available for any and all readers.