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Richelle Charkot and Emily Gagne will be selling their horror zine SLICES on February 8 before the MUFF TO screening of Buffy the Vampire Slayer at The Carlton Cinema!

"Pop Up Shop + Photobooth: 8:00 PM
Film: 9:00 PM
Tickets: $10!!!!!!

This February, MUFF celebrates Women in Horror Month once again with a trip back to highschool: the classes, the crushes, the cheerleading, the.... vampires? That’s right—BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER.

Before Sarah Michelle Gellar brought Buffy to life on the small screen, Kristy Swanson was kicking butt on the big screen—directed by Fran Rubel Kuzui—in this 1992 classic. Oh, and BUFFY was Hilary Swank's first film, too!

So, make sure your chicken is funky, your goose is loose, and your stake is pointy, because you’re in for one hell of a ride! Join us in the lobby starting at 8:00 PM for photobooth fun, a vampy playlist, and a vendor pop-up of Toronto women artisans ready to show you what they’ve got! As always, we will have some amazing prizes to give away before the screening, so don’t be late!

Our Mini MUFF selection this month, OLIVIA, comes from local filmmaker and animator Laura Vegys. Laura will be in attendance to introduce this WORLD PREMIERE screening!

Our pop up shop will feature: 

Kim with Cursed4Life

Marla with Gloom Matter

Sara with Sara’s Soaps & Candles

Elize with Elize Frances Art

Richelle & Emily with ‘Slices’ Zine

A big thank you to our MUFF Friends & sponsors of this event: Imagine Cinemas CarltonThe Beguiling Books & ArtThe Candy BarCondom ShackTOA Print & PromoteHeart OnCursed4lifeGloommatterSara's Soaps & Candles, and Brooch Boyfriends. Check back closer to the event for more sponsor announcements.


Our awesome venue and home base, The Carlton, has a fully accessible entrance, snack area (very important), theatres, and toilets. If you have any additional accessibility concerns, please reach out to us in advance of a screening. MUFF is dedicated to creating a welcoming environment for all of our patrons and will do our best to accommodate. You can read more about Imagine Cinema’s Accessibility Plan here:


The MUFF Society is a feminist film series that is based in Toronto, but has seen monthly screenings in New York City and San Francisco as well. We aim to champion women in film both on and off screen by programming films that have awesome female characters and/or have powerhouse female players behind the scenes: female directors, female writers, female editors, etc. We are also an online community which aims to keep conversations about women in film flowing and which supports and promotes other film events and initiatives which are focused on women in film.

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