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TO DYE FOR!

TO DYE FOR!

By To Dye For
Deep dive behind the seams into the world of horror, history, and costume design with Jolene Marie Richardson and Emma Cogan, two costume designers working in the horror genre, as they uncover, analyze, and understand your favorite horror icons, films, and the genre at large- through the costume lens.
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Welcome to TO DYE FOR! | An Introductory Episode

TO DYE FOR!

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Fangoria Chainsaw Awards
This week while Emma is away Jolene is joined by her partner George again to discuss all the Best Costume Design nominee's for this years upcoming Chainsaw Awards.  You can watch the awards live on Shudder on Sunday May 15th at 7pm EST and pre show at 6pm EST https://www.fangoria.com/original/join-us-fangoria-2022-chainsaw-awards-pre-show/ Follow the podcast! Twitter:@DyePodcast Instagram: @ToDyeForPodcast For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: @JennPinkosDesigns Music by CJ Dunaieff
44:14
May 14, 2022
Interview with Jolene Marie Richardson (Costume Designer/ Fashion Historian)
This week on the podcast we are continuing with our TDF on TDF min-series! This time around it's Emma's turn to interview Jolene. Talking all things design, what truly scared Jolene as a small child (hint it was not the bogyman), and Jolene's ideal horror film to costume!  Follow the podcast! Twitter:@DyePodcast Instagram: @ToDyeForPodcast For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: @JennPinkosDesigns Music by CJ Dunaieff
43:10
April 26, 2022
Interview with Emma Cogan (Director/Costume Designer)
For our season two opener Jolene and Emma are kicking things off by interviewing each other. This week Jolene interviews Emma about all things design, how she got into the business, what her inspirations are, and even her favorite films! Plus a healthy dose of matzo talk!  Follow the podcast! Twitter:@DyePodcast Instagram: @ToDyeForPodcast For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: @JennPinkosDesigns Music by CJ Dunaieff
40:06
April 12, 2022
One Year of To Dye For! A Season 1 Finale Celebration
This week on the podcast Jolene and Emma celebrate their one year anniversary of the podcast by diving into their favorite releases of 2021, and their favorite new to them films they discovered this past year. Reflecting back on moments that they loved the most, while looking to the future of the pod! Happy end of season one y'all!!  Follow the podcast! Twitter:@DyePodcast Instagram: @ToDyeForPodcast For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: @JennPinkosDesigns Music by CJ Dunaieff
01:23:25
March 26, 2022
In Conversation with Costume Designer Eulyn C. Hufkie (The Walking Dead, Bingo Hell)
Another women's history month episode! This week on the podcast for the ladies sit down with Costume Designer and Fangoria Chainsaw Award Nominee Eulyn C. Hufkie. Eulyn's work includes the nominated Bingo Hell, AMC's The Walking Dead, Evil Eye, Hellfest, and more! We chat about her nomination, her work as an ager/dyer on TWD plus tips and tricks for designers. You can follow Eulyn on her Instagram   Vote now for The Fangoria Chainsaw Awards (till March 31st) Follow the podcast!  Follow Eulyn!  IG: @eulyncollettehufkie Twitter:@DyePodcast Instagram: @ToDyeForPodcast For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: @JennPinkosDesigns Music by CJ Dunaieff
01:15:31
March 22, 2022
Celebrating Women in Horror: Cat People feat. Kay Lynch
This month we are celebrating Women in Horror History (...as per usual!) with some of our favorite women in the community. On this week's episode, Emma and Jolene are joined by the amazing Kay Lynch, founder of Salem Horror Fest. Diving into the 1942 Val Lewton Picture, Cat People.  Follow Kay  Twitter @Videocoven @Salemhorrorfest Follow the podcast! Twitter:@DyePodcast Instagram: @ToDyeForPodcast For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: @JennPinkosDesigns Music by CJ Dunaieff
01:12:11
March 08, 2022
A Brief History of Hammer Horror and What Makes a Hammer Girl
This week on the Pod Jolene and Emma take you through a brief history of Hammer horror, the famous English movie studio from the 50's that made color adaptations of classic gothic horror. Find our what defined the "Hammer Girl" and the historial context with which these films were made!  Follow the podcast! Twitter: https://twitter.com/DyePodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/todyeforpodcast/ For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennpinkosdesigns/ Music by CJ Dunaieff
01:01:36
February 15, 2022
The Scream Legacy Pt. 2 feat. Bradley Ryan of Scream Queen Shop
This week Emma and Jolene are joined by designer and owner of Scream Queen Shop Bradley Ryan! We're continuing our dive into the Scream franchise talking about Scream 3 and 4. Plus, of course, everything we owned and wore in 2011.  Follow the podcast! Twitter: https://twitter.com/DyePodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/todyeforpodcast/ For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennpinkosdesigns/ Music by CJ Dunaieff
01:48:48
February 01, 2022
The Scream Legacy Pt. 1
On this episode of To Dye For, Emma and Jolene are reunited at last to chat all about SCREAM in the first part of a double episode extravaganza. Part 1 dives deep into Scream (1996) and Scream 2 (1997), the history of the Ghostface mask, how design is intricately connected to the plot of the film, all the easter eggs we could find, Timothy Olyphant being hot, and a behind-the-seams look into how the look of the film was conceptualized.  Stay tuned for Part 2, coming next week, where we dissect how the films and their design have evolved through the years, covering all things Scream 3 and 4, plus a no-spoilers take on the latest 2022 installment with special guest and Scream super-fan Bradley Ryan! Follow the podcast! Twitter: https://twitter.com/DyePodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/todyeforpodcast/ For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennpinkosdesigns/ Music by CJ Dunaieff
01:34:27
January 25, 2022
Black Christmas feat. Marcus Slabine
While Emma's busy prepping for her shoot Jolene sits down with writer director Marcus Slabine to chat about their favorite Christmas classing Black Christmas!  Follow the podcast! Twitter: https://twitter.com/DyePodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/todyeforpodcast/ For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennpinkosdesigns/ Music by CJ Dunaieff
01:19:36
December 11, 2021
The New Era of Nic Cage feat. George
This month while Emma is busy prepping Baby Fever, Jolene sat down with her partner George to talk the newest wave of Nic Cage films. How these designs are so effective and what makes his films instant cult classics.  Follow the podcast! Twitter: https://twitter.com/DyePodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/todyeforpodcast/ For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennpinkosdesigns/ Music by CJ Dunaieff
01:01:46
November 30, 2021
Hitchcock Classics: The 39 Steps (1935) and Rebecca (1940)
It's October and Emma and Jolene are back discussing two of Hitchcock's earlier films. Decoding texture and the London fog, join us as we tackle 1935's The 39 Steps  and 1940's Rebecca.  Follow the podcast! Twitter: https://twitter.com/DyePodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/todyeforpodcast/ For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennpinkosdesigns/ Music by CJ Dunaieff
01:25:53
October 23, 2021
Uterus Horror, Carrie (1976), and The Brood (1979) feat. Molly Henery
This week on the pod, Jolene and Emma talk with Uterus Horror expert Molly Henery on two 1970's classics, Carrie and The Brood. They discuss the difference between uterus horror and womb horror, the monstrous feminine, the mother matron trope, and what makes these 2 films in particular unique stories about a woman's experience and how they differ from other films of their time and subgenre.  Follow the podcast! Twitter: https://twitter.com/DyePodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/todyeforpodcast/ For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennpinkosdesigns/ Music by CJ Dunaieff
01:19:29
August 14, 2021
Summer Camp Slashers
In the thick of summer, this month Jolene and Emma are diving into our favorite summer camp slashers! What makes nostalgia so prevalent and why we keep coming back year after year.   Follow the podcast! Twitter: https://twitter.com/DyePodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/todyeforpodcast/ For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennpinkosdesigns/ Music by CJ Dunaieff
01:10:20
July 24, 2021
Gender Identity in Horror Pt. 2 (feat. Harmony M. Colangelo and Alice Maio Mackay)
This week on the podcast Jolene and Emma pick back up with their discussion of gender and queer identity. Speaking from 1980's through present day, about how queer identity was shown in the era of Regan, the harmful image of queer as the villian, and the future of queer characters in horror. Follow the podcast! Twitter: https://twitter.com/DyePodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/todyeforpodcast/ For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennpinkosdesigns/ Music by CJ Dunaieff
02:22:48
June 26, 2021
Gender Identity & Queer Code in Horror Pt. 1
In this episode Jolene and Emma take a look at how gender identity and queer coding was used in horror from 1930-1979. How dress was used in ways to signify characters as queer, and whether the devices these film makers used was harmful or helpful to the LGBTQ Community.  Follow the podcast! Twitter: https://twitter.com/DyePodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/todyeforpodcast/ For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennpinkosdesigns/ Music by CJ Dunaieff
01:49:54
June 12, 2021
From Stage to Screen: Horror Musicals with Jenn Pinkos
This week on the podcast while Emma is away, Jolene is joined by costume designer and To Dye For's own logo designer Jenn Pinkos. They chat all things horror musicals! How designing to theatre is different from film, what it takes to put up a show on Broadway, and why is Repo! the Genetic Opera so emo.  Follow the podcast! Twitter: https://twitter.com/DyePodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/todyeforpodcast/ For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennpinkosdesigns/ Music by CJ Dunaieff
01:50:10
May 29, 2021
Costuming Tales from the Hood (1995) with Tracey A. White
This week on the podcast, Jolene and Emma sat down with Tales From the Hood Costume Designer Tracey A. White. Talking all things Tales, the behind the scenes of costuming, and the difference between designing for TV and Film.  Follow the podcast! Twitter: https://twitter.com/DyePodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/todyeforpodcast/ For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennpinkosdesigns/ Music by CJ Dunaieff
01:40:23
May 08, 2021
Slaxx (2019) and The Horrors of Fast Fashion
This week on the podcast, in honor of Earth Month, Jolene and Emma talk about Elza Kephart's 2019 film Slaxx, and how this film brings to light the real life horrors of "fast fashion", the environmental impacts of the fashion industry at large, and how we, as filmmakers and costume designers, can make the film industry more sustainable too!  Follow the podcast! Twitter: https://twitter.com/DyePodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/todyeforpodcast/ For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennpinkosdesigns/ Music by CJ Dunaieff Links to organizations and resources fighting for sustainable fashion: Re/Make Traid Solidaridad CSF
01:33:02
April 24, 2021
Minisode: A Brief History of Cosplay and Identifying with Characters
In this month's minisode, Emma and Jolene dip their toes in water with the history of cosplay- and how it has helped shaped the identity of its wearers, bringing gender identity and self-expression norms into the mainstream. Discover what makes this community so accepting, and why so many people have found joy in going to conventions as their favorite characters. Follow the podcast! Twitter: https://twitter.com/DyePodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/todyeforpodcast/ For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at ToDyeForPodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennpinkosdesigns/ Music by CJ Dunaieff
46:11
April 10, 2021
The Gruesome Foursome
This month, Emma and Jolene are talking about the big four icons of horror, and how their legacy has shaped their costumes through sequels and beyond! Jolene shares an interesting Oscar Wilde comparison when it comes to the masked killer, poses conversations around gender identity and Leatherface, and tells the tale of a wholesome (and insightful!) Joe Bob Briggs anecdote. Emma dives deep into Pamela Voorhees’ sweater, discusses villainized ableism, and breaks down her theory around the color symbolism in Freddy Krueger’s costuming. Link to the designers talked about: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IU7Cos8dn9I6rC-yoyKQTG2kz8T0mGbK/view?usp=drivesdk  Follow the podcast!  Twitter: https://twitter.com/dyepodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/todyeforpodcast/  For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at todyeforpodcast@gmail.com  Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennpinkosdesigns/  Music by CJ Dunaieff
02:33:49
March 27, 2021
Welcome to TO DYE FOR! | An Introductory Episode
Welcome to To Dye For! A podcast where we deep dive behind the seams of horror, history, and costume design- to uncover, analyze, and understand our favorite horror characters, ourselves, and genre film at large. On this episode, get acquainted with your hosts, Emma Cogan and Jolene Marie Richardson, two costume designers who share a passion for horror- and snag a sneak peek into the future of To Dye For! Follow the podcast! Twitter: https://twitter.com/dyepodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/todyeforpodcast/ For more information, questions, or inquiries please email us at todyeforpodcast@gmail.com Logo and art design by Jenn Pinkos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jennpinkosdesigns/ Music by CJ Dunaieff
15:42
March 21, 2021