Despite a big budget, juicy spectacle, and A-list leads, Death Becomes Her ended up fizzling on its 1992 release. But this deliciously deranged dark comedy eventually found redemption in the embrace of the queer community, who have insured its legacy.
(…) Madeline and Helen are evil, vengeful bitches—but they’re also bold, ambitious and demanding. In that sense they’ve spoken to women— queer or not—who’ve felt confined by the “likable” heroines of film and television.
Kristy Puchko / Vanity Fair
Please note: the film will be screened with live commentary by the All Female Panel comedians (in Finnish)!