By Father Gore

Father Gore is first and foremost a passionate lover of film— especially horror. He's also a Master's candidate at Memorial University of Newfoundland with a concentration in postmodern critical theory, currently writing a thesis which will be his debut novel of literary fiction, titled Silence. He also used to write for Film Inquiry frequently during 2016-17 and is currently contributing to Scriptophobic in a column called Serial Killer Celluloid focusing on film adaptations about real life murderers. As of September 2018, Father Gore is an official member of the Online Film Critics Society.

[The Twisted Parallels of Cinema] Edition #7: American Horror Story (Vol. II)

Edition #10 looks at the horror movie visual references in American Horror Story's fifth season ("Hotel") + one from Season 2 ("Asylum").

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Repressed Rural Women and The Horrifying Effects of Medieval Misogyny in HAGAZUSSA

Lukas Feigelfeld's new folk horror film HAGAZUSSA explores one woman's struggle against paranoia, superstition, and religious repression in 15th-century rural Austria.

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