“We’ve all got our car payments”: What We Lose for Money in DREAMLAND

I saved the world today. Everybody’s happy now.

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INCREDIBLE VIOLENCE: The Thin Violent Capitalist Line Between Horror & Porn

A horror film that eviscerates horror, film making, and the entertainment industry’s exploitation of women.

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Modern Loneliness and Violent Female Competition in HOMEWRECKER

Precious Chong and Alex Essoe go head-to-head in a dark satire of gender roles and postmodern loneliness.

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The Horrors of Class Struggle and Neoliberal Depravity in SATANIC PANIC

Chelsea Stardust uses Satanic horror as a vessel for capitalist satire in her latest film

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TYREL: Relative Terror in Black/White

TYREL explores how seemingly harmless behaviour, to white people, is not always so for people of colour.

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The Horrors of Homelessness in STREET TRASH

STREET TRASH is just a B-movie with nothing to say. Or, maybe it says a lot of things about NYC in the 1980s. Maybe?

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Happy! – Season 1, Episode 8: “I Am the Future”

Happy and Nick find clues to taking them further towards Hailey, finding terrifying things at the end of their journey.

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Happy! – Season 1, Episode 5: “Hot Sauce? White Sauce?”

Nick goes to see Amanda. Meredith receives a message from Blue. Smoothie meets Hailey and the other children.

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Happy! – Season 1, Episode 4: “Year of the Horse”

Amanda continues her investigation with Dt. McCarthy. Nick and Happy track down info in Chinatown.

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Happy! – Season 1, Episode 3: “When Christmas Was Christmas”

Nick and Happy keep up their search. Amanda gets proactive in finding her daughter.

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Happy! – Season 1, Episode 2: “What Smiles Are For”

Nick wants to leave the city, get away. But Happy needs to convince him otherwise.

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Happy! – Season 1, Episode 1: “Saint Nick”

Former cop, current hitman Nick Sax winds up in the hospital, pursued by the mob, and a little girl’s imaginary friend – a blue, flying unicorn named Happy.

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