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Misogyny of the Past & of the Future in Christopher Smith’s CONSECRATION
Christopher Smith's latest horror dives into Catholic horror and the hauntings of history.
THE OUTWATERS: A Gruesome Trip Through Flesh, Space, & Time
Robbie Banfitch's film takes a trip through time and space, specifically American history, with gruesome results.
Queer Bodies/Love Surviving Patriarchal Pressure in ATTACHMENT
Two lesbians fall in love, but one of them is gripped by something sinister, turning love at first sight into a struggle for survival.
HOLY SPIDER: Confronting the Symptoms of Misogynistic Societies from East to West
Ali Abbasi's HOLY SPIDER tackles the misogyny of society, in Iran and elsewhere.
MEN & The Historical Weight of Misogyny
Alex Garland's MEN is a masterpiece about historical misogyny and its ramifications on women today.
The Gothicism of Ageing, Death, & Love in VORTEX
Noé's latest film is perhaps his greatest, and it's a fascinating Gothic portrait of an ageing couple nearing the end of their lives.
A WOUNDED FAWN: Greek Mythological Revenge Meets a Horrible Man
A Wounded Fawn dives headlong into Greek myth to torture a terrible man's mind and body.
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