From Psychological horror

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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[Essay] “Waking up, is it?”: Childhood Trauma, Repression, and Freud’s Uncanny in POSSUM

The debut feature from Matthew Holness is a terrifying trip into the trauma of a wounded man.

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INCIDENT IN A GHOSTLAND: Storytelling Power + Misogynistic Realities

Pascal Laugier's INCIDENT IN A GHOSTLAND works as a brutal horror, and also an examination of storytelling as a means of escape or survival.

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