[31 Days of Halloween – Day 8] Netflix’s FEAR STREET Trilogy: Contemporary Vengeance for Historical Violence

31 Days of Halloween Day 8 tackles the Fear Street trilogy, which explores how historical violence becomes perpetual contemporary violence.

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[31 Days of Halloween – Day 7] COMBAT SHOCK: The Social Decay & PTSD of Post-Vietnam America

Day 7 in the 31 Days of Halloween falls on dark times with COMBAT SHOCK (1984), a horrific, traumatic look at American PTSD after the Vietnam War.

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[31 Days of Halloween – Day 5] HOSTEL’s American Masculinity & Xenophobia

Day 5 of 31 Days of Halloween keeps on trucking with Eli Roth’s HOSTEL, a film meant to critique Americans but one that ends up very, very messy.

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[Fantastic Fest 2021] Destructive Privatisation of Nature & Soul in LUZIFER

Peter Brunner’s LUZIFER explores the privatisation and destruction of nature, alongside the spiritual privatisation and destruction of a mother’s son.

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[Fantastic Fest 2021] THERE’S SOMEONE INSIDE YOUR HOUSE: Confronting the Self/Society

Patrick Brice’s slasher is a clever, nasty ride about confronting our own ethics, as well as the ethics of our society.

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