DEATH OF ME’s Allegory is Destroyed by Orientalism

A strange, confused film that falls into tired Orientalist tropes the horror genre should’ve long grown out of by 2020.

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THE FURIES: Fairy Tales, Gore, and Greek Myth Transform the “Final Girl”

Tony D’Aquino’s film cleverly uses fairy tale and Greek myth to turn a slasher flick’s Final Girl into something bigger.

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The Twilight Zone – Season 1, Episode 5: “The Wunderkind”

Raff Hanks is a political advisor who’s about to run a child for POTUS. Because art imitates life.

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THE SERPENT AND THE RAINBOW: Wes Craven’s Political Zombies

THE SERPENT AND THE RAINBOW proves Wes Craven was as political as any of his contemporaries while remaining totally horrific

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OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN: The Rat Race’s Modern Destruction

George P. Cosmatos uses OF UNKNOWN ORIGIN to explore the effects of a capitalist rat race on the individual and their family

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Ghoul – Episode 3: “Reveal Their Guilt, Eat Their Flesh”

A Ghul has taken over Meghdoot 31, wreaking havoc against the interrogators. Nida gets to the truth of its summoning.

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The Repression of Woman in WILDLING

WILDLING is a story of fantastical creatures, as much as it’s about repressed sexuality in young women + patriarchal control across society.

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