[Brooklyn Horror Film Festival] Structures of Misogyny in GIRL ON THE THIRD FLOOR

A house is not a home when there’s nothing but pain inside its walls.

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VENOM: Socialism’s Accidental Super-Antihero

Eddie Brock and his new pal Venom aren’t just a Marvel duo, they represent a lot of our (post)modern-day fears.

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UPGRADE: The Abject Anxieties of Bodies + Technology

Leigh Whannell’s UPGRADE is a kick ass horror thrill ride. It’s also a deep, dark rumination on technological singularity.

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FRONTIER(S): Post-WWII Gothic and Political Invasion of the Body

Xavier Gens delivers a political piece of brutal body horror with FRONTIER(S)

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One of Horror’s Most Underappreciated Sequels – AMITYVILLE II: THE POSSESSION

An underrated sequel that rarely gets its due, and tackles some terrifying ideas with its story.

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Cronenberg’s THE FLY Affirms Alexander Pope: A Little Learning is a Dangerous Thing

Cronenberg and his body horror transform Vincent Price’s original into remake heaven, as man’s reach exceeds his grasp in this nasty modern classic.

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ANTIBIRTH’s Body Horror Is Gross & Nothing More

One woman’s rough night out becomes a somehow even worse nightmare than just an assault, when she discovers she’s pregnant. With… something.

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THE BAY’s Nightmarish Ecological Horror

A found footage, ecological horror, creature feature mash from Barry Levinson; one of the best of the sub-genre in recent years.

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