[31 Days of Halloween – Day 11] The Bureaucracy & Bourgeois Nightmare of Life/Death in BEETLEJUICE

Day 11 in the 31 Days of Horror chants the forbidden words: Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, BEETLEJUICE!

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The Twilight Zone— SEASON 2 FINALE: “You Might Also Like”

A woman discovers the source of all the materialism controlling her life, and it’s not from Earth.

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“Doors in perpetual resolve”: The Gothic Capitalism of IN FABRIC

The emphasis of comfort and pleasure— only at Dentley and Soper’s department store.

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Slamdance 2019 (Narrative Competition): A GREAT LAMP

Saad Qureshi’s feature film debut explores millennial aimlessness, suffering, and modern friendship with a dose of beautiful surrealism.

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CHILD’S PLAY 2: Capitalism Kills Families and People

Although it’s too similar to the first movie and not as different as the third, CHILD’S PLAY 2 has its genuine slasher moments.

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CHILD’S PLAY 3: An Anti-Capitalist, Anti-Toxic Masculinity Slasher

CHILD’S PLAY 3 is so much more than a bad Chucky movie or a slasher flick about a killer doll.

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FASHIONISTA: Consumerism, Identity, and Mental Health

Simon Rumley’s FASHIONISTA is an allegorical tale of the effects consumerism has on the individual.

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Halloween III: Season of the Witch – Better Than Remembered

Halloween III: Season of the Witch. 1982. Directed & Written by Tommy Lee Wallace. Starring Tom Atkins, Stacey Nelkin, Dan O’Herlihy, Michael Currie, Ralph Strait, Jadeen Barbor, Brad Schacter, Garn Stephens, Nancy Kyes, Jonathan Terry, Al Berry, Wendy Wessberg, Essex Smith, Maidie Norman, John MacBride, and Loyd Catlett. Dino De Laurentiis Company/Universal Pictures. Rated R.Continue reading “Halloween III: Season of the Witch – Better Than Remembered”

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Dawn of the Dead: Consumer Horror

Dawn of the Dead. 1978. Directed & Written by George A. Romero. Starring David Emge, Ken Foree, Scott H. Reiniger, Gaylen Ross, David Crawford, David Early, Richard France, Howard Smith, Daniel Dietrich, Fred Baker, and James A. Baffico. A Laurel Group Production. Rated R. 127 minutes. Horror ★★★★★ George A. Romero started the modern zombie crazeContinue reading “Dawn of the Dead: Consumer Horror”

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