The 31 Days of Halloween keeps rolling with I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE (1978) and its feminist legacy of castration.
Kevin Pontuti’s adaptation of Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s incredible short story captures its dark, Gothic, feminist rage.
Subvert the male gaze and smash the patriarchy: Jazzberry has arrived!
The first slate of shorts we’re covering from Nightstream are all LGBTQ stories to haunt and excite you.
Sabrina Spellman must decide whether to join the Church of Night as a witch or embrace her humanity.
Kai continues his ascent, by murderous means. Even if that involves killing his own.
More of the illegal surrogacy comes to light, as Robin and Pyke get closer, and Mary drifts further towards danger.
Robin and Mary finally meet.
DNA matches come back in the case of China girl, but they’re confusing.
Dt. Robin Griffin has moved on since last we saw her. Nowadays she’s single, celibate, and having terrifying nightmares.
Then a body in a suitcase washes up onshore.
Jason Banker and Amy Everson rightfully make misogynists uncomfortable with this dark, vivid look at the psychological effects of rape on women.