[Fantasia 2021] “I’m a work in progress!”: Becoming Yourself & Accepting Others in KING KNIGHT

Richard Bates, Jr.’s latest film KING KNIGHT tackles the fabrication of identity with heart and a lot of weird humour.

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[Brooklyn Horror Film Festival] Uncanny Spaces and Patriotic Faces in 1BR

Move in, they said! The rent is great, they said! Lose your identity, they said!

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Chambers – Season 1, Episode 1: “Into the Void”

Sasha’s just another young lady, until her heart gives out. Then she gets a knew one, and life gets strange.

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CAM: This (Postmodern) Woman’s Work

CAM tells the story of a woman divided against other women, divided against herself.

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THE DEN’s Online Horror: Erasing Boundaries + Internet as Physical Space

THE DEN touches a nerve because of how much time we spend in our daily lives attached to screens.

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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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LEATHERFACE: An Iconic Killer’s New Awakening

The prequel to Tobe Hooper’s classic, by French duo Alexandre Bustillo & Julien Maury, turns up new themes in the iconic killer.

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Butter Your POPCORN With Metafiction & Revenge

Popcorn. 1991. Directed by Mark Herrier. Screenplay by Alan Ormsby, from a story by Mitchell Smith. Starring Jill Schoelen, Tom Villard, Dee Wallace, Derek Rydall, Malcolm Danare, Elliott Hurst, Ivette Soler, Freddie Simpson, Kelly Jo Minter, Karen Lorre, Ray Walston, & Tony Roberts. Movie Partners/Trans-Atlantic Pictures Rated R. 91 minutes. Horror/Comedy ★★★1/2 There are manyContinue reading “Butter Your POPCORN With Metafiction & Revenge”

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MULHOLLAND DR: Traumatic Hollywood Real Estate & Deconstructed Memories of Abuse

There is no band.
It is an illusion.

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Brian De Palma’s Sisters is One Hell of a Fractured Psychological Journey

Sisters. 1973. Directed by Brian De Palma. Screenplay by De Palma & Louisa Rose. Starring Margot Kidder, Jennifer Salt, Charles Durning, William Finley, Lisle Wilson, Barnard Hughes, Mary Davenport, & Dolph Sweet. Pressman-Williams/American International Pictures. Rated R. 93 minutes. Horror/Thriller ★★★★1/2 Brian De Palma is a quality filmmaker. That quality hasn’t been kicking around muchContinue reading “Brian De Palma’s Sisters is One Hell of a Fractured Psychological Journey”

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