McKee and Ketchum’s The Woman: A Brutally Poignant Microcosm of Misogyny

THE WOMAN explores the roots of misogyny in our society, as well as in our families.

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The Lost: Constructions of Masculinity Gone Wrong

The Lost. 2006. Directed & Written by Chris Sivertson; based on the novel by Jack Ketchum. Starring Marc Senter, Shay Astar, Alex Frost, Megan Henning, Robin Sydney, Michael Bowen, Ed Lauter, Dee Wallace, Erin Brown, Ruby Larocca, Tom Ayers, Tony Carreiro, Katie Cassidy, Cynthia Cervini, & Rob Elk. Silver Web Productions. Unrated. 119 minutes. Crime/Drama/HorrorContinue reading “The Lost: Constructions of Masculinity Gone Wrong”

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More Disturbing Halloween Horror: Blood, Guts, Skulls and Stuff

With a list for the disturbed, one for zombies/living dead/infected, a 31-day map of horror and even a list for Halloween-ers who aren’t horror fans, I’ve come to one with a special disturbing dedication: blood and gore and uncomfortable pains! While the other disturbing list is a bunch of general unsettling movies, this one isContinue reading “More Disturbing Halloween Horror: Blood, Guts, Skulls and Stuff”

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