[Fantastic Fest 2021] THERE’S SOMEONE INSIDE YOUR HOUSE: Confronting the Self/Society

Patrick Brice’s slasher is a clever, nasty ride about confronting our own ethics, as well as the ethics of our society.

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INCREDIBLE VIOLENCE: The Thin Violent Capitalist Line Between Horror & Porn

A horror film that eviscerates horror, film making, and the entertainment industry’s exploitation of women.

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The Twilight Zone – SEASON 1 FINALE: “Blurryman”

A writer on the Twilight Zone experiences an existential crisis.

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MUTE WITNESS— Or, The Realities (and Fictions) Women Endure

MUTE WITNESS is an expertly crafted ’90s horror-thriller, and it never once lets go of its grip on the viewer.

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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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In Defence Of & In Love With SCREAM 4

Before Wes Craven passed away, he gave us one last SCREAM. With Kevin Williamson along as screenwriter again, these two leave Ghostface’s legacy full of terror.

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SCREAM 3: One of These Things is Not Like the Other

SCREAM 3 doesn’t match up with the other films in the series. Don’t count it out, though. Craven still brings the horror, with a dash of depravity & a stellar Neve Campbell performance.

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