Ali Abbasi’s HOLY SPIDER tackles the misogyny of society, in Iran and elsewhere.
Alex Garland’s MEN is a masterpiece about historical misogyny and its ramifications on women today.
A Wounded Fawn dives headlong into Greek myth to torture a terrible man’s mind and body.
A woman is inducted into the ways of the witch, and the cruel ways of men.
Another day in the 31 Days of Halloween, this time looking into the interesting HOSTEL: PART II, a sequel with things to say about its predecessor and about men.
Day 13 in the 31 Days of Halloween examines PRIMAL (2010), which features a bunch of white folks messing around where they shouldn’t, and a lot of patriarchy.
Day 9 in the 31 Days of Halloween goes over DR. GIGGLES and the Freudian trauma, as well as the misogyny, at its core.
31 Days of Halloween Day 8 tackles the Fear Street trilogy, which explores how historical violence becomes perpetual contemporary violence.
31 Days of Halloween moving right along with Day 6, looking at READY OR NOT.
Day 5 of 31 Days of Halloween keeps on trucking with Eli Roth’s HOSTEL, a film meant to critique Americans but one that ends up very, very messy.
The 31 Days of Halloween keeps rolling with I SPIT ON YOUR GRAVE (1978) and its feminist legacy of castration.
31 Days of Halloween continues on Day 2 with a look at Takashi Miike’s horrific AUDITION (1999).