[Brooklyn Horror Film Festival] Structures of Misogyny in GIRL ON THE THIRD FLOOR

A house is not a home when there’s nothing but pain inside its walls.

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[Brooklyn Horror Film Festival] IN THE QUARRY: Woman v. Cavemen

A thriller with sharp ideological teeth

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THE FURIES: Fairy Tales, Gore, and Greek Myth Transform the “Final Girl”

Tony D’Aquino’s film cleverly uses fairy tale and Greek myth to turn a slasher flick’s Final Girl into something bigger.

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The Handmaid’s Tale – Season 3, Episode 12: “Sacrifice”

June gets good news, but bad news isn’t long behind. In Canada, Serena forges a life without Fred.

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[Fantasia 2019] Ironclad Women & Bourgeois Criminals in A GOOD WOMAN IS HARD TO FIND

Sarah Bolger gives a fierce performance that subverts the typically patriarchal revenge tale

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The Handmaid’s Tale – Season 3, Episode 9: “Heroic”

June must watch as her walking partner wastes away to nothing but a womb on life support

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Rural Magic Realism and Perpetual Adolescence in KNIVES AND SKIN

Jennifer Reeder uses magic realism to look at social dynamics and gender in a small town in the wake of tragedy

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[Fantasia 2019] “No girl is exempt”: Biblical and Societal Misogyny in DARLIN’

Pollyanna McIntosh tears into the misogyny and sexism of the Roman Catholic Church, as well as society in general.

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[Fantasia 2019] Women and Nature Disrespected in JADE’S ASYLUM

One woman’s struggle becomes the struggle of Mother Nature

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“Children are like glass”: The Terrorism of Heart and Home in OF FATHERS AND SONS

Talal Derki’s intense documentary dives deep into the dark heart of terrorism to explore how radical belief swallows entire bloodlines whole.

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The Handmaid’s Tale – Season 3, Episode 7: “Under His Eye”

June is betrayed by one of her own. Serena and Fred come together again in Washington.

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