Kevin Pontuti’s adaptation of Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s incredible short story captures its dark, Gothic, feminist rage.
What’s a mother to do when her little boy grows into a monster?
Lee Cronin’s film uses Irish folklore in an interesting modern way to tackle issues of motherhood and mental health.
After the loss of her child, a woman gets pregnant again only to worry there is a sinister plot against her and her baby.
The trials and tribulations of motherhood, drenched in sheets of blood and gore.
Plus, Béatrice Dalle: need I say more?
Brett involves himself in the China girl’s case. Meanwhile, Robin meets Puss, with disastrous results.
SHELLEY takes us past the threshold of ROSEMARY’S BABY, helping us discover what Satan’s spawn might do in its infancy.
UNDER THE SHADOW serves as an allegory for the pressure of patriarchy after the Islamic Revolution.
One woman’s rough night out becomes a somehow even worse nightmare than just an assault, when she discovers she’s pregnant. With… something.