The newest film from Larry Fessenden is a fresh take on Mary Shelley's Frankenstein that takes aim at our violent patriarchal culture.
Megan Griffiths delivers a powerful, subtle gut punch to America's blind military worship with SADIE.
Sabrina's called by an Infernal Summons to answer for not accepting the Dark Baptism.
CURTAINS portrays the horrific industry in which actresses must fight against one another to get roles— to the point of bloody murder!
James Foley's 1996 film FEAR is an example of the damage men do when they treat women and girls like property.
WILDLING is a story of fantastical creatures, as much as it's about repressed sexuality in young women + patriarchal control across society.
Kai continues his ascent, by murderous means. Even if that involves killing his own.
Kai's challenged for city council. Then he's shot. By Ally? Or was it someone else?
After Election Night, Kai begins recruiting people he perceives as down, out, and full of rage.
A punishment is handed down for Janine. At the same time, June discovers she's pregnant, complicating her situation.
Janine must fully relinquish her child to the Putnams. But it's not so easy. Meanwhile, June takes on a mission for Mayday.
While Serena is away, Commander Waterford takes Offred on a night out, where she finds a familiar face.