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).
Two shorts: one involves a macabre mother-daughter relationship, the other concerns a couple revenge stories occurring at once.
Megan Fox carries TILL DEATH and the horrific trauma it heaps upon women.
Some wolves lurk in the woods; others live among us.
Everybody’s getting hunted down this Halloween. No exceptions.
A neo-Western, without any West, that satirises and eviscerates the male need for revenge.
One tale of a revenge-filled Halloween, and another one about questions of morality + money.
Michihito Fujii ruminates on how capitalism destroys good people, and whether revenge is just or simply salt in a perpetual wound.
Take a ride into the chilling heart of the wounded male ego.
Jordan feels guilt over Eddie, but refuses to stop in his quest for revenge.
The Big Bad Wolves each come up against difficult decisions