A heavy dose of Father Gore's favourite films released in 2019
Tag: Shirley Jackson
“Pretty sight, a lady with a book”: Otherness & Gothic Patriarchy in WE HAVE ALWAYS LIVED IN THE CASTLE
Stacie Passon adapts Shirley Jackson with a faithful, powerful retelling that continues to resonate with the social climate of today.
Chilling Adventures of Sabrina – Chapter Sixteen: “Blackwood”
On the eve of Faustus and Zelda's wedding, they receive the Anti-Pope. Sabrina tries to use this to her advantage.
The Haunting of Hill House – Season 1, Episode 10: “Silence Lay Steadily”
Hugh and his children face Hill House, one final time.
The Haunting of Hill House – Season 1, Episode 6: “Two Storms”
Hugh arrives at the funeral home where his children are waiting on a dark, stormy night.
The Haunting of Hill House – Season 1, Episode 2: “Open Casket”
In the wake of Nell's suicide, Shirley struggles with memories of her childhood, specifically those of her mother.
The Haunting of Hill House – Season 1, Episode 1: “Steven Sees a Ghost”
The Crain family experienced terrible tragedy at Hill House. Now, some of them are going back, whether they like it or not.
Psychological Trauma in The Haunting
The Haunting. 1963. Directed by Robert Wise. Screenplay by Nelson Gidding; based on the novel The Haunting of Hill House by Shirley Jackson. Starring Julie Harris, Claire Bloom, Richard Johnson, and Russ Tamblyn. Argyle Enterprises. Rated G. 112 minutes (Black & White). Horror ★★★★★ Whatever the equivalent of a Renaissance Man in film, it certainly …
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