[Nightstream] AN UNQUIET GRAVE: Uncanny Grief & Male Control Beyond Death

Sometimes dead is better. Wait—wrong movie.

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“Doors in perpetual resolve”: The Gothic Capitalism of IN FABRIC

The emphasis of comfort and pleasure— only at Dentley and Soper’s department store.

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The Outsider – Episode 3: “Dark Uncle”

Dt. Anderson gets help on the case from Holly Gibney, as well as a potential eerie lead from Terry’s daughter.

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[Brooklyn Horror Film Festival] Uncanny Spaces and Patriotic Faces in 1BR

Move in, they said! The rent is great, they said! Lose your identity, they said!

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Peaky Blinders – Season 5, Episode 2: “Black Cats”

Tommy finds a possible traitor in the family’s midst. That’s got nothing on the gang of Scots after him.

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[Essay] “Waking up, is it?”: Childhood Trauma, Repression, and Freud’s Uncanny in POSSUM

The debut feature from Matthew Holness is a terrifying trip into the trauma of a wounded man.

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“We should have never come to this house”: Freud’s Uncanny & the Modern Gothic in SINISTER

Scott Derrickson’s SINISTER is more than creepy, it’s an unsettling collision of the Gothic past and a modern world.

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“Fear is a place”: SESSION 9’s Gothic Madness in Uncanny Places

Brad Anderson’s SESSION 9 explores our relationship to Gothic places, such as asylums, where Freud’s Uncanny creates a state of dissociation.

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Taking Back the Night with MS. 45: Gendered Fear in City Spaces

Abel Ferrara’s MS. 45 is a brutal exploitation flick about a mute woman who decides to make the city night safe for women again on her own.

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A Dangerous Method: The Unbearable Burden of Knowing Freud and Jung

A Dangerous Method. 2011. Directed by David Cronenberg. Screenplay by Christopher Hampton, based on his play The Talking Cure. Starring Keira Knightley, Viggo Mortensen, Michael Fassbender, Sarah Gadon, & Vincent Cassel. Telefilm Canada/Ontario Media Development Corporation/Corus Entertainment/eOne Films. Rated 14A. 99 minutes. Biography/Drama ★★★★ I’ll say it loud and proud ’till the day I die:Continue reading “A Dangerous Method: The Unbearable Burden of Knowing Freud and Jung”

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