A Killer’s Hold on a City in ‘Boston Strangler’
“Boston Strangler” pulls the curtain back on a well-documented historical moment involving significant contributions from women reporters.
A Simple Mix-up has Barbaric Results in ‘Barbarian’
‘Barbarian’ is horror infused with something ridiculous that makes the whole thing entertaining.
How Women Spectatorship in ‘Run Sweetheart Run’ Makes it the Most Relatable Horror Film for Women
‘Run Sweetheart Run’ has everything women fear the most, from psycho boyfriends to tampons.
Asian Horror From 10 Countries You Need To See Before Halloween
Yes, Asia is actually quite a large hub for amazing horror films even to this day, some people just never notice! Well, I’m here to change that. It’s time to not let those words at the bottom of the screen scare you but instead be scared by some of the best horror you never knew about.
Pearl Review – Mia Goth’s Twisted Delusions of Grandeur
While subverting the conventions of Golden Age cinema with the characteristics of a slasher, Pearl studies the delusions of grandeur inspired by the movies.
‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’ Is Easily A New Addition To Modern Slasher Classics
‘Bodies Bodies Bodies’, the latest from indie powerhouse studio A24, is a great time. Full of dark comedy laughs, great performances, and genuine scares, it’s a perfect addition to modern slasher classics.
‘The Sadness’ — An Unapologetic Gore-Fest Making Rounds On Social Media
As a horror buff, I was intrigued by people claiming ‘The Sadness’ was the most disturbing movie they’ve ever seen or to watch with caution. So, I finally put the internet to the test and watched it for myself… to varying results.
5 Cerebral Gore Films Featuring Women: When Slasher Meets Women’s Horror
Haven’t you heard? There’s a new horror subgenre: cerebral gore, that’s probably been around for decades and we’re now just starting to talk about it.
“The Black Phone” – The Ghost Story Cloaked In A Slasher Film
This is a movie that combines a ghost story, revenge tale, and serial killer obsession into a cinematic experience that uses your fears against you.
‘Men’ Disappoints with a Flat Examination of Misogyny
Despite its simple premise, “imagine being a woman,” the horror behind “Men” feels fueled by a hollow understanding of the insidiousness of misogyny.