Pandemics are the worst but digital streaming can stay forever.
I will never stop loving SABRINA but I may have been happier without lackluster Part 4.
Carol J. Clover’s MEN, WOMEN, and CHAINSAWS has some exciting insight into gender in horror! It also highlighted a gap in my horror education that I plan to remedy ASAP.
My Horror resolution is to watch movies directed by women – but I need your help!
We made it all the way through 2020! What better way to celebrate than with an isolation/disease movie that gave me more anxiety than living through an actual pandemic?!?
The first and only zombie film to ever make me cry actual tears is a modern South Korean action horror! AND it has jokes.
My number 3 scare of 2020 has it all: an idyllic setting, a badass heroine, plenty of jokes, and a biting reminder that we should definitely eat the rich.
This unsettling paranormal/psychological scare also has tiny model houses and the creepiest child!
This classic supernatural horror features a murderous urban legend, a satisfying revenge narrative, and mouth bees. What’s not to love?!
The moral of this genre-defining scare: “You are already lost in the woods.” Terrifying.