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Daily Archives: October 29, 2016

It’s Halloween, and unless your plans involve going to parties in costume, carving jack-o-lanterns, handing out candy, or playing tricks, the celebration also requires horror film marathons. Why not add some cackles of comedy to your bloodcurdling screams? The following list consists of horror comedies from the last four decades. Some are classics, some from the turn of the century… Read more »

29 October 2016 | Features, Film Lists

Words and concepts like magic and witchcraft, for a long time, were just cheap excuses to vilify and condemn strong women. Not only fictional narratives repeated old, tired archetypes about wicked witches with pointy noses and nefarious intentions, but they failed to explore the spiritual empowerment and actual strength these magical women are supposed to have. As Halloween draws near,… Read more »

29 October 2016 | Features, Film Lists

“No one makes movies like [Cronenberg].” – Martin Scorsese   Long live the new flesh! Part aphrodisiac and part body horror hallucination, Videodrome is a sensual, shocking, and scary tour de force from Canadian iconoclast David Cronenberg. Embellishing and protracting his persistent interests in viral transference and the body as a collective and biological theater of war, Videodrome is Cronenberg’s… Read more »

29 October 2016 | Features, Reviews