Growing up is difficult for most. Learning who you are, what influences you, and nurture versus nature all factor in developing as a human being. When family secrets and dysfunction come into play, the “coming of age” process becomes much more complicated. Julia Ducournau’s film Raw takes these factors with a female perspective, creating a... Continue Reading →
Refreshingly Terrifying Marianne
French horror has always pushed the envelope with extreme terror, and Netflix has thrown its hat in the ring with its own contribution to the genre. This time though, we get some old-fashioned supernatural scares and imagery that will stay with you into the wee hours of the night with the series Marianne. Emma Larsimon... Continue Reading →
Book Review: Films of the New French Extremity: Visceral Horror and National Identity
Scholars and journalists Alexandra West and Andrea Subissati, hosts of the Faculty of Horror podcast, focus on in-depth analysis of the horror genre with a feminist approach that would sway the staunchest naysayer. With their knowledge and background, it's no surprise that West has recently written a book entitled Films of the New French Extremity: Visceral Horror and National... Continue Reading →
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