Film critic Wren Crain explains how Don Mancini’s ‘Seed of Chucky’ opened new doors for non-binary representation in horror.
Film critic Nguyen Le explores what makes the American remake of ‘Dark Water’ a fascinating reflection of Western culture.
Film critic Jerry J. Sampson unpacks the complicated web of sex and religion in ‘Thirst,’ Park Chan-wook’s seminal vampire film.
In this essay on ‘Diablo Rojo PTY,’ Mikey P. Jr. explains how Panamanian folklore and the diablo rojo tradition make for great horror.
Scottish film critic Jo Reid explains how murder is used as an allegory for intimacy in Ben Wheatley’s ‘Sightseers.’
Film critic Jamie Alvey explains how 1971 horror classic ‘Let’s Scare Jessica to Death’ helped her understand her own mental illness.