Lawyer and horror journalist Lindsay Traves revisits her ‘Friday the 13th’ legal guide in light of the recent court decision.
Film critic Gem Seddon explains how motherhood and loss transform the place of women in ‘Annihilation’ and the ‘Alien’ franchise.
In her latest Uterus Horror column, Molly Henery explains how Michael Dougherty’s ‘Trick ‘r Treat’ finds teeth in sexual awakening.
Film critic BJ Colangelo delves into the sordid history of breasts in horror to find the subversive heart of the genre beating just beneath.
Jenn Adams joins the Certified Forgotten podcast to discuss Jacqueline Wright’s ‘Eat Me,’ a challenging and cathartic rape-revenge film.
C.M. Crockford explains why Stuart Gordon’s ‘Dagon’ remains both the most alluring and terrifying adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s work.
In her latest Uterus Horror column, Molly Henery compares the depiction of sex in both the 1942 and 1982 versions of ‘Cat People.’