Film critic Gem Seddon explains how motherhood and loss transform the place of women in ‘Annihilation’ and the ‘Alien’ franchise.
Film critic BJ Colangelo delves into the sordid history of breasts in horror to find the subversive heart of the genre beating just beneath.
C.M. Crockford explains why Stuart Gordon’s ‘Dagon’ remains both the most alluring and terrifying adaptation of H.P. Lovecraft’s work.
Gabriela Almeida explains how ‘Handgun’ shifts rape-revenge away from “male fantasies” and strips America’s fetishism around guns.
Wesley Lara explains why Jean-Baptiste Andrea and Fabrice Canepa’s ‘Dead End’ belongs in the inner circle of Christmas horror.
Body horror is an intricate subgenre of horror preying on the innate fear of losing bodily autonomy in an incredibly visceral way. More often than not, the cause of the bodily takeover is not from Earth, allowing for a variety of settings for the horror to unfold. Lily C.A.T—directed by