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Cat People (1942): Exploring Lesbianism Through the Otherness

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In 1942, during the height of monster horror films, Cat People was born. Directed by Jacques Tourneur and produced by Val Lewton, this feature follows the story of Irena Dubrovna (Simone Simon), a Serbian immigrant living in New York City. … Continue reading

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Remembering: Alfred Hitchcock

It’s a universal truth that Alfred Hitchcock is probably the most influential filmmaker in the history of cinema. I absolutely adore his films which, despite how old they are, have never dated. They’re a time capsule of brilliant cinematography. Early … Continue reading

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HAMMER HOUSE OF HORROR TV SERIES – FIVE BEST EPISODES

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Hammer House of Horror is a 1980’s British anthology series. It deals with the normal horror tropes of haunted houses, ghosts, and all manner of weird and supernatural experiences. Each episode is approx. 50 minutes long, with thirteen episodes in … Continue reading

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THE HAUNTING OF BLY MANOR – WHAT’S IN STORE?

With the announcement of Netflix renewing ‘The Haunting Of…’ last month, it brought me so much joy, but also sadness. I admit this because, yes, The Haunting of Hill House was by far one of the best horror series I’ve … Continue reading

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REMEMBERING: TOBE HOOPER

The first film magazine I ever bought featured a piece on a film I’d only heard about in hushed tones as a video nasty. A notorious work dredged from the depths of depraved and diseased minds. I had my first … Continue reading

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