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Top 5 Scary Cartoons From The 90s

Ahhhhh the 90s, surely the best decade of any century? Who knows! But what I do know is, the 1990s were definitely the absolute best years of last century (back off 1960s!). The 90s had a little bit of a … Continue reading

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My Top Five Episodes of Tales of the Unexpected

My childhood is filled with memories of the invoking music of Tales of the Unexpected, but little else remained in my head… until recently There were a few classic episodes that I remembered, but this was only because I had … Continue reading

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The Moth Diaries: Subverting The Role Of The Lesbian Vampire

To celebrate Pride month, Bruna is taking an academic look into how homosexuality is portrayed in horror. In this, her third article on the subject, she takes a look at 2011’s The Moth Diaries, and how it explores the intensity … Continue reading

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Switchblade Romance: relying on dangerous tropes

To celebrate Pride month, Bruna is taking an academic look into how homosexuality is portrayed in horror. In this, her second article on the subject, she explores whether any representation, is good representation? By watching Alexandre Aja’s 2003 feature Switchblade … Continue reading

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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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