Hello! I have, and I like it. Since you’ve asked, I assume you enjoyed it? For those who’ve never seen this adaptation, it’s not what I suppose you might think of as a “conventional” production. Released in 2011, it is in black and white and has more than a bit of the “old time” (pronounced in my … Continue reading Sorry if you’ve already answered this, but have you seen the HP Lovecraft Historical Society’s adaptation of Whisperer in the Darkness?
I recently received an Anon request for an updated/non-hyperlinked version of the “Horror Movies Written and/or Directed by Women” list that I shared back in March. [Here’s the original. Right-click/new tab to open] I decided to update the list before exporting the data, so below is the current version. This list is not exhaustive, by any means; I’ll … Continue reading
What’s the Ethical Limit of a Boundary-Pushing Haunted House? Ask Scare Expert Margee Kerr
incurablenecromantic: Her sociology background and intimate knowledge of fear have led to an (only initially counterintuitive) focus on well-being that is, in fact, fairly unique. ScareHouse (along with Terror Behind the Walls at the Eastern State Penitentiary) is one of a handful of haunted house attractions that have pledged to never depict scenes of sexual … Continue reading What’s the Ethical Limit of a Boundary-Pushing Haunted House? Ask Scare Expert Margee Kerr
Horror Movies Written and/or Directed by Women
Resource List American Mary 2012 Written and directed by Jen and Sylvia Soska The Babadook 2014 Written and directed by Jennifer Kent American Psycho 2000 Directed by Mary Harron; co-written by Mary Harron and Guinevere Turner Silent House 2011 Co-directed by Chris Kentis and Laura Lau; written by Laura Lau Pet Sematary 1989 Directed by … Continue reading Horror Movies Written and/or Directed by Women
Medieval Bestiary : The History of Reynard the Fox
lefthandlilith: Sly, selfish, charismatic, and clever, Reynard the Fox is known to get himself into trouble and piss off all the other animals, but always manages to talk his way out of paying for his misdeeds with a quick tongue. While Reynard isn’t considered a god, you will quickly notice that his characteristics remind one … Continue reading Medieval Bestiary : The History of Reynard the Fox
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