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Individual film reviews through a feminist gaze

History disappears quickly, an apt observation made in the recently released documentary Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blache — though it’s not so much an untold story as a forgotten one. The film is a tribute to the first female filmmaker and a lesson in the importance of film preservation. Be Natural restores […]

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Horror films are having a moment. The Curse of La Llorona is the most recent studio-released horror film to perform extremely well with audiences, thereby ensuring the industry will continue to release more genre films. Let’s hope in the future they do a far more effective job at telling stories that accurately reflect and respect […]

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The ghastly horrors that befell Sharon Tate in the final moments of her life do not belong in a horror film, and yet that’s where you’ll find them in The Haunting of Sharon Tate, currently out in limited release. Sharon Tate, actress and deceased wife of director Roman Polanski, has always been an iconic but […]

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