In this installment, Justin McDevitt examines the themes and subtext of Jill Gevargizian's 2020 horror drama. You'll never forget to tip again!
DAUGHTERS OF DARKNESS is spooky, atmospheric, and simple. It does not attempt to rewrite our entire understanding of vampires, nor does it spread acceptance for queer living. These are just people in a hotel, and this is what they do.
BUTCHER BAKER NIGHTMARE MAKER is a thrilling commentary on Reagan-era homophobia and the hypocrisy of family values that haunts our political and social landscape today.
Haneke's masterpiece is part open letter, part satire, and part indictment of our ongoing obsession with violence and terror.
Armand Weston's gory 1981 haunted house chiller makes up for its dullness with a surprisingly modern attitude towards mental health.