Meg Shields

Meg Shields is the humble farm boy of your dreams and a senior contributor at Film School Rejects. She currently runs three columns at FSR: The Queue, How'd They Do That?, and Horrorscope. She is also a curator for One Perfect Shot and a freelance writer for hire. Meg can be found screaming about John Boorman's 'Excalibur' on Twitter here: @TheWorstNun. (She/Her).
Blade Runner

The Secrets Behind The Eyes of ‘Blade Runner’

By Meg Shields 

The eyes have it. And by “it” we mean well-placed mirrors.

Dogs Don't Wear Pants

‘Dogs Don’t Wear Pants’ and The Marvelous Films We Can’t Recommend To Everyone

By Meg Shields 

For some people, toenail removal scenes are a dealbreaker. For everyone else, there’s the brutal, sweet Finnish BDSM wonder ‘Dogs Don’t Wear Pants.’

Captain Kronos

Hammer Horror’s Under-Seen (Katana-Wielding) Masterpiece

By Meg Shields 

Plus all the horror content coming and going in the world of streaming this month.

Sex Education

Good News: ‘Sex Education: Season 2’ is a Banger

By Meg Shields 

Heartfelt and horned up, ‘Sex Education’ is back with a banging second season.

Daniel Isn't Real

‘Daniel Isn’t Real’ and the Difference Between Demon-izing and Demonizing Mental Health

By Meg Shields 

There’s a big difference between using mental illness as a shorthand for scares and bringing a literal demon to a psychological horror party.

Rewind Best Movie Trailers

The 25 Best Movie Trailers of 2019

By Meg Shields 

From the memorable to the meme-able, here are the trailers that piqued our interest in 2019.

Decade Title Sequences

The 25 Best Opening Credits Sequences of the Decade

By Meg Shields 

You only get one shot at a good first impression.

Decade Animal Performances

The 25 Best Animal Performances of the Decade

By Meg Shields 

W.C. Fields once said “never work with animals,” but that’s probably because he was afraid of them stealing the limelight.

Decade Genre Performances

The 25 Best Genre Performances of the Decade

By Meg Shields 

Genre film has always been flush with show-stealing performances. This past decade was no exception.