Remaking the slasher Hall of Fame is contentious, but some of the films hold up better than others.
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Author: Peyton Robinson
'Bad Hair' investigates the lengths of various factors that perpetuate Black female oppression.
Dario Argento didn't create the giallo subgenre, but his macabre style made it famous.
Roseanne Liang's film spins a thoughtful feminist narrative...almost.
J Blakeson's film pits con artists against the mob, prompting us to reconsider our associations with the word "crime."
The folk horror subgenre takes a ruthless stab at humanity's hypocrisy.
The influence of 'Psycho' is ever-present, but its sequels still have something to offer in the franchise's canon.