List of 5 paranormal horror films that either solidify or challenge sub-genre conventions.
This podcast kicks off the newest series on art house horror! In this episode, I’m talking about the history of giallo cinema and analyzing Sergio Martino’s 1972 film, Your Vice is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key.
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On late ’90s and early ’00s TV horror and centuries-old traditions of superstitions regarding murder.
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A brief explanation of what neoliberalism is, how it developed, and its influence on television horror in the 1980s and 90s.