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    Ripley: Believe it or Not, It's About All That

    When Women and Hollywood asked me if I wanted to do a couple of guest posts on horror movies, I jumped at the chance. Like Kerensa Cadenas mentioned in her introduction to the series, I have an abiding fascination with horror movies and the way they manage to articulate seemingly inarticulable fears...

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    Turning Ash into Mia: Changing the Gender of One of Horror's Most Iconic Characters

    In the past few years, horror films have seen more than their fair share of sequels, remakes and reimaginings. As a genre, it's been particularly hospitable to distinctive, memorable characters, allowing for easy reinvention, as well as an affinity for ending movies with an inconclusive twitch of th...

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    The Horror of Little Girls and Social Anxiety About Women

    Horror films frequently provide commentary on the social fears and anxieties of their time. A universally recognized truth of horror is that children can be terrifying–especially little girls. The fact that images of young girls have continued terrifying audiences through the decades is indicative o...

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    October Horror Series Interview: Emily DiPrimio on Horror, Carver and Directing at 13 Years Old

    At 13, Emily DiPrimio is well on her way to starting a career in the lady-sparse horror genre. She co-wrote and will co-direct, Carver, which just made its Kickstarter goal earlier this month.

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    We are the Weirdos, Mister: Revisiting The Craft

    I was eight years old when The Craft came out in 1996. I remember seeing the VHS on the shelves of the video store for years and then finally picking it out when I was in sixth grade.

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    There's a New "Final Girl" in the House--and She's a Beast: A Review of You're Next

    You're Next is sick, and I mean sick like "disgusting" and sick like "badass" because somewhere in my 34-year-old brain, I'm also 12. (Ed Note: There are some spoilers for You're Next in this review)

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    The Haunting of Hill House and a Sense of Belonging

    "No live organism can continue for long to exist sanely under conditions of absolute reality; even larks and katydids are supposed, by some, to dream. Hill House, not sane, stood by itself against its hills, holding darkness within; it had stood for eighty years and might stand for eighty more."

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    The Lady Killers: Considering the Female Killer in Horror

    In contrast to many other genres, horror films have long been hospitable to the concept of the female hero. From Marion Crane to Laurie Strode, Nancy Thompson to Clarice Starling, many of horror's most iconic protagonists have also been women.

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    "It Reaches the Level of Myth" - An Interview with Kimberly Peirce - Director of Carrie

    Kimberly Peirce is taking a stab at reimagining one of the most iconic horror classics, Carrie, which arguably stars one of the best horror heroines in the genre.

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    Watch: 'Hell No: The Sensible Horror Film' Where Characters Make Smart Decisions

    Does it drive you crazy when characters in horror films make bad decisions? Then you'll love this short film/faux trailer for a non-existent horror film, "Hell No: The Sensible Horror Film" where, for once, characters make smart decisions and don't put their lives in danger for the sake of creating ...

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