Puar’s latest scholarship delves into issues the disability studies community has yet to explore in depth, making for a challenging and vitally necessary read.
The nights are growing long and moody, and we’re settling in with some of our favorite film noir. Come join us for some hidden gems of a great genre.
Star Trek: Discovery could have done something amazing with race politics. Instead, it’s more of the same.
Masked wrestlers are more than a pop culture genre: They’re a cultural inheritance, and at a time when everything seems terrible, lucha libre films are a refreshing break from the outside world.
As October winds down, it’s time to talk about J-horror.
Global Comment’s resident Heaven’s Gate expert reviews the new Heaven’s Gate podcast from Glynn Washington and gives it high marks.
Why aren’t men more worried about their fathers, sons, and brothers when it comes to misogyny and accountability?
The only thing better than horror…is horror anthologies! E. Young rounds up the best in the biz.
You’re not supposed to root for the bad guy…but sometimes he’s pretty sympathetic.
It’s eerie, atmospheric, and beautiful: The restored cut of Suspiria makes E. Young feel even more connected to the art house film tradition.